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دیگرنام :-

ہندی میں ستاور سندھی میں ست وری گجراتی میں شتاوری سنسکرت میں شت مولی

ماہیت :-

اس کا پودابیل کی طرح باڑھ یا درختوں پر چڑھ جاتاہے۔اس کا تنا اور شاخیں خاردار ہوتی ہیں ۔کانٹے تیز اور مڑے ہوئے ہوتے ہیں ۔پتے کانٹے دار سوئے کے پتوں کی طرح ہوتے ہیں ۔جو باریک دو سے چھ انچ لمبے ہوتے ہیں ۔پھول نومبرمیں نکلتے ہیں ۔جو سفید اور خوشبو دار اور بیل کو ڈھک دیتے ہیں۔جس کی وجہ سے بیل سفید معلوم ہوتی ہے۔ پھل سردیوں میں لال رنگ کے ہوتے ہیں ۔یہ چھوٹے چھوٹے چنے کے دانے کی طرح لیکن چمک دار انکے اندر تخم ایک سے دونکلتے ہیں ۔جڑ میں گانٹھ سی ہوتی ہے۔جس کی بہت سی شاخیں انگلی کے برابر موٹی ایک سے دو فٹ لمبی مٹیالی یا زرد رنگ کی نکلتی ہیں ۔جو ذائقہ میں قدرے شیریں اور لعاب دار ہوتی ہیں۔ایک گانٹھ سے لگ بھگ دس کلو تک ستاور نکل آتا ہے اور گانٹھ سے دس بارہ برس تک نکلتے رہتے ہیں ۔اس کی جڑ پرایک چھلکا سا ہوتاہے۔جو اتارا جاسکتاہے۔جڑ پرلمبائی میں لکیریں ہوتی ہیں ۔یہی جڑ بطور دوا مستعمل ہے۔ موٹی اور سفید ستاور اچھی ہوتی ہے اس کا ذائقہ شیریں لیس دار ہوتا ہے۔

مقام پیدائش :-

بنگلہ دیش کے باغات کے علاوہ یہ بھارت میں ہمالیہ کے نزدیک چارہزار فٹ کی بلندی پر افریقہ جاوا سماٹرا آسٹریلیا،ہگلی اور اب یہ بیل پاکستان میں بھی ہوتی ہے۔

مزاج :-

سرد تردرجہ اول۔

افعال :-

مقوی باہ مغلظ منی مدرلبن ۔

استعمال :-

ستاور کی جڑ کا سفوف تنہا یا مناسب ادویہ کے ساتھ ملاکررقت منی اور جریان کو مفید ہے دودھ عورت کابڑھاتی ہے اورمردوں میں منی کو بڑھاتی اور مقوی باہ ہے۔ستاور کی جڑ اور مصری ہموزن ملاکر سفوف دینے سے مذکورہ فائدے حاصل ہوسکتے ہیں ۔یا دیگرادویہ کے ہمراہ سفوف یا معجون بناکر استعمال کرتے ہیں ۔تازہ جڑ کا رس دودھ میں ملاکر سوزاک کے مریضوں کو استعمال کرایا جاتاہے۔

نفع خاص :-

مغلظ و مولد منی ۔

مضر :-

نفاخ

مصلح :-

ساکرین لعابی مارے .

مقدارخوراک :-

سات سے دس گرام ۔

مشہور مرکب :-

سفوف سیلان الرحم ،سفوف ثعلب سفوف بیخ بند سفوف شاہی خاص، سفوف مغلظ شاہی ہیں۔

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Dr. Shalini Weight Loss Plan

Ramzan diet plan to lose 22lbs

General For Sohar & Aftar

  1. Almond milk (75g + 2 litter water) (Recipe of Almond Milk at the end) (Buy Almond Here)
  2. Yellow drink / yellow tea (Recipe of Yellow Drink at the end)
  3. Sandalwood edible oil with water [Buy it here Sandalwood Edible Oil For Weight Loss]
  4. Rose Water (use it when you’re not in fasting state i.e. before sehri and after Iftar all the night) [recipe of Rose Water] (Recipe of Rose Water at the end) (Buy RoseWater Here)
  5. 1 Tsp Fat Loss Tea with water [Buy it here Slim Fat Tea]

Sehri Plan

Bread/Roti/Paratha (Do not apply ghee/oil on Paratha directly on the stove. Take it off from the stove and the apply ghee/oil on the surface of Paratha)

Chicken/Mutton/beef anything kind of meat you can use.

Consume 1 Liter of Rose water in Sehri

Boiled egg 2 to 6 (as you wish)

Take yellow tea after sehri

Take edible sandalwood oil for weight-loss

1 Table spoon Fat Loss Powder with Water

10min before fast starts (Means before Fajar) take Almond milk with 1 Date

Iftar time

Break Fast with Almond milk and Dates (200ml milk)
Just after that 1st take yellow tea and offer salat
Fried Fish, Fried Chiken (or on Tandori form can be used)

Carrot with chicken as a soup
Pea soup with cheese/meat

Kindly Note that, Just take 1 to 2 alternates. You don’t need to take all the stuff at a time. Take all these alternatively.

Do not use mutton and beef in dinner

Do not take watery products like khera, kharbosa, tarbooz etc yeah sb mucus produce karta hai empty stomach main.

It’s not recommended to take Fruits in Iftar they will absorb water in body.

Take fish, chicken, biryani, but no roti bread paratha etc in iftar or in dinner it will Bloat your body.

Take any vegetables fried or curry form.
Use soothe Cabbage

Lakin raat main mutton ya gosht nahi khain. You can take Chicken, Fish and Eggs that are light meat forms.

For munching at night take seeds of any kind like sunflower seeds, flake seeds, pumpkin seeds etc.

How to Make Rose Water?

2 liters water per person to boil this water
1 Hand full of rose pastel
6-8 Green Cardamom (hit them twice to make it in ground form)
1 tablespoon Fennel seeds (don’t add this in acidity)
Cool it down and use it in Sohar and Iftar

How to Make Almond Milk?

Take 100 Grams of Almonds, soak them overnight.

Use blender Jar and Add Water upto 3 glasses. Blend it well.

Add Brown Sugar (as per taste)

12 Herbs for Ramadan to Keep You Healthy

Allah (swt) has given us many plants and herbs through his miraculous creation. These plant and herbs have beneficial properties for both body and mind. Very easy to use in salad, sauce, dessert or to make into a herbal tea, they not only add flavour to dishes but also fight a range of physical and emotional ailments. This Ramadan use these herbs to fight problems such as bloating, tiredness and indigestion and feel the benefits!

1. Aniseed

Mix with yoghurt for a surprising yummy twist and fight bloating and indigestion at both iftar and suhur.

2. Basil

Season a simple tasty tomato sauce or toasted tomato bruschetta with this great stress busting and pain relieving herb.

3. Chamomile

The ultimate tool to fight a tummy ache! Make a simple tea with water and honey for a calming sweet remedy which can also ease anxiety, depression and help you get a great night’s sleep. To keep cool during summer, you can also turn your chamomile and honey mixture into ice lollies.

4. Cumin

Add to a simple tomato based meaty pasta sauce for a little tasty twist to both aid digestion and prevent insomnia.

5. Coriander

Combine fresh coriander leaves with avocado, tomato and a dash of fresh lime juice to make a yummy guacamole spread for toast at suhur, helping stimulate your digestion and freshen your breath.

6. Cinnamon

Use up left over rice in a delicious rice pudding and sprinkle with cinnamon – a great spice to lower your blood sugar and enhance your mood at suhur time!

7. Ginger

Make a refreshing tea with lemon, hot water and fresh ginger – a great spice for your digestive system which your stomach will definitely thank you for. Bye bye indigestion and nausea!

8. Garlic

Dress a tasty salad with vitamin packed fresh garlic, lemon juice, olive oil and salt for iftar to keep your blood sugar levels stable and stave off summer colds.

9. Mint

Give a fresh kick to a fruit salad by adding shredded mint leaves along with freshly squeezed lemon juice. Alternatively, make a mint tea using green tea and fresh mint leaves to promote digestion, sooth headaches and ease nausea, tiredness and depression.

10. Parsley

Prepare a simple soup with stock, parsley and thin pasta/noodles or prepare a healthy tabbouleh salad along with bulgur wheat, tomato, mint, olive oil and fresh lemon juice to fight bloating, bad breath, constipation and flatulence come iftar time.

11. Saffron

Brighten up your rice in colour and flavour and let this great spice fight bloating and constipation at the same time. If you suffer from mild depression or anxiety, this is also a great spice for you.

12. Thyme

To help with sore throats, stomach aches and flatulence, make a simple tea using thyme leaves and water or add to a salad, along with parsley, mint, olive oil, lemon and salt for either suhur or iftar.

 

In Ramadan What to Eat and What to Avoid

In Sahri:

Foods to eat during Sahri

Protein rich food:

Eggs are high in proteins and most nutritious. They not only help you to stay fuller, but can be made in several ways to suit your taste buds.

Fiber rich food:

Oat meal is rich in fiber and a perfect meal your body needs during Sahri. Soluble fiber turns to gel in the stomach and slows digestion, which helps lower cholesterol and blood glucose, perfect to keep you energized throughout your fast.

Calcium and vitamin rich food:

Dairy products are a great source of nutrition. Opt for a yogurt smoothie or choose a vanilla and honey milk shake to stay full and hydrated throughout the day.

Foods not to eat during Sahri

Simple or refined carbohydrates:

These are food that last only 3 to 4 hours and they are low in essential nutrients Such as: sugars, white flour, pastries, donuts, croissants.

Salty food:

Imbalance of sodium levels in your body makes you very thirsty while fasting so try to avoid salted nuts, pickles, chips and food that contain soya sauce.

Caffeinated drinks:

Coffee has caffeine which leads to insomnia and restlessness. In addition, it doesn’t hydrate and keeps you longing for water the whole day.

Foods to eat during Iftar :

Potassium rich fruits:

Dates are nutrient powerhouses and excellent food-item to break your fast. It not only helps you hydrate quickly, but gives you instant energy to make you feel rejuvenated after the long-hours of fasting.

Sufficient fluids:

Drink as much water or fruit juices as possible between Iftar and bedtime to avoid dehydration.

Raw nuts:

Almonds contain good fats which are essential, particularly when your body has been craving for fats after the long-hours of fasting. It is a perfect Iftar item which helps you feel full and in control, without the need to binge.

Hydrating vegetables:

Cucumbers, lettuce, and other vegetables are high in fiber and laden with the goodness of hydrating properties. It not only helps your body feel cool, but is also a great choice to keep you skin healthy and avoid constipation during Ramadan.

Foods not to eat during Iftar

Carbonated drinks:

Avoid drinking processed beverages and carbonated drinks. Stick to regular water and or coconut water to soothe your thirst.

High-sugar foods:

High-sugar food items as sweets, chocolates should be avoided. They are instant source of weight gain and can lead to complexities if consumed every day.

Fried-foods:

Greasy and fried food like fried dumplings and samosas should be avoided. Also avoid oily curries and greasy pastries to reap healthy benefits for your body during Ramadan.

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