Ayurvedic juice, a new form of taking Ayurvedic preparations
long time the everyday consumption of Ayurvedic herbs and plants has gone from powders to tablets. These are better referred to as compressed tablets, which are compressed parts of herbs. Or also to capsules, this especially with complex preparations with many different components, which have no cohesion when pressed together.
Churnas (powder) can be dosed individually and mixed with other churnas. They can also be added to smoothies, fruit juices, muesli, etc.
However, the taste of some herbs is unpleasant
Presslinge and capsules fit in your pocket. So they are always handy and can be taken on the go at the recommended times.
Pressed pellets sometimes stick to the throat. Drink a large glass of water
Added to this, and becoming more popular, is taking Ayurvedic herbs as juices
These fresh juices will give you a glowing appearance and all help cleanse your digestive system. You shouldn’t replace your daily meals with juice, but feel free to cut back and use it to help you shut down your digestive system. You then supply nutrients through juice. This allows the body to absorb the ingredients particularly well.
Juice can be mixed with other liquids to enhance the taste.
To take along and on the way to itself badly possible.
It is known that eating seven or more servings of fruits and/or vegetables daily is beneficial for a healthy lifestyle and overall well-being. There are many things that nutritionists around the world disagree on, but there is widespread agreement regarding fruit and vegetable consumption.
Ayurvedic juices are a great way to conveniently ingest herbs/plants in concentrated form in between meals.
Raw material, such as amla fruits or neem leaves, to make your own juice, you will hardly get in this country. So let’s resort to the ready-made products in stores. These are concentrated. Ready to drink they are usually prepared here in Europe, the plant parts such as Amla fruits, bottle gourd, neem tree components etc come from India
Intake Recommendation Herbal juice
Give 30ml in a glass of water (150ml) and you have a refreshing potion that is full of vitamin C, antioxidants and many plant active ingredients
For your health, you should drink 2 glasses a day.
Before you buy a juice, consider which juice is best for you.
To help you decide, here are the salient points of individual juices:
Amla fruits Amla
is one of the best fruits for stimulating and keeping your digestive system healthy, as well as supporting hair growth
This fruit is a rich source of vitamin C with calcium, iron, phosphorus and other nutrients. It is high in fiber.
Tulsi, holy basil, refreshes and soothes the senses. Take tulsi juice if you have problems with acidity
Its soothing properties are helpful for itchy skin problems. For dry, flaky scalp tulsi is a boon, it cools, strengthens, reduces scalp itching
Tulsi should not be taken during pregnancy and in case of thyroid problems
Neem juice Ne
em tree with fruit
If you drink neem juice regularly, you will improve your digestion and metabolism. Neem helps to reduce body fat
You can also enrich neem juice with lemon or honey, this will further boost your metabolism
should drink the first serving of neem juice of the day in the morning. If you can handle the taste, you can also take 30ml of neem juice undiluted. This will increase the effect.
Neem is known for its skin improving properties. The vitamins and fatty acids in neem improve and maintain skin elasticity, reduce wrinkles and fine lines.
is also an excellent remedy for combating hair loss
In India, neem tree branches are used for oral hygiene, neem counteracts oral problems
Jamuns are low-calorie fruits. They help digestion and promote bowel movement
Jamun juice contains a lot of vitamins and minerals that are beneficial for your heart. You can also mix the juice into your green salad or add it to a smoothie instead of drinking it.
Jamun juice also purifies the blood and thus improves the complexion of your skin, making it clear and beautiful.
Karela juice – bitter gourd
The juice contains a number of important nutrients. Iron, magnesium, vitamins,potassium, vitamin C
Karela juice is very bitter. Add some honey or sweet fruits like apple or pear. Lemon juice also softens the taste.
Enjoy the bitterness, it is sweet for your health.
Karela contains an insulin-like compound, so it helps keep blood sugar levels in balance. If you have diabetes and want to take karela juice regularly, consult your doctor beforehand because of possible changes.
After a night of drinking, drinking karela juice is highly recommended. Bitter gourd cleanses the liver and digestive system, as well as the bladder.
More info about karela juice here in blog
Lauki juice – bottle g
A rich source of vitamin C, K and calcium. It is helpful for heart health, for bad cholesterol, to stabilize blood sugar levels
Lauki juice should be taken in the morning
This juice is often used for weight loss. The abundant fiber it contains reduces the feeling of hunger.
Athletes: because of its low sugar content and cooling properties, it is an excellent post-workout drink.
Buy Triphala juice
The universal tonic of Ayurveda
According to Ayurvedic understanding, there are almost no health problems for which Triphala is not helpful
Triphala improves the digestive process, counteracts constipation and irritable bowel syndrome. It strengthens the immune system, increases resistance.
Increases energy, combats fatigue and lethargy.
Here ayurvedic herbal juice
Ayurvedic preparations and herbal formulations are the best means to rid the blood of impurities. Bioactive compounds, antioxidants and other components of the herbal formulations but the body’s
Many Ayurvedic preparations, such as Amla juice, Neem, Triphala can be consumed regularly to cleanse the blood.
March 2020 Uwe Schulze
Important information: these juices are not medicines, they are food or dietary supplements. If in doubt, consult a physician before taking these juices. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or taking medication, please consult a physician before use. Keep away from children. Discontinue use if any adverse reactions occur
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