Take Health Benefits Of Rice Water: Nowadays, rice is cooked in a cooker and even if it is prepared traditionally, Most people throw the rice water but the experts say, the water is beneficial for our skin, hair, and health. Rice water has a high amount of carbohydrates and amino acid, which gives energy to the body.
- Provides energy.
- Successfully prevents from gastroenteritis(food poisoning) by dehydrating the body.
- Due to its richness in fiber, it can also help in reducing the risk of cancer.
- Regulates body temperature.
- Prevents and cures constipation.
Weakness: Rice water has a high amount of carbohydrates. It gives energy to the body and removes weakness.
Glow: Wash your face with rice water. It is beneficial in getting rid of from pimples. It removes stains from the face. It makes skin soft and increases the glow.
Hair: Use rice water as a conditioner after washing your hair. It is beneficial in hair fall. Hair becomes soft, silky and increases rapidly.
Dirk Circle: Apply rice water under your dark circle with cotton. You should do it before going to bed. It removes dark circle in few days.
Constipation: Rice water has high amount of fibers. It improves digestion and gives relief from constipation.
Insufficiency of Water: Drink rice water when you get insufficiency of water in the body. it gives instant relief.
Diarrhea: Drink rice water in diarrhea. It gives immediate relief.
Viral Infection: Rice water has antibacterial properties. Drink it during viral infection. It gives comfort and energy in fever.
Stomach Irritation: Drink rice water when you get stomach irritation. It provides relief from it.
Vomiting: Drink 2-3 times rice water in a day, when you are suffering from vomiting. It gives real relief.
How do you make rice water?
I don’t know about your cooking but the last time I made rice, all the water was absorbed, and I was left with my perfectly cooked rice. So obviously you have to go about making rice water differently, using way more liquid than rice requires. Put two or three tablespoons of whatever white rice you have on hand — simple white, sushi rice, jasmine or basmati for example — into a small saucepan and add two cups of water. You can try purified or distilled water or regular filtered tap or bottled water.
Don’t add butter or salt. It’s the starch from the rice we’re after, not added ingredients. Boil for 20-30 minutes until the water becomes a milky white liquid. Some people don’t even bother with the boiling and instead simply soak the rice for 30 minutes. However, some proponents insist that boiling draws out more of the starches from the rice into the water.
Regardless of your method, strain the rice after the allotted time, reserving the water. You may be able to use the rice in recipes like soups or for sushi, otherwise, discard. Cool, the rice water and store in a glass jar with lid. Keep in the refrigerator up to four days.