5 Reasons Why You Should Drink Dhania (Coriander) Water Daily – Expert Reveals
Can you picture an Indian kitchen without coriander seeds (dhania) on the spice rack? We can’t. It is used extensively in Indian cuisine and has a distinctive aroma that makes every dish delightful. Besides, dhania is also loaded with medicinal properties and adds several essential nutrients, including vitamins A, C and K in our daily diet. Hence, health experts and nutritionists recommend the inclusion of dhania in form of spice, herbal tea, kadha et al. A recently released COVID-19 guideline by AYUSH Ministry also advocates dhania-infused warm water as a healthy dietary practice.
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Life coach and celebrity nutritionist Luke Coutinho further highlighted the benefits of dhania-water. He took to his Instagram handle to share a video post featuring how to make dhania-infused water. He also mentioned its benefits and stated that one can have 1 to 2 cups of dhania water a day. Let’s take a look.
5 Health Benefits Of Dhania Water, As Per Luke Coutinho:
1. Reduce arthritis pain.
2. Helps water retention in the body.
3. Helps detox the kidney.
4. It is super cooling for the body and helps beat the heat.
5. Prevents a puffy face.
How To Make Dhania (Coriander Water) | Dhania-Infused Water Recipe
Step 1. Boil 1 tbsp coriander seeds in water for 5 minutes.
Step 2. Simmer and reduce to half.
Step 3. Strain and drink.
While speaking about the benefits and recipe of coriander water, Luke Coutinho also mentioned, “If you have severe medical issues related to your kidney, please keep your health experts informed and in the loop before trying,” he wrote alongside and concluded, “Make an informed decision e an informed decision.”
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