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Is lemon+amla+honey juice good?
Is lemon+amla+honey juice good? Does lemon increases the cold? Does amla increases the cold? Does honey increases the cold? Which increases the cold actually? Which dosha does it increase?
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Hello dear Take only one Amala or lemon,if U take Amala juice or lemon juice in cold water then potency Will be Cold ,U should take in warm water then it will be not cold, Honey is not cold that is Kaffa Shamak,,Amla ras is Vat shamak it increases kaffa and Pitta
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Sour foods can increase irritation in throat and nasal mucosa and hence increase sneezing and runny nose.so lemon and mala juice with lots of preservatives can increase cold.honey has a drying effect on throat so if your mucosal secretions are not appropriate honey can further increase the dryness and hamper the healing process and thus increase sneezing and runny nose
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