Homemade Simple Detox Water Recipes

Easy ways to make a drink that detoxifies and beautifies

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Nowadays, a most-used drink of the time is detox water. It does purify the body as well as adding vitamins in your diet to improve your health and beauty. The point is that detox water is not hard to make as most of the ingredients are already in your kitchen.

What to prepare: A two-litre water bottle (preferably a glass jar or transparent plastic one), sliced vegetables and 1-2 litres of filtered water.

How to do: Put ingredients in ⅔ jar, then fill it with filtered water. Let the drink sit in the fridge for 1-2 hours before drinking.

How to use: You can make detox water a replacement of regular water. Once you drink up, you can refill water for 2-3 times until the water returns tasteless. Here are the popular detox drinks with amazing benefits that you must try:

Classic cucumber water

Uses: Adding vitamins and beneficial minerals, reducing cravings, fighting inflammation, protecting brain health, bringing nice-smelling breath.

Recipe: 1 cucumber, no toot thin sliced. A few sprigs of mint.

Blueberry and orange water

Uses: Boosting metabolism, aiding weight loss effectively, improving skin appearance.

Recipe: 2 sliced oranges. Some blueberries (dried ones are acceptable). Some mint leaves to your taste.

Apple cinnamon water

Uses: Anti-ageing, detoxifying the body, reducing the risk of diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, blood pressure,…

Recipe: 1 ​​apple, thinly sliced, seeds removed. 1 or 2 cinnamon sticks (do not use cinnamon powder), rinsed and dried.

Watermelon, strawberry and mint water

Uses: Clearing heat, refreshing the liver, preventing chances of diabetes, balancing blood pressure, helping weight loss, improving skin efficiency.

Recipe: 4 cups of watermelon, medium chopped and lightly crushed. 6-7 strawberries, cut in half. 6 sprigs mint, lightly crushed.

Ginger Mango Water

Uses: Detoxifying effectively, supporting the digestive system, enhancing brain health. Recipe: 1 small ginger root, peeled and sliced. 2 ripe mangoes, peeled, cut into cubes.

Note: prefer sour mango.

Peach and strawberry leaves water

Uses: Curbing cravings, adding many vitamins, clearing heat, losing weight. Recipe: 10 slices of fresh peach. 1 sprig of strawberry leaves.

Orange strawberry water

Uses: Rich in vitamin C, anti-ageing, anti-inflammatory.

Recipe: 1 sliced ​​orange. 6-7 strawberries.

Lemon, cucumber and pomelo water

Uses: Purifying the body, boosting the immunity system, preventing the risk of heart disease, beautifying skin, slowing the ageing process. Recipe: 1 lemon. ½ pomelo. 1 medium sliced ​​cucumber. Several mint leaves.

Ginger lemon water

Uses: Detoxifying, cleansing the body effectively, preventing nausea, relieving pain.

Recipe: 1 sliced ​​lemon (or lemon juice). A few slices of ginger, lightly crushed. Several mint leaves.

Lemon, orange and cucumber water

Uses:Enhancing metabolism, detoxifying the liver, fighting inflammatory, fastening weight loss.

Recipe:2 sliced ​​oranges.1 sliced ​​lemon. 1 sliced ​​cucumber. Several fresh mint leaves.

Apple cider vinegar water

Uses: Eliminating toxins in the blood and liver, supporting the digestive system, boosting immunity the system, improving memory.

Recipe: 2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar.1 sliced ​​lemon. Several mint leaves.

Things to notice when using detox water

It is advisable to combine with a sensible diet and daily exercise to achieve the best effect.

Not all fruits work well together. There are many fruits combination that causes stomach upset and discomfort in the body, such as pomegranates and apricots, papayas and lemons, oranges and carrots, etc. Do not use metal containers because the acid in oranges, lemons will react chemically with the metal and create toxic substances for the body.

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