6 Healing Herbal Drinks From The Ayurveda Storehouse

by Zan Kokalj, expert review by Dr. Pratik Bhoite, M.D. (Ayu), M.S. (Couns.&Psy.)
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Back in the ancient times, people used to rely on herb-infused water to treat the ailments they encountered. In Ayurveda, water itself is considered a therapeutic tool, and when combined with beneficial herbs, it has even higher detoxification potency and healing powers.

Most of the Ayurveda herbal drinks can be prepared at home. However, it is crucial that you get your hands only on quality-grown ingredients. The preparation process matters as well.

Discover some of the most efficient traditional ayurvedic herbal drinks.

traditional Ayurvedic herbal drinks

Triphala Juice

The literal meaning of Triphala means ‘three fruits,’ including Haritaki, Bibhikati, and Amalaki. This ancient Ayurveda remedy is known for its ability to heal nearly any disease, if correctly used.

Top features of Triphala juice:

  • Rich in antioxidant and antiseptic properties
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Good for heart health and constipation
  • Encourages digestion

Consumption Guide: Drink up to 30 ml of Triphala juice twice per day. You can mix it with water. Pregnant women should avoid it.

Ginger Tea

Ginger is an overall health booster and a highly potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agent. You can use it to deal with infections, and stimulate digestion and immunity.

The easiest way to prepare ginger tea is by mixing ¼ teaspoon of ground ginger with one cup of boiling water. Let the solution sit for 6-8 minutes then strain it. You can also invest in highly potent tea infusion bags with other beneficial ingredients such as turmeric and tulsi.

Coriander Tea

Dhaniya, also known as coriander seeds, are rich in antioxidant properties. As one of the oldest spices, coriander is also a very effective antiseptic and an excellent source of dietary fiber. To prepare tea, add a teaspoon of coriander seeds to a pot of boiling water and boil for 5 minutes. Strain the beverage, and it’s ready for consumption. You can also drink it when cold.

Giloy Tulsi Juice

In Ayurveda, Giloy Tulsi is known as the natural healer due to its ability to boost one’s immune system.

Here’s what brings Giloy Tulsi juice to the top:

  • Relieves inflammation
  • Increases stamina and reduces stress
  • Boosts immunity and treats cold, cough, and various infections
  • Purifies blood and enhances the mind and body

Fenugreek Tea

Fenugreek is a spice that can be found in any Indian household. It not only makes a great addition to various dishes but also offers numerous health benefits. As a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, fenugreek can be used to combat diseases and improve digestion.

To get the most out of this remedy, soak fenugreek seeds in hot water and let it sit overnight. Drink the solution in the morning for best results.

Noni Juice

Deriving from the Morinda Citrifolia tree, this juice is known as a cure for plenty of diseases. It is considered to be a nutritional storehouse that acts as an immunity and digestion booster.

Noni juice also excels at encouraging weight loss, preventing and treating various ailments, and improving liver function.

Final Word

rejuvenating drinks will help you live healthily

From tulsi to fenugreek, there are many ayurvedic herbal drinks that have proven their right to be on this list. With the beverages mentioned throughout this post, you can now deal with nearly any kind of illness and most importantly, maintain a healthy body and prevent future problems. These rejuvenating drinks will help you live healthily!



    1. Hey Devendra, Thanks and glad you liked the post 🙂

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