Rudraksha in Disease Control
Rudrakasha is considered as a very effective Ayurvedic medicine.The electro magnetic waves emitted by the Rudrakasha seeds may be responsible for its amazing powers in the medicinal and spiritual fields.
Rudrakasha is considered as one of the best medicines in Ayurveda. These seeds are warm and humid in temperament and have a bitter taste. The vaidyas and astrologers recommend Rudrakash for external besmearing ad well to be taken as an oral drug. Rudrakasha is used in the treatment of various diseases.
Aesthetically very attractive looking, Natural Tranquilizer beads worn around heart keeps blood pressure under control. For this it is necessary that the Rudrakasha bead should touch the heart of the patient. One bead has the same effect as the whole rosary. This bead will cool down the body temperature and bring peace to a personís mind.
All the beneficial powers of Rudraksha Beads - alleviates depression, boosts confidence stamina of mind & energy levels. Monitors Blood pressure. Soothing and tranquilizing beads enhances focus of mind to perform at highest potential.Enhances focus and concentration of Mind. Will be able to clearly feel the enhanced energy levels within few days of wearing - lasting life long.
The paste of ten-faced Rudrakash with milk relieves a person suffering from a prolonged cough. This medicine should be taken thrice a day. It is used as a cure foe skin diseases, sores, ringworm, pimples, boils and burns also.
Rudrakasha is also recommended for pregnant women and also for women suffering from hysteria and coma.
For cure of smallpox equal quantity of black pepper and Rudrakasha should be powdered and taken with water.
Children suffering from frequent fever should wear three-faced Rudrakasha.
Mental diseases can be cured by consuming milk boiled with four faced Rudrakasha seed. This also helps in increasing your memory.
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