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Title: Health Drinks: Ayurvedic Concept
Authors: Sethi, Dr. Ritu
Issue Date: Feb-2004
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: NATURAL PRODUCT RADIANCEVarious hot and cold health drinks are described here. In Ayurveda, different health drinks are recommended according to season13.In very cold and dewy season, warm beverages like warm fragrant milk products, vegetable soups, meat soup, sugarcane products can be taken as a part of food.   In spring season, barley, honey, mango juice as food and beverages such as asava (fermented infusion), arista (fermented decoction), sidhu (fermented sugarcane juice), honey mixed with water and water boiled with extracts of chandan (sandal wood) can be taken. Chilled drinks along with cold water may be taken in summer season according to requirement. Panak Panchsara [syrup prepared with draksha (grapes), iksu (sugarcane), madhuka, date, kashmarya (gumhar) and parushaka (phalsa) fruits with equal quantity of cold water and a pinch of cardamom powder] and Lassi (sweet or salty) may also be taken to get relief from heat of the summer season.
Page(s): 16-18
ISSN: 0975-1092 (Online); 0972-592X (Print)
Appears in Collections:NPR Vol.3(1) [January-February 2004]

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