Recipes for 4 summer detoxifying drinks

Some energy drinks can be prepared in a jiffy to avoid heat and sun fatigue. 

Here are some natural summer drinks that are tailored for a glass or cup:

  • Fresh Gooseberry Drink


  • 1 cup gooseberries 
  • 1-inch ginger
  • One spoon of lemon juice
  • One scoop of black salt
  • 1/2 spoon sugar


1. Take out all the seeds of gooseberries and peel 1-inch ginger

2. Chop the peeled ginger and grind all the ingredients together finely

3. You can grind it by adding water as required

Filter it and serve. Sugar and salt can be increased or decreased according to taste.

  • Grapes mojito


  • 10-15 grapes
  • 1/2 glass water
  • 1/2 glass soda
  • One spoon of lemon juice
  • One scoop of sugar
  • One pinch of salt
  • One spoon of fresh mint leaves


1. Put grapes, lemon juice, sugar, salt and mint leaves in a bowl

2. Mash the ingredients well and add water and soda

3. Strain the drink in glasses and serve

You can take a glass of soda instead of water if you want. This will keep the taste strong

  • Orange ginger drink


  • 1 Orange
  • One spoon of ginger juice
  • One spoon of lemon juice
  • One pinch of salt
  • 1 cup water


  • Extract the juice by squeezing the slices of the orange
  • Add orange juice, lemon and ginger juice to the water
  • Mix the salt well too. Adding water can balance the taste
  • Mint leaves can also be added

Do take a sip of this drink while going out in the sun. There will be no headache, sweating or tiredness.

  • Mint and ginger lemonade


  • 1/4 cup mint leaves
  • 1/2 spoon ginger
  • One spoon of lemon juice 
  • 1-3 spoons of sugar
  • Three teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup water


1. Finely grind mint leaves and ginger

2. Filter it in a jar

3. Mix until sugar and salt dissolve

4. Mix in the lime juice. Add a cup of water to the jar

Balance the flavour by adding water as needed, although the drink can be prepared by mashing the mint and ginger lightly. 

Extra tips for drinks:

Add four to five ice cubes or crushed ice cubes to the fruit drinks. A small spoon of rose syrup or strawberry syrup can also be added for extra flavour. Don’t forget to add fresh mint leaves over every juice. You can fill up these drinks in a glass jar and store them in a fridge, but it will be better to consume them until evening.