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The Triphala, as the name suggests, is made up of three fruits. Wikimedia
  • We have compiled a list of seven Ayurvedic Herbal Water that is said to have healing powers
  • Ayurveda is a natural and healthy way of life
  • Rather than turning to medicines (which should be an individual’s last resort), incorporating Ayurveda in one’s life is said to have huge benefits

July 27, 2017: Ayurveda, a natural way of life, is said to have a considerably good impact on one’s life and well-being. While medicines may help in improving a person’s health, Ayurvedic lifestyle is also about staying in that good well-being. These seven herbal water from Ayurveda are said to have different healing powers.

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Ayurvedic Herbal water contains Ayurvedic recognized herbs dissolved in the water. It is of common usage amongst naturopaths. Another advantage is the ease with which it can be prepared at home.

Ayurveda considers water as rightfully essential to life, and thus its purity is vital to being healthy. Here are the seven Ayurvedic herbal water for your healing:

1. Triphala Water


Triphala. Wikimedia

As the name would suggest, Triphala is made up of three fruits: Bibhitaki, Haritaki, and Amalaki. In order to make the Triphala, these fruits are dried and brought to their powder form before being mixed together. Triphala water is known for improving the glow of the skin. The best way is to mix Triphala in warm water. It is rich in antioxidants. The Triphala water also helps constipation.

2. Coriander Seed Water


Coriander Seeds. Wikimedia

Known as Dhania in Hindi, Coriander is also added to various dishes in the Indian cuisine. Due to its cooling properties, water with coriander seeds helps in water retention. The coriander seeds also contain Citronellol, an antiseptic, that helps to cure ulcers. The seeds just need 10 minutes to dissolve in warm water.

3. Cinnamon Water


Cinnamon. Wikimedia

Cinnamon is called Dalchini in Hindi. It has a distinct aroma. Cinnamon is made out of Cinnamomum tree’s inner bark. It helps the body heal from tissue damage and infections as it has anti-inflammatory properties. Immunity against infections is also strengthened with regular consumption of Cinnamon water. Tooth decay is slowed down by Cinnamon.

4. Indian Redwood Water:


The Redwood Leaf. Wikimedia

Also called Pathimugam, the Indian Redwood Water became popularized in Kerala. The Pathimugam tree’s bark has various medicinal benefits. Kidney disorders, skin diseases, diabetes, cholesterol and blood pressure are all regulated by Redwood water. The redwood is supposed to be boiled in the water for a couple of minutes and be consumed with the meal at any point of the day.

5. Tulsi Water


Tulsi, the holy plant of India. Wikimedia

Tulsi is considered one of the holiest plant in India partly due to its medicinal properties. For health as well as skin benefits, Tulsi is wonderful. During fever, Tulsi is a popularly known remedy. It is a natural detox for the kidneys by reducing the uric acid.

6. Herbal Wood Glass Water


The Malabar Kino. Wikimedia

Herbal Wood Glass, more popularly known as Vijaysar or Malabar Kino, is one of the best cures for diabetes. Further, Ayurveda suggests Herbal Wood Glass water for obesity and eczema as well. It helps in the natural production of insulin by regenerating cells in the pancreas. To prepare the drink, vijaysar has to be soaked in the water overnight.

ALSO READ: Health Benefits of Almonds attributed by Traditional Hindu Medicine Systems- Ayurveda, Unani and Siddha Literature

7. Fenugreek Water:


Fenugreek Seeds. Wikimedia

Also known as Methi, Fenugreek seed has multiple health properties. It has anti-inflammatory as well as antioxidant character. The methi seed help in water retention. For diabetes, blood sugar levels are maintained with regular consumption of fenugreek water. It promotes insulin secretion in the pancreas.

– by Saksham Narula of NewsGram. Twitter @Saksham2394


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