Indian Drinks For A Healthier You

Indian Drinks For A Healthier You

While the monsoon season can be refreshing after a hot summer, the reality can't be rejected; monsoons could get some viruses and infections. The moist environment, heavy rainfall and breezy climate spread numerous infectious diseases.

Get ready for the season by following this Ayurvedic homemade immunity-boosting drink.

1. Drink for Cough and Cold

  • There are numerous old remedies for treating cough and cold. One of these involves blending ginger, turmeric, garlic, adulsa, and basil leaves together and pouring out their juice. Take 1 & 1/2 tsp of this mixture four times a day.
  • An imbuement of coltsfoot leaves infused with honey was suggested, just like a syrup produced using bubbling coltsfoot leaves and an equal amount of plantain leaves with an equal measure of honey.
  • One more remedy involves boiling coltsfoot leaves, garlic and brown sugar in the water and serving it hot.


2. Insomnia-Relieving Home Remedies by Ayushakti

Drink this concoction 20 minutes before you go to bed, 

  • 1/2 teaspoon- piper longum root powder 
  • 1/4 teaspoon -nutmeg powder
  • 8 to 10 strands of - saffron
  • 1 teaspoon - ghee
  • 1 cup - cow milk (if allergic, you can use almond milk)
  • Raw Canned sugar (optional)


3. Immunity-Booster Tea

Ginger is one of the most amazing spices to remember for our eating schedule during monsoon. It has mitigating and antibacterial properties. Ginger is one of the most outstanding home remedies for an upset stomach.


Recipe for the drink:

  • Take one cup of water in a pan and add freshly grated ginger.
  • Then, we have to heat the water and add tea leaves. 
  • Finally, Ginger tea would be prepared in 5 minutes or less!

Take one step to boost your immunity with this simple herbal home remedy. 

Please click here to watch how to make herbal tea.

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D-Vyro provides protection from all types of viral infections. It has been proven in many scientific reports; ingredients like Pomegranate peel, Kalmegh, Tulsi, Shunti, Dalchini etc can enhance the immune power, kill all types of viral infections and prevent the viral attacks remarkably well. Herbs like Yashtimadhu, kantakari, Tulsi, shati, Dalchini etc are proven for its effectiveness in improving respiratory functions, removing blocks and inflammations from the respiratory channels, thus relieving allergies and infections.


4. Turmeric and Black Pepper Tea

The magical turmeric, available in every Indian family, has strong cancer prevention properties. In addition, it contains curcumin which has antifungal and antibacterial qualities.

We can transform this magical spice into turmeric tea for the season by essentially adding a teaspoon of turmeric powder to your tea. We can also add pepper and honey to this blend to boost its disease-battling capacities.

Recipe for the drink:

  • Boil one cup of water, add a dash of turmeric
  • Add tea leaves; for sweetener, you can add brown sugar or honey.
  • Crush some black pepper (just 1-2 black peppercorns) to give a little woody taste.
  • Give a good boil to the blend. Serve it hot


5. Basil Tea (Tulsi Tea)

Instead of drinking boiled water, you can add tulsi(basil leaves) and have it. Tulsi leaves have antibacterial and calming properties, supporting our immune system and keeping us healthy during the monsoon season.

Recipe for the drink:

  • The recipe is simple: boil the water along with some Tulsi leaves.


6 . To Clear Congestion And Mucus

Follow this very safe and effective home remedy to clear the congestion and expel the mucus.

Recipe for the drink:

  • ¼ tsp. Fresh ginger (adrak) juice
  • ¼ tsp. Turmeric (haldi) powder
  • ¼ tsp. Garlic (lasoon) juice
  • ½ tsp. Fresh basil (tulsi) leaf juice
  • 2 tsp. Honey (madh)
  • 1 pinch of Black pepper (kali mirch)powder
  • Mix all the ingredients well.Keep it refrigerated if you are making a large quantity and wish to use it again. 
  • Remember to bring it to room temperature before using. Take 1½ tspn of this mixture four times a day. Children can safely take this cough mixture.


7. Pomegranate Peel Tea

Dr. Smita Naram, the founder of Ayushakti, says that - you can be your own healer, in emergent times & her home remedy will play a significant role in assisting your immunity.

Recipe for the drink:

  • Pomegranate - 1 outer peel
  • Add 2 glasses of water and boil and make a decoction
  • Boil and make it 1/4th of a glass
  • Strain in a cup
  • Add a teaspoon of turmeric
  • Drink this throughout the day

Recommended Ayushakti Herbs

  • Divyaswas jivan 1 tablet each twice daily
  • Asthaloc 2 tablet each twice daily
  • Kaphano Syrup 1 teaspoon 3-4 times a day



These herbs have been proven to be effective for more than 27 years. They soothe sore throats and deal with coughs, liquefying and expelling mucus and clearing congestion.



Aside from these drinks, continuing to hydrate routinely over the day is crucial. Stay hydrated this monsoon and keep the diseases at bay. Meanwhile, Add these simple go-to drinks to your everyday practice to remain healthy and safe against viruses throughout this monsoon season!

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Author of the Blog: Dr.Ronak Naik


Expert Review By: Dr Smita Pankaj Naram


Co-Founder, Ayushakti Ayurved Pvt Ltd