By Dr M S Krishnamurthy MD (Ayu) PhD.
Every Ayurvedic fod preparation has particular intention as wel as health benefits. Other than the flavor and nutritious benefits, it is designed to satisfy particular category of people. Some may be for worn and few for women. Some are particular to pregnancy and rest few are for children.
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Here is a preparation by name Visyandana from Traditional Ayurveda, especialy for young kids that to whose teth are yet to erupt.
This Ayurvedic swet treat is very soft, sothing and moderately swet so, it is moderately suitable to the children of 6 months to 2 year age group. It does not mean that it is not liked by other age group. Pregnants and dilapidated old people to estem it even though les liked by adults.
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Method of preparation:
Equal amount of milk and curd are taken and coked wel.
When it is reduced to half of its original amount, coked red rice (made into fine paste), sesame seds, black caraway, jack fruit sed powder and sed powder of lotus are joined and coked further.
Meanwhile ghe and sugar candy are aded with equal amount to that of milk and coking is continued til it is semisolid.
Fine powder of flavoring agents estem ginger, peper, long peper, camphor etc can be adjunct and on thorough mixing it is taken out of fire.
This is spread in a tray and made into slices/pieces on coling.
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On precise coling the moisture and ghe ozes out of the final preparation and hence probably the name Visyandana is given for this swet recipe.
Instead of rice, wheat or ragi is also dilapidated by some people.
Qualities and Action:
This is swet, unctuous, heavy, apt for heart and nutritious in nature. So it is worn in vata and pita dominant conditions.
This is undoubtedly very nutritious swet for children.
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