Summer is upon us, in all its glory (learn: sweltering warmth)! It goes with out saying that protecting your self hydrated, at all instances, is an absolute should to forestall points reminiscent of bloating, nausea, headache, abdominal pain, and a basic sense of uneasiness and heaviness.
While water ought to be your go-to drink this season, you too can attempt a number of infused drinks to keep dehydration at bay and reap the advantages of some wholesome substances alongside. If you’re on the lookout for one such wholesome drink, why not attempt the ‘miracle tea’.
According to Ayurvedic professional Dr Dixa Bhavsar, this tea can “relieve all your health issues such as summer headache, bloating, abdominal pain, heaviness, uneasiness, and provides hydration.”
Made utilizing three summer necessities – mint, cumin and coriander – it may be consumed by everybody within the household, in each season, the professional shared. “Works wonderfully for people suffering from migraine, high cholesterol, diabetes, thyroid, acidity, gastric trouble, hormone imbalances, constipation, etc.”
*Take a glass of water in a vessel and begin boiling it.
*Add 5-7 mint leaves, 1 tsp of cumin (jeera) and 1 tbsp of coriander seeds to it, and boil the combination for 5 minutes.
*Strain the tea and sip on it whereas it’s lukewarm.
Sharing the advantages of mint, Dr Bhavsar stated, it “smells like heaven and tastes delicious. It helps with cold/cough, acidity, gas, bloating, indigestion, headache, detox, acne, sinusitis, constipation and more.”
“Cumin again is another spice I love. Everything from its smell and taste to its benefits is outstanding. It is hot in potency, improves taste, stimulates the digestive fire and promotes digestion. It reduces kapha and Vata,” she added.
According to her, coriander is wholesome as it’s “easy to digest, has madhura vipaka ad balances all three doshas. It can be consumed in all seasons, especially during summers”.