Taste:Sour, Astringent, Sweet, Bitter

Natural Attributes: Sharp, Penetrating, Dry, Non sticky, Light

Tissue impact (Vipak): Reducing

Thermal impact (Virya):Heating

Dosha impact:P+, V-, K- (increasePitta, decrease Vata and Kapha)

Digestive impact (Agni): easy to digest

Channels (Srotas): opens the channels



Strength (Bala): clears congestion and obstruction

Mind (Manas):can increase either Rajas or Tamas


Chinese five element impact:

Internal organs and meridians impact:

Beneficial for:increasing the appetite, igniting digestion, clearing phlegm, clearing the body channels, heart congestion

Wine is considered beneficial for the elderly.

Proper timing for drinking wine is after meal, in small amounts (40-80 ML), for safer use or delicate people, dilute the wine with some water and add a sprinkle of salt (rock salt) to balance the Sour dominance of wine.

Do not drink wine if hungry or thirsty or weak, if Vata or Pitta are increased, if the diet is too dry or too little, when tired, when not accustomed to drinking or while the mind is unstable.

For Vata types – old wine made of grains is the most suitable; add ajuwan, cumin, dry ginger

For Pitta types – grape wine, add to the wine date juice (date paste diluted with water) or pomegranate juice

For Kapha – add to the wine CyprusRotondus powder

Young Wine – increases wetness of the body, increases all 3 Doshas, purgative, and relatively promotes weight gain, heaviness and burning sensations.

Old Wine – recommended, increases appetite, decreases Vata and Kapha, treats parasites

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