Ayurvedic Methods of Maintaining Hydration

1.Adding a pinch of Himalayan salt and a splash of lemon juice to your water replenishes your electrolytes, helping to prevent muscle cramps and other symptoms of electrolyte imbalance.  (More electrolyte boosters below.) 2.Adding cucumber or rose water to your bottle of water helps you stay cool and hydrated on hot summer days. 3.Drinking water that is boiled and cooled to room temperature is considered the best water to consume; however, hot water is therapeutic for indigestion, weight gain and stimulation. Cold water (does not mean iced water) is therapeutic for exhaustion, intoxication and dizziness Ayurvedic Methods of Building Electrolytes Diluted lemonade with maple syrup and a pinch each of Himalayan salt and black pepper A glass of lassi or buttermilk with a pinch of cumin and sea salt Fresh coconut water Mint-infused water with a pinch of black/rock salt Jaggery or “Gur” (unrefined cane sugar, boiled till solid), grated and melted in a glass of water with a squeeze of lemon and ginger extract Freshly squeezed fruit juices with ginger extract and Himalayan salt Concept of water intake :- Water consumed before meals acts like a juice, supporting the secretion and required pH balance of digestive enzymes. During meals, sips of water consumed in between bites of food acts like nectar. Water serves as a moisturizer that helps smooth the churning and breaking down of food; however, the speed and amount consumed must be limited. Water consumed at end of the meal is considered toxic because it dilutes enzymes needed for proper digestion

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