When to Have Hot Water and Cold Water as Per Ayurveda

Some people have a habit of consuming water of similar temperature for months. As per Ayurveda, the temperature of water should vary from season to season and also depending on the health condition. If taken with little bit of understanding, water works like an amazing medicine which comes for free!!!!!

Cold water Hot water

This post talks about conditions when it is good to consume hot water and when it is advised to consume cold water. Follow these indications and contra-indications to consume water with right temperature.

Indications for Consuming Hot/Warm Water

  • Cough Hot water cough
  • Breathlessness
  • Obesity Water hot obesity
  • Indigestion
  • Toxin accumulation
  • Fever Water Hot Fever_

Contra-indications for Consuming Hot/Warm Water

  • Intoxicated conditions
  • After 12 hours of boiling

 

Indications for Consuming Cold Water

Water Cold

  • Giddiness
  • Burning sensation Throat pain
  • Alcohol intoxication
  • Loose motions
  • ExhaustionWater exhaustion
  • Bleeding from upper orifices

 

Contra-indications for Consuming Cold Water

  • Bodily stiffness
  • Hiccup
  • Abdominal distention
  • Recent fevers
  • Throat ailments
  • Chronic rhinitis
  • After consuming something oily

Now use water, the very essential necessity, depending on your condition and experience its effective results. It is always advisable to seek an Ayurvedic physician’s advice for effective benefits.

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Live Strong and Healthy with MUSALI

Musali is a famous aphrodisiac herb of the Indian medicinal system. It conquers weakness, low stamina, degeneration, emaciation etc. This herb is high on nutritional value. The root of the herb endorses these properties.  Safed Musali-chlorophytum-borivilianum

Musali has majorly two popular varieties viz., Musali (shweta), the white variety and Musali (kali), the black variety. Their different qualities are available in the Indian market. The properties of both the varieties of Musali are nearly same. Therefore, both of them are used for common purposes.

Effective Herbal Combinations for Musali

Weakness and emaciation:Musali strength

 

Musali (shweta) along with babul gond, mishri, mulathi, isabgol and dry fruits can be taken to eliminate weakness and also improves health. This is a strength booster.

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Musali (shweta) with mishri if taken with warm milk, improves male libido.

Degenerative joint pain: Musali joint pain

Musali (shweta) can be taken with ghee and warm milk at night before going to bed. This strengthens the bone.

Aphrodisiac:

Powders of musali(shweta), musali (kali), talmakhana, gokhru (bada), kaunch beej, mishri, shatavari, ashwagandha and other such herbs can be mixed together and taken at morning and night time with warm milk.

Loose motions:

Musali (kali) powder is administered with buttermilk and rice and buttermilk is given as the diet.

At Gyan Herbal Home, we provide you the ready-to-use powder of musali. Also, looking into the seasonal benefit, we provide you Musali-Ashwagandha Laddus in the winters which cater the need for great stamina.

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