Here are the 7 tonics to strengthen your immune system and stay infection-free during this monsoon season.
We all know the monsoon has arrived, and so have the viral infections. To deal with these while enjoying the monsoon season, it is very important for us to treat our body with some health and hydration.
But how to achieve it?
While surfing on the internet, there are a number of home remedies, exercise, and food remedies that are claiming a healthy lifestyle for you. With all these, it is also very essential to include the right liquid diet in order to protect our system.
So, here are the 7 tonics to strengthen your immune system and stay infection free during this monsoon season.
1. Holy Basil Tea
Holy basil is commonly known as tulsi. Instead of drinking just warm water, add some tulsi leaves to a glass of water, boil, and drink it. Tulsi has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits which boost your immunity and keep you healthy during monsoon.
2. Cinnamon and honey concoction
If you are facing issues with your digestion, especially during this monsoon season, then don’t forget to add a cinnamon stick to a glass of water. Let it stay overnight.
You can add honey in the morning and sip the concoction. It helps in cleansing the bowel and surely improves digestion.
3. Do as your mum says
When it comes to rain, it is wise to follow what your mommy says, Drink boiled water.
This is because it not only kills the microbes and germs but also boosts your immunity and keeps your digestive system healthy.
4. Fresh and juicy
You can limit your intake of leafy veggies during monsoon. Make sure you drink more and more seasonal fresh fruit juices like oranges, guava, cherries or kiwi which will improve your immunity as they are rich in vitamin C.
5. Spice up your soup
During monsoon to prevent digestion related problems, you need to keep in mind that Indian spices like black pepper, garlic work like natural antibiotics. Adding them in your soup will enhance the taste in a healthy way.
6. Better with Buttermilk
Buttermilk has a high content of calcium and protein which helps to nurture bone strength. As the fat in milk is segregated from butter, it becomes low in calorie count. This is the best remedy to tackle digestion related problems which are very common in this monsoon.
7. Monsoon Detox Tea
Detoxifying is vital as it eliminates and kills toxins from your body, supports weight loss, and works on your wellbeing, as well.
To make this detoxifying concoction you need to grind Carom Seeds, Fennel Seeds, Nutmeg, Black Pepper. Add all the ingredients in boiling water. Add Jaggery and simmer the tea for 45 secs.
This tea has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial properties delivering good amounts of vital nutrients required by the body.