The water in which
The water in which you boil eggs or potatoes may look murky but can do wonders for your plants. It is rich in essential minerals that facilitate plant growth.
For potato patties or tikkis, boil potatoes and cool them well before use. This helps starch in potatoes to settle down. They will not be sticky.
Boil pure water and add rose petals in it. Cool it and apply it on the skin to get rid of bumpiness.
Soak imli in water and squeeze out pulp, add little salt, boil it. Cool it, store in freezer in a microwavable bowl.
DRINK WATER: It aids digestion, cools your body, flushes out waste and carries essential nutrients to your body’s cells.
Furniture in the living room should facilitate movement and chat.Adding yin influences with plants, soft cushions and fish tank here helps.
Water flowing/water fountain from north to east is very good.
Boil whole, unpeeled potatoes, for they retain more nutrients than the peeled ones.
For light and fluffy scrambled eggs, add a little water while beating the eggs.
For bath use water ranging from warm to little cold. Hot water blushes skin. Cold water gives a fresh feeling.