Here are our 6 favourite cool drinks you must not miss out on this summer.
One of the best ways to cool your body temperature is to drink lots of water that also helps keep it hydrated in sweltering summers. There are other drinks that Ayurveda suggests to include in ...
Cinnamon just not enhances taste but significantly contributes in improving health by cooling the body by up to two degrees, according to research.
Cooling tomatoes below 54 degrees stops them from making some of the substances that contribute to their taste, according to researchers who dug into the genetic roots of the problem.
Also known as tukmaria, sweet basil seeds or sabja seeds are consumed primarily in summers, due to their purported ability to cool down the body.
Chai is warming in nature and may results in gastric distress or may cause dehydration and summer headaches. Add these spices to your chai to stay cool naturally.
We love including lemons in our summer drinks and dishes, due to their refreshing taste and sharp flavour. Read on for 6 of our best cooling lemon recipes to treat yourself to, this summer!
With the weather finally brightening up, most of us can't help but cling to a chilled drink. I know that feeling but wait, don't reach out for it just yet.
Have you ever had a bite of something so spicy that it puts your mouth on fire? Here are 4 instant remedies to cool your mouth. You're welcome!
There are hardly any physical or psychological problems that Ayurveda doesn't have answers to. Here's a simple Ayurvedic diet to cool down tempers and treat anger and hostility.