Maintain Internal Equilibrium with Cooling and Refreshing Herbs in Summer

Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, emphasizes the use of herbs and natural ingredients to maintain health and balance in the body. In summer, Ayurveda recommends cooling and refreshing herbs to counteract the heat and maintain internal equilibrium. Here are some Sewanti Ayurvedic herbal recipes recommended by Vd. Navneet Nigam for summer:
Mint and Cucumber Cooler
Blend fresh mint leaves, cucumber slices, and a squeeze of lime juice with chilled water. This refreshing drink helps cool the body and aids digestion.
Aloe Vera
Aloe vera gel is known for its cooling properties and can help soothe sunburns and reduce inflammation.

Coriander and Fennel Infusion

Boil coriander seeds and fennel seeds in water. Let it cool, strain, and drink. This herbal infusion aids digestion, cools the body, and helps reduce acidity.

Coconut Water with Saffron
Soak a few strands of saffron in a glass of fresh coconut water. Saffron has a cooling effect and can help maintain hydration and balance electrolytes in the body.
Rose Petal Sherbet
Soak fresh rose petals in water overnight. Strain the water and add sugar or honey to taste. Rose petal sherbet has a cooling and rejuvenating effect on the body
Amla (Indian Gooseberry) and Mint Smoothie
Blend fresh amla, mint leaves, yogurt, and a touch of honey. Amla is a rich source of Vitamin C and antioxidants, which help boost immunity and protect against summer ailments.


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