Water Infused Drink


Water Infused Drink keeps us cool, hydrated and very refreshing during summer. You can take at least 2 drink separately during the each day. It is natural ways to make summer refreshment at home and stay away from aerated drink.

It’s simple, quick and easy, where you can make a whole range using everyday ingredients such as fruits and veggies etc.

Choosing the Ingredients

There’s no limit to playing around with different flavours to create your own infused water. Here are some ingredients that work particularly well, both, it terms of taste as well as nutrition (giving you your much needed dose of minerals, vitamins and electrolytes) –


  • Citrus – grapefruit, lemon, key lime, lime, orange
  • Berries – strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, cherries
  • Tropical – pear, pomegranate, mango, pineapple, kiwi
  • Melons – cantaloupe, watermelon
  • Other – apples, grapes, plums, peaches


Cucumber and pepper

How to Make Infused Water

Step 1: First, cut the vegetables and fruits in desired pieces and put them in a jar. After that, use a wooden spoon or a regular spoon to just mash them a bit.

Step 2: Pour some water in the jar and mix well.

After following these steps, allow the ingredients to settle in the water for some time, either at room temperature or store it in the refrigerator.

The Healthy Beverage

Apart from being delicious and refreshing in taste, infused water is loaded with nutrients that are essential during summers. These nutrients help in giving you a boost of antioxidants that are known to fight against free radicals,  it also helps your skin to stay smooth and silky.  It also helps in increasing your metabolism, having a good body shape, gives more energy and get rid of toxins in your body.

So, what are you waiting for? Try making your own infused water to fight the heat this summer and refresh yourself and have a great summertime.

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