Is chilled water is good to quench thirst in hot weather ?? 🤔

Avoid ice cold water or drinks.

👉Drinking ice cold water is strictly prohibited in Ayurveda. 👍

👉 In summer, vata gets accumulated, vata which is cold in nature get aggravated when things similar in its properties like cold water is taken. 🌱

👉 Vata aggravation can result in 80 types of diseases like pain in body parts,stiffness, bloating, constipation, dry skin, rough skin,black discoloration of skin, hair fall,dandruff, tinnitus, pulsation, tremor, memory loss, convulsions, unstable mind etc. 🌷

👉 Extremely cold water dampen digestive fire which causes Indigestion resulting in accumulation of toxins which clog body channels and ultimately cause many health issues like obesity, hypothyroidism,constipation, bloating, respiratory disorders etc. 🌷

👉Use boiled and naturally cooled down water as it is easy to digest and improve digestive fire. 🌷

👉Use khas, rose buds, amla, chandan, Manjishtha, fennel, clove, mulethi etc to make water cool, boil them with water and let the water cooled down, filter it and store in mud or silver pot.
Make it fresh daily.

👉This type of cold water is good for use in hot weather, in alcoholic intoxication, fatigue, vomiting, excessive thirst , burning sensation,increased pitta, blood toxicity and in bleeding disorders.

Can we drink warm water or hot water in hot weather??

👉Vata and pitta dominant person should avoid hot water in hot weather, kapha person or in kapha disorders warm water can be taken .

Published by Dr. Amrita Sharma

I am an ayurvedic practitioner with experience of more than a decade, I have worked with best ayurvedic companies and now with the purpose of reaching out people to make them aware about ayurveda which is not just a system of treatment but a way of living to remain healthy

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