Many health experts suggest that you should never break your fast with caffeinated drinks like tea or coffee. As per Nutritionist Dr. Simran Saini from Fortis Hospital in New Delhi, after a long day of fasting, one must avoid drinking caffeinated drinks. It can lead to an upset stomach, loose motions, gastric irritability, acidity, et al. Instead, you must drink the following sharbats that will immediately refresh you from a long day's fasting period.
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We suggest some amazingly hydrating and cooling sharbats that you can prepare at home this Ramzan during sehri or iftar:
1. Rose sharbat or gulab sharbat
Be it sehri or iftar, this refreshing sharbat will ensure a refreshing twist to your usual drinks. Valued for its fragrance and exceptional taste, rose petals have an uplifting, cooling and restoring effect. Go on and plan on making glassfuls of rose sharbat this Ramzan. Here's how you can make rose sharbat at home.
2. Phalse ka sharbat
Phalse are generally available during this season and you shouldn't be missing out on the opportunity to make sharbat out of these tiny delights. It is said that the phalse ka sharbat allays thirst and burning sensation and keeps your tummy cool. Here's an amazing recipe of phalse ka sharbat you don't want to miss.
3. Chandan ka sharbat
Chandan or sandalwood sharbat is known to cool down your body temperature and keep you hydrated throughout the day. This recipe of chandan sharbat has chandan powder mixed in sugared milk that makes an unusual but delicious drink. Here's an easy recipe of chandan ka sharbat.
4. Khus ka sharbat
You can make khus or poppy seed squash in the comforts of your kitchen and store in a bottle. Mix the homemade squash for a refreshing summer drink and consume it during sehri or iftar. Here is an amazing recipe of khus ka sharbat.
5. Badaam ka sharbat
A super-nourishing drink bustling with fragrant flavours of almonds, cardamoms and kewda that will be an exceptional addition to your beverage section. Here's a recipe of badaam ka sharbat you can make this Ramzan 2018.
6. Kokum sharbat
Kokum is a summer coolant drink which is perfect to sip during sehri or iftar, considering it is super refreshing and will help you keep active through the day.
7. Bael sharbat
Bael or wood apple sharbat is not only refreshing, but also nutritious at the same time. You can easily make bael sharbat at home and enjoy the pulpy drink at any time of the day. Here's how you can make bael ka sharbat at home.
8. Gur ka sharbat
All it needs is gur or jaggery and water along with some ice to make this super chilled and hydrating drink. You can also squeeze a lemon in the sharbat to make it tastier.
Go on and make your sehri and iftar special this Ramzan!