This DIY recipe explains how to use Thazhuthaazhai leaves (Punarnava), to purify blood . When someone’s blood is contaminated with toxins/impurities, it is called impure blood. Blood impurity is a disease and it affects the liver and the blood in the whole body. When impure blood is circulated in the whole body, it affects all body parts and highly affects the liver. Impure blood can cause the following problems:
- Hormonal imbalance
- Insufficient sleep
- Poor metabolism
- Cardiovascular issues
- High blood pressure
To avoid all the above mentioned diseases, purifying blood regularly is a very important task. Many natural remedies are available to purify blood.
Benefits of Thazhuthaazhai leaves: Thazhuthaazhai leaves, called as Punarnava, is one of the popular herbs used in Ayurveda and Sidha. This herb is found in plenty in India and other Asian countries. Thazhuthaazhai usually grows abundantly after rain. This edible herb, contains many medicinal properties in it that is used to treat many ailments. Thazhuthaazhai leaves are natural coolant, laxative, diuretic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial by nature.
Benefits of Palm sugar: Palm sugar is a sweetener that is extracted and processed from the flower buds of the palm tree. This is one of the best alternatives to white sugar since there is very less processing required and does not contain chemicals. Palm sugar is rich in zinc, iron, manganese, vitamin B, folic acid, choline, copper and anti-oxidants. Its low on the glycemic index and regulates sugar absorption. Palm sugar is a healthy alternate for people who are affected by diabetes and blood pressure.
When thazhuthaazhai leaves and palm sugar are combined together to form a medicine, it does not cause any side effects. It also improves general health. Follow the simple instructions in this DIY to prepare the drink.
- 5 or 6 Thazhuthaazhai leaves (Punarnava)
- 1 teaspoon Palm sugar
- 50 ml Water
- To prepare a blood purifier drink, you need thazhuthaazhai leaves (punarnava), palm sugar and water.
- First add water to a pan and start heating.
- In the meanwhile, clean the punarnava leaves and chop it.
- Add the leaves to water.
- Add palm sugar (powder or rocks) to water. Let it boil for 10 minutes.
- Cool it down and strain it.
- Drink is ready.