There’s nothing nicer on a hot summer day than a refreshing glass of Thai herbal juice. But besides being a tasty, cooling, caffeine-free pick-me-up, herbal juices have a lot of wonderful health benefits. Apart from being deliciously tasty, there are also amazingly healthy! From soothing a troubled tummy to easing insomnia and cal-ming a troubled mind, herbs have all sorts of healing powers.
The perfect blend between sweet and sour gives this drink a refreshing feeling when served cold. Roselle has been a famous drink in Thailand for centuries with its attractive red colour, great taste and nutritional benefits. Roselle is well-known for lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. Rich in anthocyanin and vitamin C, it is also used to treat coughs and is thought to protect against the flu.
Butterfly Pea comes with a charming and mysterious violet colour and offers a long list of healthbe nefit. It has antioxidant properties, boosts immunity,trea ts beriberi symptoms, decreases the risk of cancer, lowers sugar levels in the blood, and is a great food for the brain. Some recipes call for adding lime juice to create an even more amazing colour, a touch of sourness and vitamin
LEMON GRASS JUICE:
This creative and refreshing drink is impressively carminative and helps the digestive system. Lemon grass is rich in vitamin A, calcium, and phosphorus that strengthen bones and teeth. It also helps flush out contaminated toxins from the body and lowers
Very well known for containing a high amount of vitamin C and packed with health giving properties. The sour and mildly sweet juice effectively relieves cold symptoms, enhances food absorption, balances stomach acid, fortifies the liver, nourishes the brain
and mental functioning. It also helps support the heart, strengthens the lungs, enhances fertility, boosts the urinary system, gives healthier skin, promotes healthier hair, cools down body temperature, flushes out toxins, increases vitality, strengthens
eyes, improves muscle tone and acts as an antioxidant.