I'd say start with doing Nitnem and Amrit Vela for a while before taking Amrit. If you are living the Rehat it becomes more easier to eventually take Amrit, if you never do paaht, it would be hard to keep the maryada.
Just make another topic brava.
I believe it may be anywhere in the ball park between 20-30 minutes. Basically you wanna slowly continue adding water until it kinda gets a sweet spot between pasty and dry. So you raggarh, add a little water, raggarh and so on. I can double check, but I think they read any type of bir ras bani.
Some people opt to put all the ingredients in at one time and others (like the video above) add it as they go along.
In the past I've made a tea from the ingredients of sukha nidhaan i.e. boiling a few small green lachis, saunf, cinnamon stick, javentry, black pepper, cloves and a few sukha leaves for 20 minutes. You are right in that it doesn't buzz you all over the shop.
I found it really good as an anti-stress, anti-inflammatory, relaxant. Also, seems really good for nerve pain.
Do you know how long the nihangs raggarh it? And what prayers they might recite when they do it?
PS- I also found pasted poppy seeds (in a mortar and pestle) boiled with milk and with some black pepper and keeo to be a very subtle but potent relaxant.
PS - some of those ingredients actually inhibit some of the intoxicating effects of sukha (i.e. cloves and black pepper), so it's more thought out than some might imagine.
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