Once upon a time, rice was cooked in the same way as porridge. So porridge was served twice a day. The number of people who drink that porridge is very large at that time. It is said that adding some buttermilk and salt to porridge is very good for health. Ayurveda also confirms this. According to Ayurveda, porridge cooked with rice provides our body with many vitamins and minerals. In Ayurveda, this porridge is called ‘Tandulodaka’ is known as It is very essential for our skin, immune system and balance of electrolytes in the body. Porridge checks many problems in women. If there is burning, bleeding or diarrhea while urinating, drinking porridge will help you get well soon. So it is very good for everyone to drink porridge water once a day. Especially when the body is affected by dehydration, if you drink porridge water, you will recover quickly.
Those who cannot cook rice in the usual way, it is better to cook some rice, especially for porridge. Take a cup of rice and put it in a bowl, add two glasses of water and put it on the stove. Cook it well and keep it till it gets white thick liquid. Then strain and drink the porridge. Porridge goes well with coarse rice. Basmati rice does not come with as much porridge. Can also be taken with brown rice. Unpolished rice makes a healthy porridge. It is very good for children to drink it.
Ganji water is very nourishing for skin and hair. Not only drinking that porridge, but applying it to the hair and skin is very beneficial. Every woman suffering from leucorrhoea should drink ganja water. White discharge is more common in women suffering from leucorrhoea. People who have burning sensation while urinating should also get used to drinking porridge water. Actually porridge is an energy drink. Drinking this porridge will give you energy when you are weak, lethargic and tired. Porridge water is also very useful in increasing your energy levels. It is good for those suffering from cough and cold to make a habit of drinking porridge water.
Note: The information collected from many studies and researches has been provided here as usual. It is not a substitute for medical professional advice. Be sure to include this food in your diet only after consulting a doctor or a nutritionist. This information is for your information only.