These combos replenish nutrients that the body loses during the day and nourishes it with antioxidants.
Benefits- Increases iron content, has a cooling effect on the body.
– 1 kg white pumpkin
– 50 gm carrot
– 50 gm beetroot
– 1 tbsp khus syrup
– 1 tbsp rose syrup
Chop the white pumpkin, carrot and beetroot into cubes. Blend in a juicer. Strain the juice. Stir in the khus and rose syrups. Garnish with rose petals.
Benefits- Helpful in reducing urinary infections and inflammation. Watermelon is a natural source of the most powerful antioxidants provided by nature. It is a good source of vitamins C and A, and is rich in electrolytes, sodium and potassium, which we lose through perspiration. Muskmelon has a significant amount of dietary fibre, making it good for those suffering from constipation.
– 200 gm watermelon
– 150 gm musk melon
– 1 tsp rose syrup
Chop the watermelon and musk melon and blend in a juicer. Add rose syrup. Stir well. Garnish with a piece of watermelon.
Benefits- This mocktail is cooling and acts as an energy booster. Bananas are high in iron, which helps the body’s haemoglobin function.
– 1 banana
– 200 ml milk
– 10 gm cashwenuts
– 2 tsp thandai syrup
Blend the banana and milk in mixer and add 2 tsp of thandai syrup. Shake well and garnish with nuts serve in martini glass.
Benefits – Reduces headaches, heat wave, and reduces acidity. Pears are excellent sources of water-soluble fibre. Drinking pear juice regularly helps regulate bowel movement. It helps prevent allergies and other skin problems. Green grapes help in reducing hypertension and act as antioxidants.
– 1 pear
– 10 green grapes
– 2 tsp peppermint syrup
– 2-3 mint leaves
Extract fresh juice from the pear and green grapes. Add 2 tsp of peppermint syrup. Add little bit of chopped mint leaves and pear. Shake well and serve in martini glass.
Benefits- This cooling mocktail is good for digestion. It is loaded with vitamin C, which boosts immunity.
– 4 sweet limes
– 1 amla
– 5 mint leaves
– 1 tsp ginger syrup
Blend the sweet lime in a juicer. Make a fine puree of amla, chopped mint leaves and add to the sweet lime juice. Add the ginger syrup. Shake all the ingredients together and serve.