Herbal Water: 6 Ayurvedic Water Ideas to Try

These six Ayurvedic herbal water ideas should be definitely included in your diet. The taste is so good and the benefits are huge!

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this spice is seen as a 'cure-all' in South Asian countries.

Herbal water was widely used in the past, for its beneficial effects, which helped to heal a number of diseases.

Our ancestors had nothing but herbs and spices to heal their ailing bodies in the past.

Herbs and spices have been used and mixed for centuries to treat different health issues, and the best homemade remedy is herb-infused water.

Herb-infused water is effortless to prepare, and it even tastes good.

What you have to do is to soak some herbs in a glass of water, leave it overnight, and it is ready to drink!

Fenugreek Water

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Fenugreek seeds are widely used to prepare South Asian food and are commonly found in every household.

Slightly bitter, this spice is seen as a ‘cure-all’ in South Asian countries.

Fenugreek seeds are full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.

If you drink fenugreek-infused water regularly, it can help you lose weight, boost your immunity, control your blood sugar level and promote better digestion.

Tulsi Water

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Tulsi is known for its medicinal, antibiotic, anti-fungal and antibacterial properties, which help prevent fever and cold.

Tulsi is also an excellent ingredient for your skin and hair.

Why not chew tulsi leaves to get rid of headaches or toothaches?

Many people in South Asia do that, and it is said to be quite effective!

Besides, tulsi’s anti-inflammatory properties help lower inflammation and the risk of developing heart diseases. Try to drink tulsi water three times a day in case you suffer from acid reflux.

You will notice the difference!

Cinnamon Water

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With plenty of antioxidants, cinnamon water protects the body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals.

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, our body is protected from infections as well.

If your blood sugar level is high, cinnamon water it is a godsend!

It will reduce the sugar level by decreasing the breakdown of carbohydrates in the digestive tract.

Coriander Water

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Coriander is widely used in South Asian cuisine to add a distinct flavour to the food.

Again, it is an ingredient full of antioxidants and is excellent for your heart as it lowers the blood cholesterol levels and decreases blood pressure.

Coriander seed water helps to keep diabetes under control and relieve symptoms of arthritis.

This herbal water also contains citronellol which acts as an antiseptic and helps in healing mouth ulcers.

It even contains fatty acids and essential oils that help your digestion.

Triphala Water

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Triphala is a mix of three dried fruits: Indian gooseberries (Emblica Officinalis), black myrobalan (Terminalia chebula), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula).

It has so many health benefits that Triphala is considered a polyherbal medicine.

This herb-infused water promotes longevity and cures acute constipation problems.

Moreover, Triphala water is quite beneficial if you are trying to lose weight.

Vijaysar Water

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Also known as Indian Kino or Malabar Kino, Vijaysar is the most popular herb for controlling diabetes.

It is very popular to cure various health issues such as obesity, diarrhoea, and eczema.

It contains Epicatechin, Marsupsin and Pterosupin, which help reduce blood glucose in diabetics.

Also, it regenerates the beta-cells of the pancreas to produce insulin naturally.

These six herbal waters are made by simply infusing water with the specific herb.

Not only are they easy to make but they also have a lot of health benefits.

Manisha is a South Asian Studies graduate with a passion for writing and foreign languages. She loves reading about South Asian history and speaks five languages. Her motto is: "If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door."

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