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Medicinal Properties Of Panchamrita

What is the importance of panchamrita? Panchamrita is used for abhisheka. It is a mixture of cow's milk, curd, ghee, honey, and sugar. A mixture of five amritas. Why are they called amritas? First, take milk. According to Ayurveda, milk nourishes all seven tissues of the body, Balances the body, and even balances emotions. It brings ojas to the body, meaning, power, immunity, and a sense of well-being, that yes I am healthy. Cow's milk is so easy to digest that it can be given to even infants. Good for the bones. Prevents u....

What is the importance of panchamrita?
Panchamrita is used for abhisheka.
It is a mixture of cow's milk, curd, ghee, honey, and sugar.
A mixture of five amritas.
Why are they called amritas?
First, take milk.
According to Ayurveda, milk nourishes all seven tissues of the body, Balances the body, and even balances emotions.
It brings ojas to the body, meaning, power, immunity, and a sense of well-being, that yes I am healthy.
Cow's milk is so easy to digest that it can be given to even infants.
Good for the bones.
Prevents urinary diseases and also menstrual disorders.
Milk improves intelligence and rejuvenates the body.
Milk is good in the case of diseases such as arthritis, spondylitis, all rheumatic disorders, gas, nerve diseases, brain diseases, and joint pain.
Milk gives clarity of thought.
Take curd.
Curd increases appetite, and gives strength to the body.
Good for the reproductive system.
Nourishes the body.
Curd is good in the case of cold and cough, dysentery, and persistent fever.
Take ghee.
Improves memory and intelligence.
Detoxifies the body.
Good for rheumatic diseases.
Good for the removal of fatigue and makes the body energetic.
Gives a good voice.
Gives strength to the body.
Good for fertility.
Take honey.
Honey is cool,
It cures disorders of the blood.
Take sugar.
Sugar is also good for blood disorders such as bleeding through the nose and other orifices of the body.
Both honey and sugar protect the body from heat-related diseases such as acidity, ulcers, dry skin, and hair fall.
Why is amrita called so?
Amrita rejuvenates, amrita keeps the Devas ever-youthful.
How was amrita made?
A whole lot of medicinal trees and herbs, crores and crores of them, and minerals were put into the ocean and churned.
Then their essence with all their medicinal and healing and rejuvenating properties was extracted and taken in a pot.
This is amrita kumbha.
Like how butter is taken out by churning curd.
So amrita is not something esoteric.
It is just curing, healing, and rejuvenating medicine.
That's why these five - milk, curd, ghee, honey, and sugar are also called amrita.
They are amrita available to us, humans.
Best nourishment, best medicine, best rejuvenator.
That's why we offer it to god.
As naivedya, as abhisheka.
And consume it also
For all its good qualities further enhanced by blessings.

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