Summer Tips: Know Cooling Herbs For Summer!


Cooling Herbs For Summer: In the summer season, when the mercury crosses 45 degrees Celsius, the risk of heatwave increases significantly. Measures to avoid this must be taken or else you may fall ill. India's famous nutritionist Nikhil Vats said that if you want to keep the body cool in the summer season and avoid heat waves, then you can include some healthy cooling herbs in your daily diet.


Cool Herbs for Summer

1. Green Coriander

Green coriander is a plant that is used to garnish many recipes, which increases the taste of food a lot. It is a low-calorie diet and there is no shortage of vitamins and minerals in it. Eating it helps in removing heavy metals like lead and mercury present in the body. It is a cooling herb that provides relief to the body in summer. The anti-microbial properties present in coriander can protect against bacteria and infection. You can either make green coriander chutney or eat it by mixing it in a salad.

2. Mint


Mint has a cooling effect, and its taste and smell are also refreshing. Iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, and vitamin A and vitamin C are found in this herb. The menthol present in these leaves helps in relaxing the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract, which prevents complaints of indigestion, gas, and flatulence in summer. Mint plants can be grown at home. You can eat mint leaves directly, mix them in lemonade, and drink them, or include them in a salad. 

3. Lemon Balm

Many people do not get good sleep due to the heat in summer, in such a situation lemon balm can be a source of relief. These leaves are rich in antioxidants and also contain vitamin C, folate, and thiamine. This herb has relaxing properties which help in relieving anxiety and improving sleep. It is also very good for the stomach. You can mix this herb with salad, lemonade, and iced tea.

4. Tulsi

Tulsi is a great medicinal plant, but in India, it is considered very sacred from a religious point of view, so its plant is definitely seen in the courtyard and pots of most houses. This Ayurvedic herb can be a source of relief for you in the summer season. It contains vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, magnesium, iron, calcium, and potassium, which greatly increase its nutritional value. Tulsi contains eugenol which has anti-inflammatory properties, which can reduce pain and swelling. You can prepare cool drinks with the help of basil leaves or it can also be included in salads.

Disclaimer: Dear reader, thank you for reading this news. This news has been written only to make you aware. We have taken the help of home remedies and general information in writing this. If you read anything related to your health anywhere, then definitely consult a doctor before adopting it.