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Saturday, January 16, 2016
Read This And You Will Never Throw Away The Rice Water Again
This is the right time to read and find out about this extraordinary Chinese medicine, and its cosmetic and health benefits that you’ll have if you consume the rice water and practice the treatment regularly.
Maybe you have already heard that the water in which you washed the rice is rice-water, but that is not true.
You can use that water, but you will not get the same health effects as if you were using the original rice-water (which is obtained by boiling the rice in it).
It is recommended to put more water when preparing rice-water than you usually put when cooking rice for lunch.
The water in which rice has released some of its useful properties is the one you need.
You can drink it while it is hot or you can leave it to cool down and use it to wash your face or hair with it.
How rice water affects your health?
It increases the concentration of carbohydrates and gives your body energy, as well as successful cures gastroenteritis, acts preventive against cancer, regulates high blood pressure, regulates body temperature.
Washing the face with this water cleans the skin. It is an excellent replacement for tonic, it helps against the creation of pores on the face. Washing hair with this water will give it shine and help your hair stay healthy.
The right way to prepare rice water:
If you think that rice water is the water in which rice is washed, then you are wrong. You could use this water as well, but this water won’t have all the benefits.
To prepare the rice water the right way, you need to boil the rice and put more water than you usually put.
When it boils and it’s ready separate the water and the rice, and you can drink the water warm or let it cool for a while.
This is the proper way of preparation of the rice water. The Chinese use it regularly and they claim that this water helps in so many ways, so at least it’s worth a try.