Do you want to know about this detox juice? This juice works like a magnet to pull out all the toxins in your body. It is Ash Guard’s juice, scientifically termed Benincasa hispida. In Sanskrit, it is named Kushmand, which means a tiny egg of energy.
Ash Guard naturally grows in South-East Asian countries such as India, Sri Lanka, China, Nepal, Indonesia, and the warmer southern regions in Australia. It is widely used in Chinese medicines and Ayurveda.
It tastes like water, i.e., tasteless, is globally available, and is the most alkaline vegetable available on Earth. More oversized Ash Guard is suitable for making juice. You can store this for months uncut; after cutting, you can keep it for five days in freeze.
How to make Ash Guard Juice ?
To prepare one glass of Ash Guard juice, you will need to cut 250gms piece of Ash Guard approximately.
First, remove its peel and then remove its seeds as well. It is essential to remove peel and seeds before making the juice because otherwise, it tastes bitter. Now cut it into small pieces and slowly add them to the juicer; add some coriander leaves (5-6).
Nutritional value of Ash Gourd
The Ash Guard nutrition facts for a 100g serving are as:
|Total Fat||3.9 g|
Benefits of Ash Guard Juice
Helps prevent bleeding
It is a natural anticoagulant and helps to control bleeding, and this works wonders for internal bleeding.
If taken regularly, it prevents inflammation of the nose, commonly occurring in summer. In addition, hematuria, ulcers, hemorrhoids, and other such bleeding can be prevented by consuming the juice of Ash Guard.
Keeps the stomach and intestines free from parasites
It has natural properties, which help deal with ulcers on the stomach and intestinal membranes. It works as an antimicrobial agent and helps in removing all the harmful bacteria of the stomach and intestine.
Benefits in constipation
The gastroprotective and antioxidant properties present in Ash Guard help relieve stomach-related problems such as constipation and gas.
Keeps kidneys healthy
The antioxidant properties in Ash Guard juice help keep the kidneys healthy, and regular consumption strengthens your kidneys.
Helpful in urine infection
In the past, the Ash Guard juice was known as the drug of urine infection.
Relief in ulcers
The antiulcer properties present in Ash Guard juice can help relieve ulcer discomfort.
Useful in weight loss
Its juice makes you full for a more extended period and thus helping in weight loss.
Beneficial for face and hair
Apply the juice to the skin with lemon juice; it removes the skin’s dark spots and brings a natural glow.
Its juice is one of the permanent treatments for dandruff. To get rid of dandruff, you need to apply the juice to your hair one hour before shampooing.
Helps in fighting mental illness
It helps in dealing with mental illness as it acts as a natural sedative. It has a calming effect on the nerves and brain and helps reduce nervous system conditions such as epilepsy, anxiety, insomnia, neurosis, and paranoia.
Ash Guard for Heart
Soluble fiber reduces the absorption of cholesterol and fat in the body. It eliminates bile which consists of cholesterol, and thus reduces the overall cholesterol reserves from the body.
Recovers joint illness
Ash Guard juice is anti-inflammatory, reduces bone and muscle pain, and heals joint disorders such as arthritis, osteoporosis, gout, and fractures. It has three essential bone-fortifying minerals: calcium, magnesium, and phosphorous, which increase bone mass and helps regain flexible movement in muscles and joints.
Ash Guard juice boosts the immune system because it is a powerhouse of vitamin C and a host of flavonoids and carotenes.
Ash Guard juice is genuinely the powerhouse, but don’t consume more than the desired quantity because excess of anything is wrong.
You should include the juice in your daily morning routine, and within a week, you will notice the difference. Please share with me your experience in the comments section. Don’t forget to like, follow and share my blog.