Tandulodaka (Rice water)- it’s uses and method of preparation.

It is very easy preparation and useful in many conditions.
It is cold in potency, it balances pitta and vata dosha.
It is nutritional.

Tandulodaka is useful in following conditions
 Burning sensation
Burning and difficulty in urine
Heavy period
Leucorrhoea
Nose bleeding
Diarrhoea
Acidity
Weakness
Excessive body heat
Eczema
Fever
For good hair and skin -use it  both externally and internally.
Co drink of many Ayurvedic medicines.
 Plant fertilizer.

Things required  for 1 person one time dose.
1. Rice(1 tablespoon)  – use one year old, unpolished,raw not steamed rice Red variety rice are best but any rice can be used. 
2. Water(3/4 glass) –normal clean water,to make it more light boiled and then normally cooled down water can be used. 
3. Mud pot  – it is best to use but steel vessel can be used. 

Method of preparation
– clean and wash rice to remove dirt. 
-Soak rice in water in mud pot for 1-2 hours. 
– Then macerat rice for 1 minutes.
– Strain this, you will get cloudy water. 
– Have it once or twice a day, Consult Ayurvedic doctor to know dose, time and how long you should take it as per  your condition. 

When to avoid it?
❌In cold weather and in kapha  disorders it should be avoided like cough, cold, asthma etc.

Published by Dr. Amrita Sharma

I am an ayurvedic practitioner with experience of more than a decade, I have worked with best ayurvedic companies and now with the purpose of reaching out people to make them aware about ayurveda which is not just a system of treatment but a way of living to remain healthy

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