Treat a heat stroke: A lot has to do with our lifestyle habits especially during summers. A prolonged exposure to the sun or an excessive exertion in the heat combined with a low water intake can trigger a heat stroke during the scorching season.
Excessive sweating can lead to a fluid and electrolyte imbalance in the body and chronic dehydration. Consuming more alcohol or caffeinated drinks can further aggravate the condition and lead to a heat stroke.
# Onion Juice
Apply onion juice behind the ears and on your chest. It will help bring down your body temperature.You can also eat raw onions in the form of salads or chutneys. This too helps cool your system down.
# Tamarind Drink
Imli is rich in vitamins, electrolytes, and minerals. Soak some tamarind in boiled water. Strain the imli water, put a pinch of sugar in it and drink it. This recipe lowers the body temperature and also acts as a mild laxative. It is a tangy way to treat stomach disorders.
# Aam Panna
This is the best and natural go-to summer drink which doubles up as a health tonic. Made with raw mangoes and spices, it cools your body. Ideally drink aam panna twice or thrice a day. As it is loaded with pepper, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, and kala namak, aam panna gets you ample energy and electrolytes.
It is a great source of antioxidants (which bring down the internal inflammation that may be caused due to a heat stroke), plus the fruit keeps your body well-hydrated. Soak some plums in water until they get soft. Mash them in water and strain it. Then consume it to combat a heat stroke.
# Buttermilk And Coconut Water
Up your fluid intake as the mercury soars to avoid suffering from a heat stroke. You can tantalize your taste buds with some yummy buttermilk or gulp down a glass of refreshing coconut water to stay hydrated.
# Coriander-And-Mint-Leaves Juice
Take the juice of dhaniya and pudina and add a pinch of sugar to it. You get a cool home remedy to reduce the body heat. Coriander juice is also good for reducing menopausal heat and flushes.