5 Top Fruit Infusions perfect for the Yogi's – Infruition

5 Top Fruit Infusions perfect for the Yogi's

Infruition are super excited to be exhibiting at the Om Yoga Show in London, which runs from 21st – 23rd October. Are you coming along? We’ll be camped out at stand D4a, we’d love you to find us and say hi! We’ll be showing off our beautiful bottles and whipping up some cleansing infusions for visitors to sip on. Here’s a sneaky peak of some of our favourite fruity concoctions for budding yogis to try at home.

1) Lotus Water

This infusion is a classic blend for helping to flush toxins through your system after a class.Cucumbers are a natural diuretic, aiding the relief of water retention, while the lemon and grapefruit will cleanse your digestive tract. The mint adds a clearing burst of freshness. Find our how to make it here.

Grapefruit, Lemon, Mint & Cucumber Infused Water recipe


2) Happy Baby Water 

The combination of apples and cinnamon can help to boost your metabolism and flush through toxins and nasties. The pears and grapes add a subtle flavour dimension and provide an extra helping of vitamin C. Find out how to make it here.


Apple, Pear, Grape & Cinnamon infused water 


3) Warrior Water

Ginger is a natural pain reliever and healing agent, so it can help soothe those sore muscles after an intense workout. The cranberry adds a vibrant twist and turns the water a pretty pink, as well as being renowned for cleansing the digestive and urinary tract. Find out how to make this recipe here.


Ginger, Cranberry & Mint infused water recipe


4) Half Moon Water

This gorgeous looking water is packed full of anti-oxidants, vitamins and anti-inflammatories to give your skin a radiant boost. The mint cuts through the sweetness of the fruit, while the rosemary offers a subtly spicy undertone. Find out how to make the recipe here.


Strawberry, Watermelon, Mint & Rosemary infused water recipe


5) Dolphin Water

Pineapple helps to flush free radicals from your body, while blueberries deliver a huge antioxidant punch as well as a burst of vitamin C. Basil adds a herby twist and is an excellent source of magnesium, great for heart health. Find out how to make it here.


Pineapple, Blueberry & Basil infused water recipe


To all the amazing Yoga fanatics out there - what fruit infusions do you drink to stay hydrated? Let us know 

Until next time....

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