Nowadays the summer is in full swing and the weather is excruciatingly hot. Just today in the afternoon the temperature was 42˚C in Islamabad. On top of this Muslims around the world are currently fasting for the month of Ramadan. This sort of heat can be extremely dangerous to your health. Dehydration and heat can even cause heat stroke, which is fatal if not treated immediately. In a typical year, as many as 175 Americans die from extreme heat, according to the National Weather Service.
Here I give you a simple remedy in the form of Indian Rennet (Doda Paneer) that naturally helps you regulate your body temperature and keeps you cool during extreme heat. Indian Rennet (Doda Paneer) is a great boon to those of us who are fasting and helps us to let the day pass easier. The Doda Paneer has special properties that help keep your internal temperature normal and flush out any toxins. Beat the heat with this amazing natural remedy.
Indian Rennet has a number of other health benefits as well; it is very good for diabetics. It also cleanses your blood of toxins and hormonal imbalances. Paneer is anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, as well as an excellent supplement to improve heart problems.
If you find this helpful, try our other health tip, a simple remedy for mouth sores.
½ tsp. Doda paneer
¼ Cup Water
- Soak the Doda Paneer in the water overnight (no less than 6 hours) in a covered utensil.
- Strain the Paneer from the water in the morning,
- Keep the water, discard the paneer.
- Drink the water in one gulp.
- Follow with a pinch of salt to cleanse your mouth of the bitter taste.
The water is very bitter, however, you get used to it very quickly and soon you will not even taste the bitterness. The main point is that the paneer keeps your body heat regulated and keeps you cool even in the hottest of weather.
Picture 1 Taken From: https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2016-08/documents/print_heat-deaths-2016.pdf
Picture 2 Taken From: http://jariboti.pk/paneer-ke-phool-benefits-of-indian-rennet/
Disclaimer: This blog is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. The reader should regularly consult a physician in matters relating to his/her health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.