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homemade buttermilk

Are you getting yourself ready to deal with the coming of the spring? If not, then you should start NOW!!! And if you don't know why or how then this article is for you!

March is the month where we tend to feel extra heaviness...the excess of the winter makes everybody tired and we cannot wait to enjoy the sun. This is absolutely normal.

So add some spices to your food, avoid eating refined sugars, sweets and drink BUTTERMILK in the morning.

Ayurveda uses buttermilk both to maintain health and to treat diseases. Buttermilk is easy to digest, has astringent and sour tastes and is hot in nature. It improves digestion and mitigates kapha and vata. Perfect for this time of the year.


Ingredients : 1/4 cup fresh plain yogurt 3/4 cold water 1 pinch rock salt 1 pinch Cumin powder and coriander leaf

Blend the yogurt for (3 to 4)minutes.

Add the cold water and blend again for another (3 to 4)minutes

Discard the fatty foam on top

Add the salt and the spices and stir by hand

Drink at room temperature and enjoy!


Viviana is a yoga teacher with 20 years of experience, in guiding students to remain centered and help in developing their skills. As a child she started off with ballet then moved to Hatha yoga. She studied the Hatha yoga of Van Lysabeth including Pranayama, then with Patrick Tomatis, Claudio Conte and Boris Tatzky. Viviana is devoted to the meditation and has studied with Dr. Jacques Vigne for almost ten years. After finishing her degree in foreign languages and literature, she started to explore the philosophy and medicine of Ayurveda which changed her life.

For Viviana India has always been her root and passion, She learned the psychology and nutrition aspect of this old science with Dr. Baghwan Das. She has experience in teaching and giving Ayurvedic massage, Panchakarma, Baby Massage (Shantala Massage) and Kids Yoga.

You can book your Ayurvedic consultation with Viviana by calling The Pink Elephant Space

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