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All you need to know about Rice Water

In the age of modernisation, we have rapidly moved ahead with technology. In the process of doing so, our cosmetic reality has moved us away from our roots and the natural way of life. With globalisation, we all have access to expensive foreign brands for treating the smallest scar on our skin to treating dark circles under our eyes. However, we never try to take in cognizance the natural methods that our available to us and have survived the test of time. Rice powder is one cure to many of our problems. Let us discuss a few ways in which rice water makes life easy.

Reduces hair damage: Hair is often subjected to a lot of stress because of cosmetic methods like straightening, curling and colouring. Even prolonged exposure to dust and UV rays cause a lot of damage. Washing your hair with fermented rice water restores the lost sheen of your hair. Rice water deeply conditions and protects treated hair to give it a healthy bounce. It contains vitamins B and E, minerals and amino acids. The scalp easily absorbs these micronutrients.

Helps fight dandruff: Dandruff is a menace, and it leads to itching and irritation. A dry scalp coupled with fungal infestation might be the reason for dandruff. According to a study, rice water is 85-90% effective in treating dandruff. Boiled rice water from white or red rice kept aside for a day inhibits the growth of Malassezia, the dandruff-causing fungus. One can use this fermented water once a week as a hair mask. Just leave it on for as long as possible before a hair wash. However, the flakes might return when you stop using this remedy, which might happen in the case of anti-dandruff shampoos too. Hence, rice water can be a safer, cheaper and chemical-free alternative to anti-dandruff shampoos. Rice water treatment protects your hair from environmental, chemical and physical stress. It also inhibits the growth of fungal pathogens. Hence, it keeps dandruff and dry scalp issues under check.

Lightens skin: Rice water is much more beneficial than artificial beauty products. It helps you achieve a fairer and brighter complexion over time. Rice water contains no chemicals which means your face nourishes entirely. Massage rice water using finger tips and let it dry. Wash after a few minutes.

Heals acne: This is one problem that even the costliest solutions don’t help deal with adequately. Rice water, if judiciously used for treatment can be really beneficial. Apply all over the acne area with a cotton ball. Let it dry for some time. The redness effect will reduce. Do this every day. You will start seeing results within 2 weeks.

Cures Gastritis: One lesser known fact about rice powder is that it cures Gastritis. The rice water very effectively helps reduce abdominal inflammation and symptoms caused by gastritis. Just boil 150 grams of rice in a litre of water and let it cool. Drink this rice water daily as long as the gastritis symptoms last.

The benefits of rice powder are countless and the effects without side-effects. What adds to the deal is its easy availability and also the fact that it comes very cheap. Use rice water daily and you will see the results soon.



 18/06/2019  Dhanashree Shinde

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