Water is elixir the of your life. Without this life source the fine tuned organs our body function with less efficiency. warm jeera water improves your digestive system, circulation system and balance your tri-doshas. Ayurveda recommends this drink.
Water is elixir the of your life. Without this life source the fine tuned organs our body function with less efficiency. Drink at least eight glasses of water. Some naturopathy physicians recommend us to drink one liter on empty stomach. They assure that most of the chronic illness could be cured by this water therapy.
Warm water is believed to be strengthening your digestive system, circulation system and balance your tri-doshas (Ayurveda) – vata, pita and kapha. Indigenous systems of medicine always recommend you to consume warm water. Warm water does not allow fat deposits at your body. It also protects you from heart attacks and other ailments. Japanese and Chinese people enjoy their tea during their lunch or tea. They don’t prefer cold water.
Ayurveda considers food as your medicine and medicine as your food. It recommends you to drink warm jeera water. Warm jeera water will always refresh your body. More than your cold water it is potent enough to flush out the toxins from your body. It lubricates your digestive system and smooth en your digestion and relieve you from constipation problems. You will not suffer from flatulence, acidity and burning sensations. Your skin gets enough hydration and protected from skin dryness and pigmentation.
Warm Jeera Water
- Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) One tablespoon
- Dry Ginger (Zingiber officinale) One small piece
- Jeera (Cumin um Cyminum) Two tablespoon
- Boil the water in a water pot.
- Add the ingredients and boil
- Allow to remain warm
Benefits of Spices
- Gargle jeera water. It controls foul smell at your mouth. Keep your mouth fresh.
- Heals mouth ulcers
- It is an excellent carminative. Improves appetite. Smooth ens digestion.
- Improves blood circulation
- Balances the vata, pita and kapha.
- Recommended for nursing (lactating) mothers