Gur -Jaggery Can Make Your Travel Swetter

Gur -Jaggery Can Make Your Travel Swetter

By Suhasini Reddy | THE HANS INDIA |   Dec 14,2017 , 04:30 PM IST

Gur -Jaggery Can Make Your Travel Swetter
Gur -Jaggery Can Make Your Travel Swetter

 Travel can play havoc on your skin, hair and digestion, if not kept under check. Not to mention, the chances if Air and pollen allergies or flu depending on where you are travelling to. One agent that is quick overall cleanse for long holidays is the winter sweet gur. Jaggery has health benefits that can make travel sweeter! 

Natural cleanser 

Jaggery us one if the best natural cleansing agents for the body. It efficiently cleans the respiratory tract, lungs, intestines, stomach and food pipe. This is why jaggery is highly recommended for people working in heavily polluted areas such as factories and mines. Being rich in iron, it is used as a natural remedy to fight anaemia and boost blood count that in turn, will improve blood circulation and also boost the respiratory system.

Blood Purifier

one well known benefit of jaggery is its ability to purify the blood. When consumed on a regular basis and in limited quantities, it cleanses the blood, leaving your body healthy. It also makes the skin free of wrinkles and spots and cures pimples and acne.

Lustrous Hair
jaggery is a rich source of iron and should be eaten with vitamin C rich foods are lemon juice, akka and guavas. The combo is good for maintaining healthy, long, smooth, black and strong hair.

Weight Loss 
jaggery is surprisingly effective as a weight loss agent. This is because it is a rich source of potassium, a mineral that helps in balancing electrolytes as well as building muscles and boosting metabolism. Potassium also helps in easing water retention, thus managing your weight well.

Treats Flu

Jaggery is loaded with antioxidants and minerals such as Zinc and selenium, which in turn help prevent free radical damage and also boost resistance against infections. Fight symptoms such as cold and cough with the help of gur. All you need to do is mix it with water and drink up, or even add it to your tea instead of sugar to reap the benefits.