14 Feb 2023 8:40 p.m

Russian scientists announce they have invented a soothing cheese. According to the Russian University of Biotechnology, the unusual effect for a cheese is due to a combination of herbs.

According to their own statements, scientists at the Russian Biotechnology University (RosBioTech) have developed a special type of cheese that can calm and relax people. Elena Sidorova, the head of the university’s cheese-making center, commented on this as follows:

“This is a functional product. Rosemary, basil, sage, thyme, savory, oregano and marjoram are included in the composition of this cheese. Thanks to them, the calming effect is achieved.”

The technology used by the Moscow-based university also makes it possible to preserve all the vitamins and minerals in the herbs, Sidorowa continued. According to her, the product is made from natural milk and contains no latex or artificial food coloring. The leader of the project added:

“The cheese is prepared in the same way as regular cheese. The price of the product is also not that different from other types of cheese. Only local ingredients are used for the cheese recipe. Production can start at any time.”

Previously, the university had developed other “functional” cheeses, including one with black aronia, said to prevent colds, and turmeric, said to protect gums from periodontitis. In addition, a black cheese was made that is said to be effective against diarrhea.

RosBioTech is one of the largest educational and research centers that lays the scientific foundations for modern, multi-level education, as well as scientific and technological solutions for the production of staple foods from raw materials of plant and animal origin.

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