A classic summer drink, lemonade is both thirst-quenching and tangy. You can adjust the sweetness to your liking and even add a hint of mint for extra freshness.
Brew herbal teas like mint, chamomile, or hibiscus, then chill them in the refrigerator. Add a slice of lemon or a few fresh berries for added flavor.
Nature's electrolyte-rich beverage, coconut water is a great way to replenish lost fluids. It's low in calories and naturally hydrating.
Slice cucumbers and add them to a pitcher of water with fresh mint leaves. Let it infuse in the refrigerator for a refreshing and hydrating drink.
Blend fresh watermelon chunks with ice for a hydrating and naturally sweet slushie. It's a delicious way to cool down on a hot day.
Brew a pot of ginger tea, let it cool, then add fresh lemon juice and ice. It's a zesty, invigorating drink that can help settle the stomach.
Aloe vera is known for its soothing properties, and when mixed with water, it makes a hydrating and calming drink. Ensure you're using edible aloe vera meant for consumption.
Mix water with a pinch of salt, a bit of honey or a natural sweetener, and a squeeze of citrus juice (like lemon or orange). This DIY electrolyte drink can help replenish minerals lost through sweat.