5 Herbs And Spices That Can Be Used To Make Energy Drinks At Home

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5 Herbs And Spices That Can Be Used To Make Energy Drinks At Home

The synthetic energy drinks and proteins of today were invented only a few decades ago. It makes us wonder how our grandfathers and everyone before managed to stay energetic and fit throughout their physically challenging lifestyle. Well, they never had to rely on such chemically enhanced drinks because they had the knowledge of Ayurveda on their side. For ages, different herbs and spices have been used to make nutritious drinks as suggested in the Ayurvedic texts. These recipes are valid even today and can help you boost your metabolism and immunity against a myriad of viruses and diseases.

To get you started, here are five of the most readily available spices that you can use to create your own energy drinks at home and keep your family safe during the pandemic:

Fenugreek Seeds (Methi):

These seeds can be found in every Indian kitchen, popularly called ‘Methi,’ and are widely used in many day-to-day dishes.

Apart from being an essential spice, they are commonly used to make boiled drinks packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.

Regularly drinking Fenugreek infused water can boost your immunity and metabolism, and reduce diabetes, hypertension, hair health, menstrual pain, and body weight.

Basil leaves (Tulsi):

Tulsi water has long been used to cure the common cold and viral fever with its antibiotic, anti-fungal, and antibacterial properties. Even simply chewing on these leaves is known to reduce headaches and toothaches.

Tulsi drinks are an effective cure for disorders as small as acidity and digestion, and as severe as heart disease, liver disease, inflammation, and even depression.

Have this drink thrice a day regularly, and you see a significant improvement in your skin and hair problems for sure.

Cinnamon (Dalchini):

Cinnamon is a warehouse of anti-oxidants that prevents oxidative damage caused by free radicals on our bodies.

Cinnamon is known to reduce the break down of carbohydrates in the digestive tract, which also helps control blood sugar levels in the long run.

When thoroughly soaked in water and consumed as used as a morning drink, it can protect your immune system from various infections.

Coriander Seeds (Dhana):

Coriander seed powder is another essential ingredient in multiple dishes for its distinct spicy flavor. And almost every diabetic and heart patient is suggested to drink coriander drinks due to its cholesterol-reducing properties.

If you’re an arthritic patient, coriander infused drinks can effectively relieve several of your pain and inflammatory symptoms.

For everyone else, this drink will provide fatty acids and essential oils that encourage healthy digestion.

Triphala Mixture:

Indian gooseberries (Emblica Officinalis), black myrobalan (Terminalia chebula), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula); mixing these three herbs gives you one of the most renowned polyherbal medicine in Ayurveda, the ‘Triphala Churna.’

Triphala drinks are mostly prescribed for improving constipation problems and promote weight loss.
When used as a drink, this simple herbal powder provides numerous benefits for a long and healthy life.

These herbs are just the tip of the iceberg; Ayurvedic experts can assist you with medicinal herbs catered to treat your specific ailments to the core. And if you’re looking for a good Ayurvedic doctor in Pune who can guide you through the vast sciences of herbal remedies, you’ll find it at Jeevana Ayurvedic clinic. Headed by one of the most qualified and adept ayurvedic experts, our experts can help you get a permanent cure for any of your health problems with natural and therapeutic ways. Visit the Jeevana website to learn more about our products for both short and long term ayurvedic treatment in Pune.

Dr. Vinod P. Nair
Dr. Vinod P. Nair
Dr Vinod P. Nair, one of the best Ayurvedic doctors in Pune, is conferred with the prestigious degree of “Ayurveda Acharya” by the Central Council of Indian medicine for his valuable contributions in the field of Ayurveda.
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