What is synthetic milk?

Synthetic milk is the chemically produced milk that differs from the animal milk. It is produced
by combining urea, caustic soda, refined oil, and ordinary detergents in the predetermined and
calculated amount. The detergents are added to help with the emulsification of the solution and
to give it a frothy appearance. The milk resembles normal milk in every way except for
appearance. Taste and nutritional components would be the distinguishing features.
Physicians claim that consuming synthetic milk seriously affects the human body, causing
swelling in the eyes and problems with the lever and kidney. In addition, synthetic milk can be
dangerous for women during pregnancy and anyone with heart disease and high blood pressure.
Even worse, this synthetic milk is highly harmful for young children. The human body becomes
a disease farm when synthetic milk is consumed on a regular basis.
How do you know whether milk is synthetic?
Reduction test: Heat some milk slowly while stirring it with a spoon until it solidifies (khoya).
Wait 2 – 3 hours after turning off the heat. The milk is of good quality if the formed solid is oily;
if it isn't, the milk is synthetic.