Delicious Natural Ramadan Drinks
All adult Muslims are abstaining from food and drink from dawn until sunset in the month of Ramadan for fasting; except old people and sick ones. As the body loses liquids, Muslims need to drink more of drinks after Iftar until sohor in order to avoid dehydration.
Moderation are always needed all the time. A lot of these drinks may be delicious and widely available during iftar and until suhoor, but that doesn’t mean you should be drinking too much of them. A few drinks of your choices can be highly processed, contain a lot of natural and organic materials.
Try to avoid the drinks that’s contain a lot of preservatives and have added ingredients you may not be aware. especially at the month of Ramadan.
Make sure that you aren’t drinking too much, and only enough to satisfy your cravings as well as hydrating your body.
Drink some hydrate drinks consistently. I think it’s the key to maintaining a healthy and sustainable fast is ensuring that you’re getting the energy and resources from food and drinks that can support your body. Eating for your enjoyment and pleasure is very important, but not as important as maintaining good health. Make sure you are drinking fluid constantly and drinking water every now and then when during iftar and suhoor.
The mix of dates & milk
And it’s useful and very healthy food that benefits the human body. Milk supplies calcium to your body, and dates contain iron-potassium-magnesium (necessary for voluntary muscle action) – sulfur-copper-calcium and phosphorus (necessary for muscle building and nerve tissue).
Sobia is a traditional Egyptian drink made from rice, milk, coconut milk and sugar. Flavored with vanilla, it is served very fresh, that is really a thirst quenching drink.
Karkade or hibiscus tea is classic Ramadan drink plus it’s very popular all year long, but in Ramadan its consumption soars to a whole new level especially in the Arab world.
Plus it is a perfect way to start Iftar as it contains enough sugar to boost the digestive system without over stimulating it.
Made from either rolled dried apricot or dried apricot paste, qamar al din contains digestive aids, metabolism regulators, vitamins, and other useful properties to your human body.
A fascinating drink made of tamarind popular during the fasting season of Ramadan in the Arab world. It tastes a little bit sour and is made by breaking the tamarind fruit; soaking it in water then sifting it. The juice is then sweetened with sugar, chilled and served cold.
Erk sous, extracted from the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra, a plant with blue flowers, has a distinct sweet flavor. It contains sugar, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and others minerals. Still today most Muslims drink it for its health benefits.
Although not to everyone’s taste, Erk-sous or liquorice drink, is better known in the form of candy than as a drink.
Khushaf is a dried fruit and nut salad, an old-fashioned Middle Eastern dessert. This wonderful concoction is made of raisins, dried prunes, dried apricots, slivered almonds, pine nuts and raw pistachios all dressed in apricot juice and perfumed with orange blossom water. It is then chilled and served cold at iftar.
Dom palm nuts are a shiny brown fruit, about the size and shape of a tomato. They grow in bunches on a palm tree and have been eaten since antiquity. Since the nuts are so hard and woody, they must be soaked to release the spongy, fibrous flesh from them. The flesh is then whisked in a blender with water ;and sugar to make a drink which resembles a frothy pulled tea.
jallab is a type of fruit syrup very popular drink in the Middle East. It’s made by diluting the syrup made of grape molasses, dates; and rose water with water and serving it in a tall glass with crushed ice. Try and choose one of these Delicious Natural Ramadan Drinks.