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Ayurvedic Drink for Summers

Ayurvedic drink for summer

  • A few ayurvedic drinks help you to keep the body cool.
  • Best choose foods and drinks that have a sweet, bitter, and astringent taste

Mango milkshake with ripe mango

Ayurvedic properties of mango

  • Taste - Sweet and slight astringent
  • Potency - Coolant
  • Properties - Slightly heavy to digest

Although Ayurveda explains that milk with any fruit is contraindicated but a sweet ripe mango can be combined with milk.

Watermelon mint juice

Ayurvedic properties of watermelon

  • Taste - sweet
  • Potency - cold
  • Increase nutrition.
  • Balance for pitta dosha
  • Relieves burning sensation
  • Watermelon is cooling and nutritional fruit

Watermelon Mint Juice Recipe

  • Ingredients 
    • Watermelon
    • Lime juice
    • Mint leaves
  • Place everything in a blender and blend until smooth

Coconut water

  • It is also sweet in taste and has a cooling effect on the body


  • According to Ayurveda Lemons have a sour taste and hot in potency but it is good for relieving excessive thirst and improve digestion so if you are using lemon in summer use cold water and don’t forget to add sugar


  • It is light means easy to digest and help indigestions
  • If you taking buttermilk make sure it should not be sour and always add roasted cumin seed, mint leaves, and sugar

Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle tips for summer

  • Include Ghee raisins, dates in the diet
  • Soak 5 raisins and 5 almonds in water and eat the next day in the morning
  • Ghee along with milk and rice keep your body cool

  • Milk mixed with sugar and cardamom should be consumed in nighttime
  • Taking nap is okay during summer


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