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How to Make Rice Water

Have you heard that rice water is a good thing to learn to prepare?

How to Make Rice Water

Learning how to make rice water is really easy and you most likely already have all of the ingredients that you need to make it.

Why is rice water useful?

Rice water is useful when someone is having any type of stomach issues like vomiting or diarrhea. It is very calming if you have an upset stomach, insanely bland, starchy and helps with getting some nutrients into you (or whoever isn’t feeling well)

It really is simple to learn how to make rice water.

All you need is

  1. Rice
  2. Water

Those are the two ingredients you need, simple. Right?

Put two tablespoons of rice into a pot with 1 cup of water. Do not add salt. Now, bring the water to a boil and boil until the rice is tender.

Then strain the rice out and the milky liquid that is left over is the rice water you are looking for.

You can then eat the rice, or add it to a recipe or even use it to feed chickens or your pet dogs. Just don’t boil it for too long because then the rice water will be extremely thick.

We find that anywhere from 15-30 minutes is the right amount of time to boil.

If it gets too thick, you can water it down.

Be sure to let the rice water cool before serving the person who isn’t feeling their best. You can drink it warm or cold so keep that in mind.

Biggest Reason to Learn How To Make Rice Water

The primary reason to make rice water is for relief of diarrhea.

Bland and hydrating as a broth, rice water is a bit starchy and  provides soothing relief for stomach upset whether you drink it hot or cold.

This home remedy for diarrhea is effective and also provides a negligible amount of vitamins and minerals, which is beneficial over drinking water alone.

Benefits of Rice Water

Rich in the vitamin B complex, folic acid, iron, potassium, magnesium and zinc, rice water gains its properties during the cooking process of rice. White rice is ideal, since during the cooking process it loses more properties than whole-wheat rice. Among its biggest benefits are:

  • Natural energy.
  • For gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, nausea and vomiting.
  • Prevents gastroenteritis.
  • Helps regulate body temperature.
  • Recommended for pregnant women to induce breast milk production.
  • For relieving skin irritation.
  • Prevents and cures constipation.

 

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Amazing Herb Kills 98% Of Cancer Cells In Just 16 Hours

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Consuming thought it’s among the most deadly ailments, finally place and finish and researchers continuously try to look for a remedy to cancers. This plant is some of those remedies also it may destroy as much as 98PERCENT of cancers tissue in only sixteen hrs.
Specifically, based on the studies printed in “Life Science”, artemisinin, a “Sweet wormwood” or “Artemisia Annua” by-product, was utilized in Oriental medication also it may destroy 98PERCENT of lung cancers tissue in under sixteen hrs.

 

 

“In common, our outcomes display that artemisinin halts ‘E2F1′ transcription element and intervenes in damage of lung cancers tissue, indicating it provides a transcribing method based on which artemisinin regulates reproduction cancer-cell growth”

There are many tests performed to date plus they most show that in conjunction with metal, artemisinin may effortlessly ruin cancers, which remove was utilized regarding tens and thousands of decades in Cina, like a remedy for malaria.

Parasite can’t endure within the existence of artemisinine, since it is not poor in metal, and Bio Engineers Holly Lai from Washington’s College were the very first researchers to find out this.

 

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27 Ways To Use Baking Soda When SHTF

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Baking soda, in all of its wonderful glory, is an absolute “must have” in every SHTF BOB, BOV or bug-out anything. From insect bites to hygienic uses, baking soda is like a cure all for whatever could be ailing you. I have compiled a list of 27 ways that baking soda can be used in a SHTF situation.

1. Insect Bites

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Typical insect bites are not exactly dangerous or life-threatening, but after continuous scratching they can become worrisome and irritating. By applying a simple water and baking soda paste, you will find soothing relief from the itch that mosquitos and other bugs give you.

2. Freshen Mouth

Let’s be honest. Not everyone will remember to pack plenty of toothbrushes and toothpaste, so baking soda is a great alternative. Even using your damp finger to scrub baking soda around your mouth will kill germs and bacteria, and it will help keep your teeth white. This may sound trivial, but suffering from an abscess tooth while fighting off a herd of zombies does not sound like a good idea to me!

3. Soothes Feet

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You will be on your feet more than you are used to. Whether you are walking, running, hunting or scouting, you will likely have some very sore feet. Soaking your feet in warm water with about ¼ cup of baking soda will actually soothe your feet and help heal those blisters that have started forming.

4. Clean Batteries

Okay, this one is common sense, but it still needs to be included. A baking soda scrub will neutralize the battery acid corrosion. The important thing to remember is to disconnect the battery from all terminals before applying the paste, and always use a cloth (or like item) to scrub the acid away.

5. Extinguish Fires

Much like sand, when you throw baking soda over the fire it will put the fire out. This will come in handy when you are trying to quickly put out a fire and get out of dodge when there is a threat nearby.

6. Relief for Sunburns

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This method will not keep your skin from blistering, but by applying a paste of water and baking soda to the sore areas, the mixture will soothe your pain. It is recommended that you only use your precious baking soda on severe sunburns because you do not want to use it all up on something so minor.

7. Check Soil Acidity for your Vegetable Garden

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In all honesty, you should have some way to start growing your own food (if you have not started already), and baking soda can be a great help for your garden. If you mix ¼ cup baking soda with two cups of water and add one cup of soil, you will see the water bubble if the soil is acidic enough for a garden.

8. Poison Ivy Relief

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Okay, so poison ivy is mostly just an inconvenience. While this is true, there are some people who are highly allergic to it, and others who will have to care for infants, so having poison ivy relief can be extremely convenient. The soda helps to dry out the poisonous oils when a soda paste is applied to affected areas of the skin.

9. Melt Ice

If you live and plan to stay in the south, this might not mean much to you, but the northern hemisphere tends to get plenty of freezes in the winter months. The scavenging for food, you might have to run up and down stairs. You can spread baking soda over an icy surface to quickly melt the ice for easier and safer transport of goods.

10. Keep Animals out of your Garden

If you sprinkle a thick circle of baking soda around your garden, you will be able to keep rodents, deer and other animals away from your much needed food source.

11. Jelly Fish Stings

If you are caught in or around the ocean, you may end up getting stung by jelly fish. While urine is a great way to soothe jelly fish stings, you may be more inclined to put a baking soda paste on the affected area than you are to having your child or spouse spray you down.

12. Diaper Rash Relief

Not everyone has children, I get it… BUT for someone who does, this is something to keep in mind. Mixing a thick baking soda paste and applying it to a diaper rash can soothe almost any diaper rash.

13. Relieve Heartburn

Simply mix a tablespoon (approximate measures are fine) of baking soda with a glass of water, drink it down and you have given yourself the equal to a tablet of other fizzy heartburn relief medications.

14. Repels Household Bugs

Not everyone can live comfortably with cockroaches and ants, so this is something that you should keep in mind. If you sprinkle a thick layer of baking soda around a room, these bothersome bugs should keep away.

15. Removes Sweat Stains

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Okay, so you don’t have a washing machine, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t try to keep clean. If you scrub the soiled area with baking soda, you will notice that the stain has either reduced or gone completely away.

16. Removes Oil and Grease Stains

Again, this is trivial in a SHTF scenario, but it is something to keep in mind if you happen to meet your dream guy or gal and plan a scavenging date. Keeping clean is actually more important that most people would like to believe.

17. Exfoliates Skin

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You can use a baking soda paste to remove dry skin. Some people suffer from eczema or psoriasis, and this could really come in useful for them.

18. Removes Insecticides

If there was not a nuclear war, you will likely be safe to eat fresh fruits and vegetables. If this is the case, rinsing them with water and baking soda will rid them of the insecticides and other poisons that could be harmful.

19. Brush Pet Teeth

Just like humans, pet teeth are important to keep healthy. If it is your dog, he may be helping you hunt. With bad teeth, your hunting pal could become an unwanted burden rather than a tool for survival.

20. Relieve Body Odor

In the off-chance that you do find some running water and do not have soap, you can use baking soda as a body wash. If you have it handy, use it! Just because society has crumbled does not mean that you can throw away all forms of hygiene.

21. Cleans and Protects Hair

Again, hygiene is still kind of important. If you use baking soda as a shampoo, you will reduce grime and build-up while protecting your hair from unnecessary breakage.

22. Sweeten Tomatoes

When growing your vegetable garden, you can sprinkle baking soda on the top soil every few days. If you do this, your tomatoes will be sweeter and juicier.

23. Stuffy Noses

A stuffy nose can actually lead to some very hard times. Baking soda can be used to help relieve stuffy noses in the off-chance that you find or have a battery-operated vaporizer handy.

24. Remove Gassy Substances from Beans

Gas cramps suck! That’s all that can be said about that. If you are caught in a shoot-out, running from a threat or worse you do not want to be doubled over with stomach pains. Sprinkle some baking soda in that bean mixture, and you should be good to go.

25. Deodorize Pet Hair

You will likely be sleeping and eating with your pets. If you do not want that un-Godly pet smell, you can sprinkle some baking soda on their fur to rid it of odor.

26. No Weeds

When you finally settle into a new place, you will probably want to keep the weeds away for your much needed garden. Sprinkling baking soda on the area can help keep them from growing.

27. Repel Rain on your Windshield

If your wipers are bad and you have fuel in your care, you can sprinkle baking soda on your windshield to help keep the raindrops from forming and distorting your view.

As you can see, there are many uses for baking soda. If you are in a SHTF situation, you will want to conserve your supply, but that does not mean that you completely ignore cleanliness and hygiene. In this situation, doctors will be few and far between, so you will have to keep yourself healthy. Being dirty and unkempt can hinder your efforts.

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How to Cure Poison Ivy

Poison ivy, and its pestilent cousins poison oak and poison sumac, can give you a wretched rash if come into contact with it. If you’ve suffered the unfortunate event of running into a poison ivy plant, try these methods for getting rid of the rash that accompanies it.

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Toxicodendron radicans, commonly known as poison ivy (older synonyms are Rhus toxicodendron and Rhus radicans),[1] is a poisonous North American and Asian flowering plant that is well known for causing an itching, irritating, and sometimes painful rash in most people who touch it, caused by urushiol, a clear liquid compound in the sap of the plant. [2] It is variable in its appearance and habit, and despite its common name it is not a true ivy (Hedera). T. radicans is commonly eaten by many animals and the seeds are consumed by birds,[3] but is most often thought of as a weed.

 

Method 1 of 2: Treating Immediately

 

1) Rinse your skin. If you are outdoors when the poison ivy strikes, head for a stream or the beach for some water. Rinse the area that came in contact with cold water, being careful not to touch it too much with your hands or other parts of your body. Use the coldest water you are able to find as it will help to close up the pores in your skin, whereas hot water opens them and allows more of the toxic oil in.

  • If you encounter poison ivy near the beach, run to the water and use some wet sand to scrub at the area where the rash appeared. Then soak the rash in cold seawater.[1]
  • Avoid showering your whole body to rinse the rash, as you may worsen your exposure by spreading the rash to other parts of your body.

 

2) Dab on some rubbing alcohol. Pour a bit of rubbing alcohol onto a cotton pad and smear it over the affected area. Drowning out the skin with the rubbing alcohol may stop the spread of the poison, and prevent the rash from becoming even worse in the future. Do this as soon as you are able in order to prevent the rash from growing.

 

3) Wash off with dish soap. The toxins from the poison ivy plant are an oil, and therefore won’t be able to be removed completely with just water. Use a dish soap that advertises breaking up oil to wash the affected area. The dish soap should help to minimize the spread of the poison and limit the rash.

 

4) Put on an ice pack. Closing off your pores will keep your skin from absorbing the toxic oils. Hold a cold compress or an ice pack to the rash to constrict the pores. Doing this will also feel soothing on the blistered skin.

 

5) Remove any clothes that came in contact with the poison. If your clothes are covered in the oil from the plant, touching them later could spread the rash to other parts of your body. Remove any clothes near the area and wash them immediately, separate from any other laundry.

 

6) Crush up some jewelweed. If you are outdoors, look for jewelweed – a plant that often grows near poison ivy and is a natural cure for the toxins. It can be recognized as a low growing leafy bush with yellow and orange bell shaped flowers. Crush up some of the weeds to form a paste, and then smear them across the rash. Leave the paste for as long as you can, replacing with a paste of fresh jewelweed when it becomes dried out.

 

Method 2 of 2: Treating at Home After Exposure

Kitchen cupboard remedies


1) Make a paste of baking soda.
 This common household item will work to draw out the poisons in the skin and sooth the rash once it has already formed. Mix baking soda with a bit of water to form a paste, and then dab it onto the rash. Let it set until it dries out, and then rinse off with cool water. This process can be repeated several times daily until the rash disappears.

 

2) Wash with vinegar. Vinegar works many wonders, including helping to heal a poison ivy rash. Use regular or apple cider vinegar and pour it over the area. Let it sit on the rash until it evaporates. You can also pour some onto a cotton ball and dab it onto the rash for a more specific location.

 


3) Put on some cold coffee.
 Brew up a cup of regular coffee and let it cool or place it in the refrigerator. Pour it onto the rash or use a cotton pad to dab it on. Coffee contains an acid that works as an anti-inflammatory, which soothes the rash and brings down any swelling and redness.

 


4) Take an oatmeal bath.
 Oatmeal has long been used as a skin-soothing agent, and can be added to a bath to create a relaxing soak. Buy an oatmeal bath product or grind a cup of oatmeal in your blender and add it to a bath full of warm water. Soak in the mixture for 20 minutes to remove the itch of the rash.

 

5) Take a tea bath. Fill a hot bath with 6-8 bags of black tea. Black tea contains tannic acid, an anti-inflammatory that can help soothe a poison ivy rash. Soak in the tea for 20 or more minutes for the best results.

 

6) Use dish detergent, then oats. Wash the infected area with Dawn Dish detergent or any other brand that breaks up oils. Rinse the area with a lukewarm water, followed by cool water, to close up the pores. Apply witch hazel solution after it dries. Then, take a knee high sock or stocking and put some oatmeal inside it, tying it shut. Heat a small amount of water for about 1 minute. Insert the oat-filled knee high, end down into the hot water. When this has soaked a couple of minutes, squeeze out and dab onto affected areas. This will work as a drying agent. This method works well.

 

For the rest of the article on getting rid of Poison Ivy, visit WikiHow’s article: Get Rid of Poison Ivy Rashes

http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Rid-of-Poison-Ivy-Rashes

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7 Home Remedies for How to Stop a Toothache

A toothache usually happens at the worst time possible.

Most often, it happens in the middle of the night or when you are far away from your dentist.

Although you’ll need to see your dentist as soon as possible to find out the root cause of the problems,

these tips can help you get through the pain until you get to your dentist.

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1) Salt Water

A salt water rinse can help relieve the pain of a toothache.

Simply mix a spoonful of regular table salt in an eight ounce glass of warm water.

Swish this salt water mixture around in your mouth for 30 to 60 seconds and then spit it out.

Repeat a few more times. You can do this every hour if you need to.

2) Cloves

Cloves are used in many over the counter toothache remedies.

To make your own clove toothache remedy, mix a small amount of ground cloves with water or olive oil and apply to the sore tooth.

You can also purchase clove oil and apply a drop of it to the tooth.

3) Extracts

Vanilla, almond, peppermint and lemon extracts can all be used to relieve the pain of a toothache.

Just take the extract of your choosing and place a small amount on a cotton ball or cotton swab,
then place the cotton ball or swab directly on the sore tooth.

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4) Oil of Oregano

To relieve your toothache, mix a small amount of oil of oregano with a little water or olive oil.

Apply a small amount to your tooth with a cotton ball or cotton swab.

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5) Ice Pack

Icing the area will significantly help to reduce the pain of a toothache.

Wrap a small towel or washcloth around an ice pack and apply to the outside of your cheek where the pain is.

If you don’t have an ice pack, you can always use a package of frozen peas instead.

6) Baking Soda

Mix a small amount of baking soda with a small amount of war water.

Swish the mixture around in your mouth and then spit it out.

You can also apply the mixture to a cotton ball and apply it directly to your sore tooth.

7) Hydrogen Peroxide

Apply straight hydrogen peroxide to your tooth with a cotton ball or swab.

You can also make a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and warm water and swish it around in your mouth and then spit it out.

While these home remedies will help to relieve the pain, it’s important to see your dentist as soon as you can.

If you try these home remedies and the pain is still unbearable, it may be a good idea to go to the nearest emergency room for treatment.

Have you used any other home remedies to stop toothaches?

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