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5 Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Summer to Reduce Body Heat

5 Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Summer to Reduce Body Heat. For expert advice on which diet plan is best for you, consult an Ayurvedic physician.

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5 Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Summer to Reduce Body Heat

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  1. Ayurvedic Herbs For Summer To Reduce Body Heat

  2. Index • Ayurvedic Herbs For Summer • 5 Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Summer to Reduce Body Heat 1. Rose 2. Mint 3. Chamomile 4. Amla 5. Manjistha

  3. Ayurvedic Herbs For Summer • Summer is considered pitta season in Ayurveda. • It increase a sense of heat and sharpness in your body and mind, bringing on symptoms like burning sensations, heat rash, irritability, intense thirst, headaches, digestive problems and diarrhea.

  4. To manage pitta dosha, you want to do the things that are opposite of a fiery nature: calming, soothing, cooling, and relaxing activities and food. • Below we describe 5 Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Summer to Reduce Body Heat.

  5. 1. Rose • Rose can be used as a medicine in herb form or on the body as a perfume or essential oil. • Worn on the skin, the rose has a mind-calming, heart-opening effect, irritability-soothing.

  6. Used internally, rose can cool down the body, ease menstrual pain and due to its astringent quality, it helps to relieve diarrhea. • Try to find high-quality rose water or rose hydrosol to use as a toner a spritz on your face will cool you down in a snap. • For tea, look for organic red or pink rose petals. Use about a teaspoon of freeze-dried leaves for a cup of tea.

  7. 2. Mint • Summer is the best season to consume mint. • People opt for mint-based products as these provide a refreshing burst of flavor and act as good relaxants.

  8. There are lots of varieties of mint, but spearmint and peppermint are some of the best for the summertime. • Mint supports digestion without raising body heat, although it helps to induce sweating during fever to help it "break". • It also gives relieves headaches and nausea and eases fatigue and depression.

  9. To make a detox concoction, add a few mint leaves, slices of cucumber, and lemon to a jar of water. • Mint helps in digestion, weight loss and flushes out all the toxins from the body.

  10. 3. Chamomile • Chamomile can cool the body, ease insomnia and calm anxiety. • It can also help soothe digestive upset. Chamomile is safe and effective in the summer heat.

  11. Chamomile infusion can be excellent medicine for the skin and hair too. • Pour a large container of water of dry chamomile herb to make an excellent skin and hair rinse. • ]Use if it has cooled to soothe inflammation, insect bites, rashes, and even cuts and scrapes.

  12. 4. Amla • Amla or Indian Gooseberry juice is a good choice to take in summer to keep the body cool. • It is loaded with vitamin C.

  13. Amla can improve the levels of tannins which are needed to shield the heat. Thus it acts as a radiation shield and protects the body from harmful UV rays. • One of the best herbs for soothing excess pitta heat. It removes excess pitta heat from the digestive tract, gently detoxifying the body while nourishing it.

  14. 5. Manjistha • Manjistha is one of the most valued ayurvedic herbs for cooling the blood and removing toxins from the body. • It supports kidney and liver function and soothes pitta dosha.

  15. Make sure to drink enough water to avoid dehydration or illness. • Make an infusion with 1 tbsp herb boiled in 4 cups of water until the water volume has reduced by half. • Store the infusion in a jar with a tight lid. Drink 1 cup before lunch and before dinner. • Because of its astringent property, Manjistha can be a bit drying.

  16. Thank You

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