AYURVEDIC IMMUNITY BOOSTER

Strengthening the immune system is more important than ever in 2020. Ayurveda is the right choice for protecting their body naturally from viruses and other pathogens.

The Indian doctrine of healing relies on a vitamin-rich, antibacterial, and antiviral nutritional concept to strengthen the immune system – for example, in power drinks. Ayurvedic herbal and spice elixirs, which can easily be remixed in this country, activate the “Ojas” – endogenous life energy that is mainly responsible for the holistic feeling of well-being and, in particular, the body’s defenses.

Traditional Ayurveda hotels in India and Sri Lanka have revealed their best recipes for Ayurvedic immunity booster drinks – they are healthy and delicious:

Ayurvedic Immunity Booster From Nikki’s Nest

Mrs. Maria and her daughter Nikki run the authentic Ayurveda resort Nikki’s Nest in Trivandrum, India, with their Herbal Beauty Clinic. Maria and her team have mastered Indian healing theory for many years and know how to implement protection against viruses in an Ayurvedic way without much effort:

Virus stopper by Nikki’s Nest

  • 4 to 5 basil leaves
  • ¼ teaspoon turmeric
  • 1 pinch of pepper (powder)
  • 1 small piece of ginger and garlic (as needed)
  • 250 ml water (warm)
sliced watermelon with lemon on shot glass
Actual drink may vary

Drunk in the morning and the evening, the Ayurveda experts at Nikki’s Nest swear by the herb-spice mixture as a virus stopper.

Ayur Vedic immune cocktails from Ananda in the Himalayas

The Ananda in the Himalayas is one of the top addresses for Ayurvedic cures in India. It even attracts top international stars to the former Maharajah palace near the city of Rishikesh. Strengthening the immune system has been practiced here as a preventive measure and a cornerstone for treating various diseases for 20 years. The in-house Ayurveda doctors recommend traditional herbal mixtures that get the body’s defenses going:

Antiviral and immunity-boosting herbal blend by Ananda

  • 20 g turmeric powder
  • 10 g dry ginger powder
  • 30 g fennel powder
  • 10 g dry basil leaf powder
  • 5 g black pepper powder
  • 20 g ashwagandha powder
  • Mix all ingredients and store in an airtight container
lemon detox on brown wooden top
Actual drink may vary

To improve immunity, add five grams of the spice powder mixture to warm water (optionally with honey) in the morning and evening and drink slowly.

Ayurvedic herbal infusion as an immune booster by Ananda

  • 1.5 tsp turmeric powder
  • 2 to 3 leaves of Tulsi
  • 1 small piece of ginger (crushed)
  • 3 to 4 seeds of black pepper
  • 0.5 tsp fennel seeds
  • honey

For the immune booster, add all ingredients to 200 milliliters of water and boil for three to five minutes. Add honey to taste and take it in the morning and the evening as a warm drink.

Ayurvedic power teas from the Barberyn Ayurveda Resorts in Sri Lanka

The three houses of the Barberyn Ayurveda Resorts in Sri Lanka offer traditional Ayurveda therapies to improve well-being and sustainably well-being. According to the in-house Ayurveda experts, traditional immunity-boosting is achieved by restoring digestive power, healthy food, detoxification of the body, and positive thoughts. In addition to the consumption of fresh vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, spinach, and carrots with carrot greens, the Ayurveda experts at Barberyn rely on home-made immune preparation. Teas as health boosters:

Coriander Ginger Tea by Barberyn

  • Lightly toast one teaspoon of ground coriander seeds.
  • Finely chop an approximately 2.5 cm piece of ginger.
  • Put the ginger and the coriander powder in a large cup or teapot.
  • Pour hot water over the top and let it steep for 15 minutes.

Pour the liquid mixture through a sieve (strain) and drink warm.

clear drinking glass on brown wooden surface

Indian gooseberry tea (Amla Berry) by Barberyn

  • Boil 10 g of dried gooseberry fruits with 500 ml of water (about 10 minutes) until the liquid is reduced to one cup
  • Strain and drink warm

Ayurveda for a robust immune system – additional tip:

First and foremost, all ingredients should be natural and come from the region. Seasonal herbs, vegetables, and fruits are best suited for physical well-being. In addition to plenty of fluids, Ayurveda recommends three warm meals a day. Also: only eat when you are starving and eat your meals slowly, without hectic.

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