Goats produce high-quality, nutrition-rich milk in even the most difficult environments making them valuable to arid or mountainous areas where cows and sheep can’t survive. Goats were one of the earliest animals domesticated to suit human needs- more specifically milk production- going back to 8,000 B.C., 10,000 years ago. Goat cheese has been made at least as far back as 5,000 B.C. Meanwhile, the first documented proof of humans making cheese is 7,500 years ago in Poland.

Based on TCM, goat’s cheese can be used to supplement and moves qi, warm stomach, and spleen, and nourishes yin.

The preparation methods of goat’s cheese are raw or melted.

Goat’s cheese contains rich in fat and protein, minerals.

Some indications that can be reduced by goat’s cheese are:

  * Stomach and spleen vacuity: Indigestion

  * Dryness in the large intestine: Constipation

Note: this is just information regarding goat’s cheese. For the usage and dosage and the specific health issue, please consult with the herbalist or your health care provider.


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  2. (2022). Goat’s Cheese. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goat_cheese