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Wednesday November 30th, 2022
Now that the Diwali excess is over, many are attempting to resume their wellness routines with fresh vigor. It is crucial to include some detox drinks in your regular diet to assist you remove the excess weight that has accumulated over the course of Diwali week as well as any indigestion, bloating, or acid reflux problems you may have experienced.
The first thing you can do to help your body flush out toxins, boost your energy, and aid in weight loss is to drink a lot of water. Additionally, lemon-honey water is a fantastic detox alternative; just be sure to add the honey to only lukewarm water (not hot). In addition to these, green tea, ginger, garlic, cinnamon, and curd can all help your body remove toxins.
Following the festivities, drink one of these three simple Ayurvedic beverages to prevent bloating, acidity, abdominal heaviness, and to shed the extra pounds you gained over Diwali.
1. The coriander-curry leaf tea
Take 2 glasses of water (500 ml), 1 tbsp of coriander, 1/2 tbsp of fennel seeds, 10 curry leaves, 5 mint leaves, and 1 inch of chopped ginger, and boil it for 7 to 10 minutes on a medium burner. then squeeze it. Every morning, add half a lemon and drink it right away.
Simply combine 1/4 cup of curd with 1 cup of water. Then thoroughly combine it in a blender or churner. Your buttermilk is prepared once the froth that has gathered on top has been removed. Your incredibly tasty and digestion-improving drink is ready when you add spice mix (cumin, pepper, salt, Hing, etc.) to it. Daily use of half to one cup of buttermilk with or after lunch is acceptable.
3. CCF tea
Add 1 glass of water to 1 tsp of each cumin, coriander, and fennel (you may add a pinch of turmeric in it for extra detox effect as turmeric is good for skin too along with gut). 5-7 minutes of boiling these herbs, filter, and take a gentle drink. It can be consumed twice to three times day, one hour after meals.