Must-Try Desi Drinks Good For Digestion, Metabolism, And Immunity For Students Abroad

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Must-Try Desi Drinks Good For Digestion, Metabolism, And Immunity For Students Abroad

Numerous easy-to-make beverages support digestion, boost metabolism and enhance immunity. Infused with Indian-inspired wellness, these simple drinks, incorporating Ayurvedic remedies and herbal concoctions, offer healthy options for international students.

If you are studying abroad, you can nourish your body with nutrient-rich, homemade solutions that specifically target digestive health, metabolism support, and overall immune system enhancement. 

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1. Jeera (Cumin) Water:

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– How to Make:

     – Roast one teaspoon of cumin seeds until aromatic.

     – Crush the seeds and add them to a glass of water.

     – Add a pinch of salt and stir well.

     – Optionally, squeeze a lemon wedge for added flavor.

   – Benefits for Body:

     – Aids digestion.

     – Boosts metabolism.

     – Rich in antioxidants.

2. Saunf (Fennel) Paani:

– How to Make:

     – Crush one tablespoon of fennel seeds slightly.

     – Add them to a glass of water and let it soak for a few hours.

     – Strain the water, add honey if desired, and serve over ice.

   – Benefits for Body:

     – Helps in digestion.

     – Acts as a natural coolant.

     – Refreshes and energizes.

3. Tulsi (Holy Basil) Tea:

– How to Make:

     – Steep a handful of fresh tulsi leaves in hot water for 5-7 minutes.

     – Strain the tea and add one teaspoon of honey for sweetness.

     – Sip on this herbal tea for its health benefits.

   – Benefits for Body:

     – Boosts immunity.

     – Relieves stress.

     – Supports respiratory health.

4. Kokum Sherbet:

– How to Make:

     – Mix two tablespoons of kokum syrup with a glass of chilled water.

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     – Add sugar or jaggery to taste.

     – Garnish with mint leaves and serve.

   – Benefits for Body:

     – Acts as a natural coolant.

     – Aids digestion.

     – Rich in vitamins and minerals.

5. Amla (Indian Gooseberry) Shots:

– How to Make:

     – Extract the juice of fresh amla or use amla powder.

     – Mix with a pinch of turmeric and a dash of black pepper.

     – Consume as a quick shot.

   – Benefits for Body:

     – High in vitamin C, boosting immunity.

     – Anti-inflammatory properties.

     – Supports overall well-being.

6. Ginger-Lemon Honey Tea:

– How to Make:

     – Boil 1 cup of water with fresh ginger slices.

     – Strain the ginger-infused water.

     – Add honey and a squeeze of lemon.

   – Benefits for Body:

     – Soothes the throat and reduces inflammation.

     – Supports digestion.

     – Provides warmth in winter.

7. Turmeric Milk (Haldi Doodh):

– How to Make:

     – Heat a cup of milk with a pinch of turmeric.

     – Add a touch of honey or sweetener.

     – Consume before bedtime.

   – Benefits for Body:

     – Known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

     – Supports a good night’s sleep.

     – Boosts immune response.

8. Spiced Herbal Chai:

   – Ingredients:

     – 1 black tea bag

     – 1 cup water

     – 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

     – 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

     – 1/4 teaspoon cardamom powder

     – 1/4 teaspoon cloves

     – 1 cup milk of choice

     – Honey or maple syrup to taste

   – Benefits: The combination of spices provides antioxidants, and black tea offers immune support.

9. Masala Turmeric Tea:   

– Ingredients:

     – 1 teaspoon turmeric powder

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     – 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

     – 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon

     – 1 black tea bag

     – 1 cup water

     – 1 cup milk of choice

     – Honey or maple syrup to taste

   – Benefits: Turmeric and ginger provide anti-inflammatory properties, and black tea contributes antioxidants.

10. Warm Lemon and Jeera Water:

   – Ingredients:

     – 1 teaspoon cumin seeds

     – 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice

     – 1 cup warm water

     – Honey (optional)

   – Benefits: Jeera aids digestion, while lemon provides vitamin C and supports detoxification.

11. Ginger and Tulsi (Holy Basil) Infusion:

   – Ingredients:

     – 1 tablespoon fresh ginger (grated)

     – 4-5 Tulsi (Holy Basil) leaves

     – 1 cup water

     – Honey (optional)

   – Benefits: Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties, and Tulsi is known for its immune-boosting and adaptogenic effects.

12. Kahwa:

Ingredients:

1 cup water

One green tea bag or loose green tea leaves

4-5 whole green cardamom pods

4-5 cloves

One cinnamon stick

One tablespoon of chopped almonds

One tablespoon honey or to taste

Benefits: Kahwa is a traditional Kashmiri tea that combines green tea with aromatic spices and nuts, offering warmth and antioxidants.

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