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Drinks to quench your thirst this Ramadan
This year summer is really hot and fasting is a big challenge, In this situation, several types of juices fill the quota of water and prevent our body from dehydration.
This year summer is at its peak and fasting in this weather is a big challenge, as your body tends to easily get dehydrated. In this situation, several types of juices fill the quota of water and prevent our body from dehydration. These juices rescue you from the anger of the hot sun.
1. Nimbu Pani (Lemon Water)
The most sought after summer drink to beat the heat is Nimbu Pani which just takes 10 minutes to be prepared. The best part is it instantly refreshes and gives energy to you after the day-long fasting of unbearable summer heat.
2. Aab Shola (Aam Panna)
Aam Panna is a renowned Indian drink for its heat-resistant property. It is prepared using raw mangoes. It turns into yellow to very light green in colour drink. We can add some mint leaves and a dash of lemon to enhance the taste.
3. Sabze ke beenj ka Pani (Basil seeds water)
The sweet basil sweets that resemble the chia seeds are known as sabza seeds in India. They are commonly used in making falooda and milkshakes. If you ever had falooda than you must have definitely tasted the basil seeds. They make you healthy.
Lassi is a well known traditional curd based drink that started off in the Indian subcontinent. It is a blend of curd and water which is topped with dry fruits. This super drink will do an excellent job of refreshing and rejuvenating you during hot summers.
5. Chaas (Buttermilk)
Buttermilk also is known as Chaas is one of the favourite coolers. It is brilliant as a digestive drink as well the addition of cumin enhance its benefits. Especially during summer, the buttermilk helps to balance one's body temperature. It brings in all the benefits of curd with lesser fat content.
6. Dates and milk
This is the ultimate staple Ramadan mix. The dates are cut in half and soaked or boiled in milk, sweetened to taste, and served chilled. It rescues you from getting dehydrated and brings in many health benefits along with it.
7. Roof Afza
Rooh Afza syrup is usually served mixed with cold milk or water. Rooh Afza is one of the favourite drinks which is frequently prepared as part of Iftar. This is a natural sharbat containing pure ingredients that can surely cool you down and refresh after day-long fasting.
8. Nariyal Pani (Coconut Water )
Coconut water is a popular beverage, nicknamed "Mother Nature's sports drink,"
it brings outstanding health benefits with it. It is a perfect natural drink to quench your thirst. It is the most refreshing juice that you can enjoy.
9. Ganne ka sharbat (Sugarcane juice)
Drinking a glass of raw sugarcane juice has a surprising number of health benefits and is loaded with critical nutrients that our body needs. This nutritious drink doesn't just quench your thirst but also revitalize you. Sugarcane juice is a brilliant choice to rehydrate the body and stave off fatigue.
10. Mixed fruit juices
Mixed Fruit Juice is one of the most refreshing Beverage, full of nutrients and taste. We can make this juice with different fruits that are available at home. It is healthy and provides a variety of vitamins and minerals. It also helps to improve your immunity, especially during hot Indian summer.