Happy Monsoon and the Lifestyle according to Ayurveda

 


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


Written and Edited by Dr Vikram Singh (Md, Ayur)
Founder of Ayurcare

Monsoon is a season of romance. The cool breeze and damp smell of the earth after a long roasting summer turn the mind ecstatic. Jumping in the puddles, dancing in the rain, going for a long drive etc add to the pleasure. However, it continues to remains so until an individual holds good health as rainy season brings a plethora of diseases along with. It has been observed that there is an increased occurrence of air and water-borne diseases in the rainy season.

Ayurveda lays emphasis on prevention of diseases rather than to cure them. Based on the analytical reasoning, Ayurveda recommends different regimens of diet and lifestyle for different seasons to ward off the imbalances in the body and thereby helps in boosting immunity and maintaining good health. This concept of following a specific diet and lifestyle modification in a specific season to prevent various diseases is described as Ritucharya.
Ritucharya is derived from two words –


1. Ritu (Season) and
2. Charya (Regimen or routine to be followed).



(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

 

Monsoon season is categorized as Varsha Ritu in Ayurvedic texts. It ranges from the month of Shravana toBhadrapada (Mid July to Mid September) and denotes the onset of Visarga Kala or Dakshinayana or Southern Solstice. During this season, the sky is covered by clouds and rains occur without the thunderstorm. The ponds, rivers, etc are filled with water.

Ayurveda describes the aggravation of Vata and accumulation of Pitta in Varsha Ritu. Constant raining, moisture in the atmosphere and cold weather results in aggravation of Vata which was accumulated during the dry and dehydrating heat of the summer; while Pitta accumulates following the conducive acidic conditions of the atmosphere as the predominant Rasa is Amla (sour) and Prithvi and Agni are predominant Mahabhutas in the rainy season.

According to Ayurveda, Agni is responsible for the digestive & metabolic activities of the body. During monsoon, the digestive fire or Agni weakens, leaving digestive system most vulnerable to various ailments. Diet thus followed during this season should balance the vitiated doshas and stimulate Agni to perform proper digestion.

Monsoon is the time when body’s immunity drops, thus proper care should be taken to prevent possible illnesses like general debility, blood and skin related problems, pain and swelling of joints, ringworm, fever, malaria, dysentery etc. In addition, other virus and bacteria related diseases may also emerge.

Here are few simple guidelines recommended by Ayurveda that should be followed during the monsoon season. By following these dos and don’ts, you’ll be able to celebrate the monsoons without fearing its adverse impact –

DIETARY REGIMEN 

 

 
ü One of the foremost rules in monsoon in Ayurveda is to eat according to the ability of one’s digestion. One must use spices such as pepper, ginger, asafoetida (Hing), garlic, cumin powder, coriander and turmeric for enhancing digestive capability. A small piece of ginger with rock salt before every meal is highly recommended. These help in improving immunity too.
ü Consume warm, light and fresh foods prepared from barley, rice, wheat, gram flour, corn or oats. Brown rice and bread are the best food items to go with during monsoons.
ü Avoidance of curds, red meat and any foodstuff, which takes longer time to digest, is good during the monsoon. One may have buttermilk instead of curds. Include cow’s ghee in daily diet to kindle the digestive fire.
ü Consumption of uncooked / raw leafy vegetables and salads should be avoided. You may consume their sour and salted soups instead. However, if you want to have them raw, they should be washed thoroughlyto ensure removal of bacteria and dirt before eating. The leafy vegetables contain larvae too and you need to be very careful in finding them while washing. The vegetables recommended in this season include yam (Suran), snake gourd (Turi), pointed gourd (Parwal), bitter gourd (Karela), cluster beans (Gavaar), apple gourd (Tinda), pumpkin, brinjal, bottle gourd and garlic etc.
ü Drinking boiled water with a dash of honey, or sipping on hot and herbal tea is ideal for this season. Drink small portions of lukewarm water throughout the day for good digestion. Pure water should be taken. If the water is taken from well, pond or river, then alum should be applied before using it. Water should be consumed within 24 hours of boiling. Avoid drinking excess fluids at this time as this further slows down the metabolism.
ü Among fruits, stick to pomegranates, mangoes, bananas, apples, lychees and cherries. Stick to seasonal fruits during monsoons as the unseasonal ones can easily get infected with microbes and worms during the monsoons.
ü Avoid non-vegetarian foods in monsoon. The possibility of germ content is highest in non-vegetarian foods.Those who can’t should go for lighter meat preparations like soups and stews rather than heavy curries.
ü Increased intake of sweet, sour and salty food is recommended while excessive pungent, bitter and astringent tastes should be avoided. Food, which contains acid, salt and greasiness, should be taken.
ü Although it is difficult to resist snacks in the cool weather, your diet should mostly consist of cereals and vegetables cooked in minimum of oil. If you want to snack, there is no dearth of healthy options. In rainy season, prefer grilled items such as bhutta (corn), chana (black gram), etc as humidity is very high and these food items are relaxing to the system and will not lead to accumulation of doshas. Having oily food would create problems in digestion.
ü Eat food cooked at home always. Excellent road side temptations like pani puri and bhel puri are not prepared hygienically and thus may cause stomach aches. So it would be better to control yourself till the end of the season so as to keep yourself healthy and fit to enjoy the monsoons to the fullest.
Avoid eatingchaats, fried items such as pakoras, pre-cut fruits and juices from roadside vendors
Avoid foods such as pasta, soups, and other such foods which are meant to be good host for the growth of bacteria. Avoid fermented foods which include idli, dosa, uttapam, etc. People tend to eat a lot of junk and fried food during the rainy season. This can lead to weight gain and lethargy.
ü Excessively spicy foods such as tamarind and pickles should be avoided. They add taste to your food but can be very heavy in the monsoon.
ü Don’t consume food which is stored in cold storage or a refrigerator.
ü Fasting is especially recommended in the monsoon season, particularly for people fond of erratic eating. You can gain a lot of health benefits simply by observing a weekly or fortnightly fast during monsoon. It helps to improve your digestive fire.
 LIFESTYLE MODIFICATIONS


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

 

Consumption of healthy diet only may not provide desired results unless supported by lifestyle modifications. Following are the tips for important changes in lifestyle of rainy season –

 

ü Avoiding daytime sleep is good as it hampers digestion and slows down the metabolism. Similarly, waking during night too is a bad thing to do as it further vitiates an already aggravated Vata.

 

ü Over exertion or over work will lower your metabolic rate and hence must be avoided. Perform only moderate exercises such as light walks and simple yogasanas. Do not tire yourself.
ü Keep the surrounding dry and clean and do not allow water to stagnate at places near you as it offers mosquito, flies and many microorganisms which may cause many diseases like malaria, typhoid, common cold, conjunctivitis, cholera and a variety of skin diseases.
ü Avoid getting wet in the rains. Always carry an umbrella. However, if it happens, it is better to take a bath with clean water and change into dry clothes as soon as possible in order to avoid exposure from infections as immunity is naturally low during monsoon. Keep body warm, to protect any attack from viruses as and when body temperature goes down.
ü Dampness breeds fungal and bacterial infections. Hence home as well as workplace should be damp free.
ü Oil massage followed by a warm water bath regularly is recommended.
ü Fumigation with likes of loban and dry neem leaves for drying cloths and killing insects / bacteria is recommended.

 

ü Use of Perfumes is advocated in this season.
PANCHAKARMA

Varsha Ritu or Monsoon season is considered as the best to go through Ayurvedic treatments since the moist climate opens up the pores in the skin, making it more receptive to all the medications and treatments. Ayurvedic treatments are highly recommended during this season in order to prevent any kind of disorders and to boost immunity.
Here are few key benefits of Ayurveda during the Monsoon season
 

 

Balances the vitiated doshas

 

Increases immunity

 

Cleanses & detoxifies the body

 

Rejuvenates body & mind 
Prevents lifestyle disorders like diabetes, blood pressure & stress

 

Conclusion
In this season, more especially, people of vataja prakriti and likewise people suffering from vataja disorders like arthritis (rheumatoid as well as osteoarthritis), backache, lumbar and cervical spondylosis, insomnia, swelling in joints, sciatica, body aches etc are major sufferers. They must consult an Ayurvedic consultant so as to avoid a Vata imbalance.
If the above-mentioned diet and lifestyle is followed during the Monsoon, one can do their best to balance the body and mind.
Note: Article is Originally Written by Dr VD Singh and Author can be reachable at https://drsinghspeaks.blogspot.com/
With Regards,

 

 

 

Dr V D Singh MD (Ay)


Ayurcare, Vijaypur (Jammu)
Mobile : +91- 9419180272 | +91- 9622361874

 

 

Ritucharya: An Overview of Seasonal Regimen in Ayurveda by Dr Vikram

 
Written and Compiled by Dr Vikram Jasrotia (Ayr, MD)
Founder of Ayurcare
PREFACE

Ayurveda is the ‘Science of life’. Its fundamental and foremost principle is to maintain the health of a healthy individual by following proper diet and lifestyle regimen rather than to treat or cure an ailment. To achieve this goal, Ayurveda explains various protocols as per the need and necessity of an individual. These protocols vary from person to person as Ayurveda doesn’t accept ‘one-size-fits-all’ as true. As per Ayurveda no two persons are exactly alike in the given time. Hence the treatment is recommended keeping a variety of aspects of ailment and ailing individual in mind.
Apart from age, sex, constitution etc of the sick, various other external factors too are taken into consideration while treating a person, which may intermingle with the wellness of that individual. For example, the environmental factors including temperature, humidity, wind, rain, clouds, the nature of the land, water of the given place etc are kept in mind while designing a treatment protocol. To be more precise, the treatment plan for an individual dwelling in the mountainous terrain of Kashmir will be different from a person residing in tropical Punjab. Likewise choice of drugs varies from season to season.
TRIDOSHA
 


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

 

 
This whole Universe is composed of five basic elements called Panchamahabhuta or Panchatatva viz., Ether (Akash), Air (Vayu), Fire (Agni), Water (Jala) and Earth (Prithvi); and man being the microcosm of this Universe, too is made up of these five basic elements. These five elements interact in specific patterns constituting Vata, Pitta & Kapha collectively called as Tridosha.
Tridosha are basic humors or bio-entity of the body. However, they can’t be seen being a non-physical entity, yet are evident through their bodily functions and typical symptoms. The balanced state of Tridoshas symbolizes health and imbalance of the same is considered as illness.

RITUCHARYA 
 
Ayurveda advocates that our body is affected by seasonal changes. As stated above, man is microcosm of the Universe. Vata, Pitta &Kapha govern all bodily activities of human as Air, Sun and Water do in the ecosystem of earth. As we see various changes in ecosystem such as scorching heat in summers, biting cold in winters etc, man being a part of the same ecology, his body is also influenced by such alterations in external environment. With the change in season, the change is evident in the environment we live in. If body refuses to adopt the stressors arose because of the changes in specific traits of seasons, it may lead to imbalance of Tridosha, which in turn may render the body highly susceptible to one or other kinds of disorders. To avoid this imbalance of Tridosha, Ritucharya (seasonal regimen) has been mentioned in the classics of Ayurveda.
Lifestyle diseases are a result of an inappropriate relationship of people with their environment. Ayurveda has depicted various rules and regimens regarding diet and behavior to acclimatize seasonal alterations and thus prevents the derangement of homeostasis which may cause various diseases such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, cancer etc. Ritucharya is a mode of living one’s life in context of the seasons. It is an ancient Ayurvedic practice literally meaning ‘seasonal regimen’. It recommends different diets and lifestyle schedules in each season which help in retaining the health. This could range from obvious choices such as wearing warmer clothes during the winter to seasonal eating habits. The importance of Ritucharya in Ayurveda is that the principles from it can be applied daily to benefit one’s body.

SEASONS
 
 
Ayurveda describes six seasons, each of two months duration, namely Shishira, Vasanta, Grishma, Varsha, Sharada and Hemanta in a year. A year (Samvatsara) is further divided into two semesters (Ayana), consisting of six months with three seasons each.
(1) Uttarayana or Northern Solstice – It indicates the ascent of the Sun or when the Sun appears to move northward. It comprises ofShishira, Vasanta & Grishma seasons. It is Agneya (Fire-like property) in nature.
(2) Dakshinayana or Southern Solstice – Dakshinayana indicates the descent of the sun or when the Sun appears to move southward. It comprises of Varsha, Sharad and Hemant seasons.
Uttarayana or Adana Kala or Northern Solstice 
 


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Uttarayana is also called Adana Kala. Adana means ‘to take away’. In Indian subcontinent this period may range from mid – January to mid – July when warmness and dryness in atmosphere increases and reaches its peak. The Sun and the wind become extremely powerful during this half of the year. The scorching heat of the Sun takes away the moisture and cooling quality of Earth leaving it dry and rough. Likewise energy and strength of the creatures also dries up leaving them debilitated. Adana Kala brings increase in the Tikta (bitter),Kashaya (astringent), and Katu (pungent) rasa (taste) respectively, in the successive ritus, which brings about dryness in the body and reduces the Bala (strength).
According to modern science this can be compared with the movement of Earth around the Sun to the position in which the rays of the Sun fall perpendicularly at 30 degree meridian of the North Pole on June 21st every year, called as summer solstice.

Dakshinayana or Visarga Kala or Southern Solstice 
 
Dakshinayana, also known as Visarga Kala is for giving of strength and vigour in all living beings. During this period, Moon dominates the Sun and anabolic activity dominates over the catabolic activity in the environment. The Sun releases the strength to the people while Earth is cooled down due to the clouds, rain and cold wind. Unctuousness sets in the atmosphere and Amla (sour), Lavana (salty), and Madhura(sweet) Rasa are predominant, so the strength of person enhances during this period. This period ranges from mid – July to mid – January in the Indian subcontinent.
According to modern science, this can be compared with the movement of the earth around the sun to the position in which the rays of the sun fall over 30 degree meridian of the South Pole perpendicularly on December 21st every year, called as winter solstice.
CLASSIFICATION OF SEASONS

TRIDOSHA STATUS IN DIFFERENT SEASONS

Vata dosha accumulates during the dry or dehydrating heat of the summer. In rainy season, due to constant raining, the moisture and cold weather aggravates Vata. The apetite (Agni) becomes low and causes indigestion.

Pitta accumulates during the rainy season due to the acidic conditions of the atmosphere and a weakened digestion. It is aggravated during autumn when the heat returns .This occurs after the cooling spell of the rainy season.
Kapha accumulates during the cold season due to the cold and dampness caused by the winds, clouds and rain. It gets aggravated during the spring when the warm weather liquefies the accumulating Kapha.
SEASONAL VARIATION IN HUMAN STRENGTH 
In the beginning of Visarga Kala and ending of Adana kala, i.e., during Varsha and Grishma, strength gets weak and debility occurs. In the middle of the solstices, that is, during Sharata and Vasanta, strength remains in moderate grade and during the end of Visarga Kala and in the beginning of Adana Kala, that is, during Hemanta and Shishira, maximum strength is seen.
SEASONAL VARIATION IN POTENCY OF TASTES 
 


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The following table summarizes the tastes which are more powerful and hence can be included in the diet in each of the six seasons.

Conclusion:
As adaptations according to the changes, is the key for survival, the knowledge of Ritucharya (regimen for various seasons) is thus important.Note: Article is Originally Written by Dr VD Singh and Author can be reachable at Ayurcare.
With Regards,Dr V D Singh MD (Ay)
Ayurcare, Vijaypur (Jammu)
Mobile : +91- 9419180272 | +91- 9622361874

Remedy for childless or those having difficulty in conceiving


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


Article written by Jatinder Sandhu


Remedy For childless couples

बाल गोपाल श्रीकृष्ण के बाल रूप को कहा जाता है। कृष्ण जी अपने बाल रूप में बेहद नटखट थे। हिन्दू धर्म के अनुसार कृष्ण जी के बाल गोपाल स्वरूप को सर्वाधिक पूजनीय माना जाता है। भगवान श्री कृष्ण के बाल स्वरूप की पूजा करना निसंतान दंपत्तियों के लिए बेहद शुभ माना जाता है। संतान बाल गोपाल मंत्र एक ऐसा ही मंत्र है जो निसंतान दंपत्तियों के लिए आशीर्वाद समान माना जाता है। 

संतान गोपाल मंत्र का प्रयोग (Santan Gopal Mantra for Child) 



 ॐ श्रीं ह्रीं क्लीं ग्लौं देवकीसुत गोविन्द वासुदेव जगत्पते
देहि मे तनयं कृष्ण त्वामहं शरणं गतः । shrim hrim klim glaum devakisuta govinda vasudeva jagatpate
dehi me tanayam krishana tvamaham saranam gatah. 

 मान्यता है कि इस मंत्र का प्रतिदिन 108 जाप करने से जातक को संतान प्राप्ति अवश्य होती है। साथ ही ज्योतिषी सलाह देते हैं कि मंत्र जाप के साथ-साथ अपने शयन कक्ष में श्रीकृष्ण की बाल रूप की प्रतिमा रखना चाहिए। इस प्रतिमा की श्रद्धाभाव से पूजा करते हुए उन्हें लड्डू, माखन मिसरी का भोग लगाना चाहिए।

 संतान प्राप्ति के लिए कृष्ण जी के एक अन्य मंत्र ।

 सर्वधर्मान् परित्यज्य मामेकं शरणं व्रज।अहं त्वा सर्वपापेभ्यो मोक्षयिष्यामि मा शुच।।
Sarvadharman parityajya mamekam Saranam vraja.
Aham tva sarvapapebhyo moksayisyami ma sucha. 

Fast for childless couples and the way to do it




(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

शिव चतुर्दशी व्रत विधि (Shiv chaturdashi vrat vidhi in Hindi)
on the designated day go the Shiva temple without eating and drinking anything, offer coconut wrapped in mouli or roli, two whole suparis, two male gender fruits like banana or mango, do abhisheka and offer all these to shiv linga. Donate one lota vessel and white cloth to young pujari ( priest) not to an old one ( this is to be done first time only ) all the other procedure to be repeated each time. Then come home and drink cold and sweetened milk, have some fruits if required or if the medical condition is such that its required.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

( fast to be done by the couple)

हिन्दू धर्म के अनुसार प्रत्येक माह की चतुर्दशी तिथि को भगवान शिव को समर्पित शिव चतुर्दशी का व्रत किया जाता है।

 भविष्यपुराण के अनुसार प्रत्येक महीने के कृष्ण पक्ष की चतुर्थी को “शिव चतुर्दशी” कहते हैं। इस दिन पूरे विधि-विधान से शिव जी की पूजा की जाती है। इस व्रत को करने से व्यक्ति काम, क्रोध, लोभ, मोह आदि के बंधन से मुक्त हो जाता है।

 शिव चतुर्दशी व्रत विधि (Shiv chaturdashi vrat vidhi in Hindi)

भविष्यपुराण के अनुसार शिव चतुर्दशी व्रत में भगवान शिव के साथ माता पार्वती, गणेश जी, कार्तिकेय जी और शिवगणों की पूजा की जाती है। शिव चतुर्दशी का व्रत करने वाले जातक को त्रयोदशी के दिन मात्र एक समय भोजन करना चाहिए।
इसके उपरांत चतुर्दशी के दिन व्रत का संकल्प लेकर शिव जी की धूप, दीप पुष्प आदि से पूजा करनी चाहिए। शिवजी की पूजा में भांग, धतूरा और बेलपत्र का विशेष महत्व होता है।

 चतुर्दशी के दिन रात्रि के समय शिव मंत्रों का जाप करना चाहिए। 



(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

शिवजी के कुछ विशेष मंत्र निम्न हैं:
“ऊँ नम: शिवाय” व ” शिवाय नम:”

रात को सोते समय इस मंत्र का जाप करना चाहिए:

शिव चतुर्दशी व्रत का फल (Benefits of Shiv chaturdashi vrat in Hindi)

शिव चतुर्दशी का व्रत जो भी व्यक्ति पूरे श्रद्धाभाव से करता है उसके माता- पिता के सारे पाप नष्ट हो जाते हैं।

 इसके अलावा उसके स्वयं के सारे कष्ट दूर हो जाते है तथा वह जीवन के सम्पूर्ण सुखों का भोग करता है। इस व्रत की महिमा से व्यक्ति दीर्घायु, ऐश्वर्य, आरोग्य, संतान एवं विद्या आदि प्राप्त कर अंत में शिवलोक जाता है।

 पौराणिक मान्यता के अनुसार चतुर्थी के दिन भोलेनाथ की शादी मां पार्वती से हुई थी, इस दिन भगवान शिव के भक्तों द्वारा उनकी बारात निकाली जाती हैं। उपवास के दौरान भक्तों को गेहूं दाल और चावल से दूर रहना चाहिए।

इस दिन कई भक्त बिना आहार ग्रहण किए व्रत करते हैं लेकिन जो लोग निराहार नहीं कर सकते हैं वो फल, चाय, कॉफी का सेवन कर सकते हैं।

Regards,
Jatinder Sandhu
Medical Astrologer

Understanding Heart Issue fatality – Child death Heart attack/stroke and astrological connection

Article Written by Jatinder Sandhu

The circulation of human body is based on three zodiac signs Leo the heart and pump , Sagittarius the arterial system and Aquarius the venous system, Sign Aquarius has been named Hridya roga in Brihat jatak ,roughly translated it means a heart disease. 

Planet moon signified blood and heart,sun heart and circulation,as per Greek astrology Leo/Aquarius axis has been defined as Circulatory axis. 

Image result for Heart attack

In this chart moon is in 12th ,its said planets whose lords go to 6,8 or 12 suffer. So here as lord of 3rd the secondary longevity house it suffers.

Venus is the lord of ascendant and 6th under aspect from ketu . There is an exchange between 3rd and 12th kords moon and mars.

The initial two months Maha dasha of ketu – mercury is in operation ,mercury is lord of 2nd the marak here.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

64th navamsa lord Mars 22nd drekana Sun, 3rd house , mars and sun are in Sarpa drekana ( dangerous for health). 

Transits and dasha on Feb 2018 the time of death Venus – Venus its lord of ascendant or self/physical body and the 6th the trigger of diseases. 

Transits Saturn Sagittarius the natal 8th house ,Rahu over sun and mars in 3rd house of natal horoscope ,ketu in 9th of natal horoscope ,mars in Scorpio the 7th house over natal Saturn,Sun ,mercury and Venus in Aquarius over natal ketu.

So in the horoscope Mars in transit connects with natal ascendant/ 6th lord Venus so 7th lord the marak in transit connecting with Dasha lord made it tough for the baby. 


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Coupled with circulatory axis going bad ,moon in adverse position ,Saturn also connects with dasha lord the 7th aspect . 

Saturn in transit connects with natal mars ( inflammation creator) Jupiter the signification of cholesterol and arterial system , Saturn signifies blockage and it is known for all kind of blockages like stones in human body , so Saturn+Jupiter +mars when they connect they represent blockage of heart or formation of clot , that may turn fatal. 

 BPHS says that sometimes the lord of kendras( angular houses) or trikonas (trines) can bring death in their dasha, further it also says that dasha of planet in 2,7,6,8,12 from atam karka can kill since sun is the atam karka planet in 12th from it is Venus so the dasha of Venus was fatal.

Regards,
Jatinder Sandhu

Medical Astrology: A Short Overview on How to see Surgical Operations from Astrological Methods as explained by Late Dr Raman


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Usually, It has been widely seen that Mars (tools) and Ketu (Sharp edge micro Tools) are major two planets responsible for Surgical operations in astrology and 8th house/lord is seen for secretive, hidden diseases and long chronical diseases, whereas 6th house and its lord has seen for day to day diseases and surgeries connected with them.

Normally we see Surgeries of secret body parts based on the placement of a planet in 8th house and Sign involves in 8th, as it usually gives us clue for afflicted body parts or Deep inside damaged tissues or cells.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any malefic planet influence on the 8th house usually causes serious surgeries or operation wrt to the exact body part ruled by the Sign for e.g Aries – head, Taurus – nose or eyes, Gemini – Vocals, neck etc.

The general rule is, if Lagna lord is weak, 6th and 8th Lord is also afflicted with added influence of Mars and Nodes (South Node Ketu) on 6th, 8th Lord then we can easily say that Native might undergo Surgery once in his lifetime.

Survival chances of the Native from the Serious surgeries depending on Strength of the Lagna lord in D1 and D9 chart.

But the study of the 8th house and its lord is very much important for understanding long chronical diseases which can take shape into serious troubles in the body into ” Ulcers, Cancers or Hidden Secret diseases like Aids “.

As 8th house is deep hidden house and surgery is also a deep hidden secret process where doctors need to find out damaged tissues via tracing it with different technologies and pieces of equipment for an exact location of body tissues which is under the malefic influence.

By simply assuming that 8th house is afflicted by the malefic planet placement and it can give diseases or native can undergo any surgery or operation, it would be a wrong practice in the medical astrological analysis to approach on any conclusion.

As per Late Dr Raman understanding, If any house is under heavy affliction by the malefic planet, native can go under severe surgery or operations.

For eg if we take example of Aq Lagna – ” If Lagna lord Saturn is in 8th house and if it is heavily afflicted by Mars (which is lord of 3rd House- the House dealing with nasal, shoulder etc ) or aspects by Mars and if Sat also aspects the 6th lord than native will definitely undergo operation specially in “ Area of Nasal or May be Sinus issue can be Seen “.

Take an Another E.g if native has Rahu in its 12th house aspects by Mars and if 12th Sign be Aries native may undergo operation of “Ulcer in the Foot” as Rahu is Spoiling the 12th house which is House of Foot and aspect of Mars who is also lord of 12th by mutual aspect to Rahu giving “Ulcer in the Foot “.

So, We need to see every factor when we are dealing with surgeries and operations in Medical Astrology.

Only we have to see the exact house of affliction either By Mars or by Ketu for any Surgical Operations than we can conclude that native may undergo operations or not.

Event on Surgeries on Body parts depends on transits of Rah, Mars, and Sat and Particularly Depends on the Malefic Antardasha and Pratyantrantar dasha period.
With thanks and Regards,
Rakesh

Source and Reference
A Catechism of Astrology by Dr Raman


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

var VUUKLE_CUSTOM_TEXT = ‘{ “rating_text”: “Give a rating:”, “comment_text_0”: “Leave a comment”, “comment_text_1”: “comment”, “comment_text_multi”: “comments”, “stories_title”: “Talk of the Town” }’;
var UNIQUE_ARTICLE_ID = “Please pass the unique article id of the article”;
var SECTION_TAGS = “tag1, tag2, tag3”;
var ARTICLE_TITLE = “Please pass the title or heading of the story”;
var GA_CODE = “UA-123456”;
var VUUKLE_API_KEY = “162e3ae0-f245-4630-91db-43ebaa808e15”;
var TRANSLITERATE_LANGUAGE_CODE = “en”;
var VUUKLE_COL_CODE = “148aa3”;
var ARTICLE_AUTHORS = btoa(encodeURI(‘[{“name”: “name one”, “email”:”some_mail@site.com”,”type”: “internal”}, {“name”:”name two”, “email”:”some_other_mail@site.com”,”type”: “external”}]’));
create_vuukle_platform(VUUKLE_API_KEY, UNIQUE_ARTICLE_ID, “0”, SECTION_TAGS, ARTICLE_TITLE, TRANSLITERATE_LANGUAGE_CODE, “1”, “”, GA_CODE, VUUKLE_COL_CODE, ARTICLE_AUTHORS);

Naturopathic.in Solution for Cancer: The Amazing Budwig’s Protocol for treatment of Cancer (Diet plan for Cancer)

Written by Alok Jagawat

A RAW DIET FOR CANCER CURE AND OVERALL HEALTH.

Yesterday I was waiting in the office of an Ophthalmologist (A person who can look directly in your eyes, without a tint of emotions. Joking), and I came across this amazing recipe related to natural diet. This recipe is also known as Budwig’s protocol.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My Son’s eyes needed a new pair of spectacles and we have nothing to do but to wait. I took a magazine (Health-related) from the shelf and started reading it. I came across an article by Lothar Hirneise (President and Founder of People against Cancer [Menschen gegen Krebs] Germany) [1] who referred to Dr.Johanna Budwig’s [2]treatment as the best alternative treatment for Cancer in the world.


Here is the Exact quote for Reader’s reference:

“Of all the alternative Cancer treatment that I have investigated, Dr.Johanna Budwig’s is definitely number one…Nowhere in the world, I found such fantastic cases as with Dr.Budwig. It’s phenomenal”


I was curious and googled it. Cutting the long story short, here is Brief of Dr.Budwig’s Protocol:

Budwig Protocol in Brief

This is a raw organic diet with a lot of Flax oil and juices. Consume only clean or RO filtered water. To get the best results. Proper guidance is strongly recommended.


7:00 AM A glass of sauerkraut[3] juice or buttermilk (Chach or Lassi in India, without salt and sugar though) consumed every morning. Sauerkraut is rich in vitamins including C. enzymes and helps develop the health promoting gut flora. lt is alkaline and cleansing. (I found the same diet plan with Karnataka Farmers. There are many farmers, cross 90 years of age who are still very healthy. Their diet plan usually starts with the same.)

8:00 AM Breakfast A cup of green tea or herbal tea, sweetened with real honey. Take such tea before every meal.

FOCC or Om Khand: Blend 3 Tbsp flaxseed[4] (Alsi in Hindi) oil ( FO) with 6 Tbsp low-fat Quark or Cottage cheese (CC) with an electric hand blender. Then add 1 tbsp freshly ground flaxseed. a cup of fruits. (e.g. berries, cherries. peach. apples) some dry fruits and seasoning that may create a new flavor every day.


10:00 AM Fresh-pressed juices Can-or juice, radish juice, beets etc. with lemon.

11:15 PM Salad plate (tomato. cucumber. lettuce. radish, cabbage, broccoli, and pepper) with cottage
cheese and flax oil mayo dressing (Prepared by mixing together a Tbsp Flax Oil. 2 Tbsp milk. 2 Tbsp cottage cheese and 2 Tbsp Lemon juice. Add a variety of herbs making the plate most appealing.

2:30 PM Main Course Vegetables cooked in water. then flavored with Oleolux (it is a healthy alternative to butter developed by Ludwig) and herbs possibly with oatmeal. curry etc. Vegetable soups flavored with a little Ole out and yeast flakes. as a side dish for buckwheat, brown rice, millet or potatoes.

Lunch Desert Cottage cheese/ Flax oil mixture served as a sweet dish prepared with dry fruits and fruits such as pineapple. or poured over a fruit salad.

3:00 PM Fruit juice Consume one glass grape. cherry. pomegranate or orange juice with a tbsp freshly ground flax seed

3:30 PM Fruit Juice Consume pure pineapple or papaya juice with 2 tbsp freshly ground flax seed.

6:00 PM Supper (light and served early) A warm meal may be prepared using brown rice. buckwheat or oatmeal. Prepare soup or lentils flavored with Oleolux (it is a healthy alternative to butter developed by Ludwig). (Same protocol is followed by ancient Indians and is still followed by Many devout Jains).

Prohibitions of Budwig’s Protocol


· No Sugar, No Meat, No Eggs. No clarified butter
· No Hydrogenated fat and Refined oil
· No Soya, corn, peanuts and refined table salt
· No frying, No sautéing, No Deep Frying-
· No Preservatives and Processed Food.
· No Microwave. Teflon coated and Aluminum Cookware
· No cosmetics. chemicals and pesticides
· No foam mattress and pillow.
· No nylon, polyester clothing. only Cotton. silk and wool is Allowed
· No CRT TV and mobile phones
· No leftover food. (Wow: We call it baasi in Hindi. Ancient Indians always avoided it)

Elimination or Detoxification

[Mnemonic M.Sc. Botany] may include flax oil massage, Sun therapy. Coffee enema and Soda Bicarb Bath.

Energy Therapies {Mnemonic MTV)

· Meditation, Yoga Nidra- Positive attitude. system change and Deep breathing exercises
.
Tumor contract: –

· Tell your tumor that if it grows in sue, then you may die, and eventually he also will die. So advise him to become microscopic in size.

· In return you promise to make some changes in your life so that both of you might live long.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


· If he agrees with your proposal sign a contract with him immediately.

· Visualization is the most important tool to tap into the power of your imagination to help cancer. Remain tuned to your healthy and happy future.

With Thanks and Regards,
Alok Jagawat

[1] “Http://www.hirneise.com/.”
[2] “Johanna Budwig.”
[3] “Sauerkraut.”
[4] “Flax.”

Originally Posted in www.Naturopathic.in, click here for more articles on Naturopathy.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Ayurveda and Herbal Plants Research Series – The Ayurveda/Herbal Plant Remedy for Mercury, those are born in Jyestha Nakashtra Moon Sign or Ascendant.





(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


The  Ayurveda/Herbal  Plant Remedy for those are born in Jyestha Nakashtra Moon Sign or Ascendant.

(Commonly known as Tooth brush tree, Sandpaper Tree, Streblus Asper, Aporosa lindleyana- Same family)

Botanical Name : Streblus Asper lour.

Common Name :
Siora, Karchanna ( Hindi), Sakhota, Akshadhara (Sanskrit).

Hindi Names : Daheya, Dahia, Karchanna, Rusa, Sahora, Sihora

Malayalam: Paruvamaram, Sakhotavrksam

Sanskrit: Akshadhara, Bhutavasa, Bhutavriksha, Dhukavasa, Karkashachhada, Kharacchada, Pitaphalaka, Pishachandru, Pitaphala, Pitaphalaka, Rukshapatra, Sakata, Shakhota, Shankhinivasa.

English: Sand Paper Mulberry, Sahor, Siamese Rough-Bush, Paper Bark.

Bengali: Sheoda, Sheora.

Gujrati: Sahoda.

Kannada: Mittlamara, Ponnolige, Mittle Mara, Mittli Mara, Mitli, Punje.

Malayalam: Pirayan, Pirai, Paravamaram, Paruva.

Marathi: Sahod, Karvatee, Karvati, Karera, Karaoli, Karchanua, Rusa.

Oriya: Sahod.

Punjabi: Shebda, Jindi, Dahya.

Tamil: Pirayan Pirai, Prayara, Palpirai, Kuttippala.

Telugu: Berrenka, Barninka, Bariniki, Bari Venka, Barranki, Pakki.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Urdu: Sehoda.

For More Detailed info : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streblus_asper

General Characteristics:

The Next Nakshatra Category in Scorpio Sign is Jyestha Nakshatra. Those who are born in Jyestha as birth nakshatra or having Jyestha Nakshatra as their ascendant should follow these medical remedies. 

The Lord Shani Dev, along with the goddess Jyestha, the god Yama, Vehicle of Shanidev – the crow and the goddess Nirrti all are associated with this nakshatra as mentioned in Hindu mythological scriptures, that’s why they all have a close relation with Jyestha nakshatra for Black mystic powers associated with tantras and black magic.Mainly It has been seen that Blackmagic has a close relationship with the imbalance in Vayu-tattva or Pran Vayu in our body, it reduces the flow of Prana Vayu in our body. In Astrological understanding Planet, Mercury is closely associated with this type of Vata dosha because of imbalance of Vayu in body. Further, it has been observed that Black powers always attacks first Prana Vayu in our body then it controls our brain.Imbalance of Vayu in the body creates Brain fog and total loss of control over brain motors required for body functioning.  

For Reducing this sort of negative impact on Jyestha born people, feeding to Black Crow and using the roots of the plants associated with the Jyestha nakshatra could be very helpful in nullifying the malefic impact of Mercury on native mental and physical health’s via tantra and mantra.

That’s the only reason why it is considered as the mysterious sign of black Magician and same its herb is used in many of black magic rituals too, & many of those practices are done under this nakshatra. Many of the people those having much interest in black magic or fall prey to black-magic are born with in this nakshatra
.

Fruits and leaves

The Herbal and mystical Plant fall in Jyestha Nakshatra is ” Sandpaper Tree or Aporosa lindleyana or Streblus Asper or Akshadhara or Siora”. Those Natives Having Jyestha Nakshatra or ascendant, falling in Scorpio Sign should plant this in Temple or Donate these trees to get beneficial results for curing the malefic effect in their birth nakshatra for scorpions.

Spiritual & Astrological Significance

It is a mystical Herbal plant/tree and have many uses in day to day life.According to the Sthala purana  of  the Dharukavaneshwarar temple in Tirauparaaithurai as explained by Author Nandita Krishna in ” Sacred Plants of India” , lord shiva stood in the form of Swayambhu Linga under this tree and since then the place and the deity of this temple named after this sacred tree and even in people living in Ganjram district in orissa have local rituals to get marry with this tree if she has not secured a husband before she attains maturity age.

Tree Structure of Streblus Asper

Astrologically, Basic Nature of this nakshatra fall in Siora tree is Rakshas Gana, making them too much self centred dispositions and presiding deity is Indra – King of the Gods usually gives Immense sexual appetite, hunger for power, controlling others, Acute jealousy, sometime urge for adultery too being inhabitant nature of indra as seen in historic details.So native of Jyestha Nakshatra Should plant this tree in temple areas to reduce the negative traits of Rakshasa vriti.Those having any planet in Badhak Sthan (For Capricorn Lagna, Scorpio Sign is falling in their 11th house -which is a natural  house of the badha (The form of Rudra – Hara for punishing our bad deeds and the sign link with this house is scorpio, associated with root reason of our karmic sufferings and mainly three nakshatras are falling under this sign, whereas the jyestha is most prone to get affected by the badhaka first, As its ruling lord is Mercury, ruling our brain, Vata Tattva,  which always get effect first by the black and mystic powers, -same goes with the deity – the Indra who always rules or try to control others, that’s why Jyestha native mostly having basic tendency toward power and jealousy and always have deep rooted interest toward Black magic activities, occult or tantra when it is associated with the Badhka graha or sign,  as it is most prone to the badhaka nakshatra among rest of two nakshatras in scorpio),  especially in Jyestha nakshatra can also plant this tree to  get free from health and diseases of Vata dosha.

In Our Panch Anga System, Nakshatra always seen for the good health and longevity of the native, so any spiritual, medicinal and Herbs/plants/tree connected with the nakshatras always give long life and good health to the native. 

Even use of Juices, barks and leaves can work as wonder for the native those are connected with the nakshatras.

So, overall meditation under this tree, use of herbs for mental protection, or planting and Use of Ayurvedic paste of Siora in body will be very helpful for jyestha nakshatra born natives for nullifying any diseases or for long life of native.

Common Diseases based on Astrological Significance :

These Natives usually get, Frequent temperature issues, dysentery, cough and cold, asthmatic attack, Vaat Rog, and the stomach problems are the  mainly possible diseases they may face. Many a times it has been seen giving Disturbed Mind of native too, with regular insomnia problem, uncontrolled acute headache, Mental stresses, too much disturbing thoughts. It is noticed that these people are affected with one or the other health problems frequently. He/she may also have severe pain in arms and shoulders too.

For fixing these issues native should plant Sandpaper tree in their garden, near Temple, Forest area or around their surroundings or to meditate under them for better results, or they can use the herbal pastes from leaves and roots on any of afflicted body part.Medicinal values of these tree is magical and we can use much of it as herb and even we can use as toothbrush or paste too for curing above diseases.

This herb is Found mostly in Southern side of India and in srilanka.

Herbs Description: 

Herbs descriptions : Yellow fruits with Sharp leaves

Medium-sized dioecious tree. Leaves simple, elliptic-oblong, glabrous. Male flowers in spikes, fascicled, yellowish; stamens 2 – 3. Female flowers in short fascicled racemes. Fruit sub-globose capsule, crowned with short style, opening irregularly. Seeds enclosed in yellow pulp.

Uses: 



Plant (nodes) paste is applied on forehead for headache. It has cooling effect.Leaf mucilage is massaged over head for rhinitis and running nose. Oil prepared using its leaf is applied for burns, and also on head for preventing hair fall. Young shoot tip boiled in coconut oil is applied for burns, ulcers and bruises.

Young shoot tip ground in milk is given for leucorrhoea. Root decoration is given for jaundice,fever and headache. Tender shoot tip and cumin seeds crushed and heated with coconut oil are applied for burns. Leaf paste is applied for tennis elbow and joint pain.

35 gm root crushed, boiled in four cup water and reduced to one cup is given two times in case of insanity and sleeplessness. Fruit is an appetizer, cooling and is useful for cold. Plant extract is used to remove the Strychnos poisoning. Tender shoot tip is fried in coconut oil and the residue is applied to remove marks of burn.

Root decoration is given internally, while leaf extract in water is applied over head and also as bath for insanity, sleeplessness and anxiety. Young leaf along with cumin and coriander seeds are made into a decoction which is used with sugar and milk as tea to remove poison that entered through food.

Fruit is edible and is useful for rheumatism. Root decoction is given for jaundice and protein discharge through urine. Shoot tip along with raw rice ground in water or lime juice is applied for all types of furuncles. Shoot tip ground with cumin seeds in milk is given for 15 daysin case of leucorrhoea and all other types of bleeding’s. When oil gets separated while heating its leaf juice and paste with coconut milk, copra gratings and hair ash are added to it and the same is applied for burns. Leaf and that of Cucurbita pepo are ground into paste and is applied immediately after burns.

Identification :


The toothbrush tree or sandpaper tree is a member of the Moraceae family so is related to the banyan, peepal, mulberry, shahtoot mulberry, Punjab fig, European fig, the Tropical fig (Ficus septica) and to the Jackfruit trees. It is native to the Indian subcontinent, southern China, Thailand, Myanmar, the Philippines, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.

It is a small tree growing to around 10 metres with dense branches, and has small yellow fruit which look a little like loquats. In the Philippines it is known as Kalios and in India it is the Shakhotaka. Its leaves are like sandpaper, hence one of its English names, and these have been used as toothbrushes (the other English name) and for oral hygiene.

Medicinal Values:



Sandpaper Tree bark when boiled in water can be used as a disinfectant for wounds and skin problems. Decoction of the bark of this tree is used for fever, diarrhoea and dysentery, chewing itself as an antidote to snake bites.

The powdered root is used for diarrhoea and dysentery and can be made into a poultice for ulcers on the skin. The root is used for epilepsy, inflammation and boils, and the root extract is astringent and antiseptic. The bark exudes a latex when cut which is used in India for chapped hands and feet. It is also used for swollen glands, being put on them externally. The seeds are used for nosebleeds, piles and diarrhoea too.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
An extract of the leaves has been shown to have antimicrobial properties, stated that the tree possesses antioxidant, anti-allergic, antimalarial, anti-cancer, cardio-tonic and insecticidal properties.

The volatile oil from the leaves showed “significant anticancer activity” as does an extract of the root according to a further study Abstract B73: “Chemopreventive effect of Streblus asper, a bonsai plant, on osteosarcoma cells: A Preliminary Study” Azman Seeni et al. Cancer Prevention Research 3 (Meeting Abstract Supplement) B73 January 7th 2010.

This study suggests that the antioxidant compounds in the root extract such as caffeic acid may act as carcinogenic inhibitors, although further research is needed to substantiate the findings and to carry the work further.

Ayurveda nature and Use :

In Ayurvedic medicine the leaves are used to help promote the milk-flow of breast-feeding mothers, as well as being used as poultices for boils and skin ulcers. The roots are used for diarrhoea and dysentery while a decoration of the bark is also given for these ailments and for fevers. The latex from the tree is sometimes applied to the temples in cases of neuralgia and a paste made from the seeds is applied to leucoderma.

In Bangladesh parts of the tree are used for syphilis and other STDs and for cholera, piles, wounds and as a mild pain reliever or analgesic.

Clearly more research is needed to discover the mechanisms which cause this tree to have such beneficial effects on human diseases.

In Sanskrit, bark of Streblus asper is known as Sakhotaka and known as katu Vipaka herb as its taste bitter,  usually gives pungent smell after digestion and it is hot (Pittha) nature herb. it is an Ushna Virya herb; means tendency to give ” hot potency “, which can subdues Vata and Kapha nature and increases Pitta. It has property of digestion, vomiting and purging, and gives feeling of lightness but It is considered bad for sperms and fetus. It is useful in indigestion, low appetite, nausea and piles.

Even with the hot nature Sakhotaka is also a Katu Vipak herb, means which can  gives bitter taste  after digestion.

Katu Viapk herbs, increases dryness in body. Such foods reduce fertility and Kapha.

Tri Guna Balance of Sakhota :
Kaphahara: Pacifies Kapha Dosha
Vatahara: Pacifies Vata Dosh
Medohar: Reduces obesity

Therapeutic Uses in Ayurveda:

Raktapitta (Bleeding disorder)


Arsha (Piles)

Shlipada (filaria)

Apachi (scrofula glandular swellings)

Prameha (Urinary problems)

Kushtha (Skin disease)

Gandamala (Cervical lymphadenitis)

Etymology: 

Saroli (shampoo) and Bolsaroli (white shampoo) arose as the leaves of this plant are used as shampoo and white coloured bark.

Note: 

Fruits are edible. Tender shoot tip paste is applied to the crushed Borassus inflorescences to increase the quantity of toddy during toddy tapping. Plant is used in black magic.


Spiritual Remedy :

Those having Afflicted Nakashtra lord Should worship lord Vishnu or fierce feminine Deities like Durga or Kali and root Mantra for this nakashtra is ” OM DHAM”.

With thanks and Regards,

Rakesh Singh Jamwal

Source and Reference:
Sacred Plants of India by By Nanditha Krishna
Wikipedia


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The Ayurvedic/Herbal Plant Remedy for Jupiter, those are born in Visakha Nakashtra Moon Sign or Ascendant.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Those who are born in Visakha Nakashtra and scorpio moon sign or having birth in Visakha lagana nakshatras they should either plant Bilwa Patra Tree in their garden or take Bilva Juice daily to Nullify the negative impact of Jupiter in their Natal chart. 

Even meditation under this tree can be blissful too for Visakha nakashtra people. Despite Planting they should Do Rudra abhishek with Bilwa Patra, fruits, Milk and rest of Panch amrits. It can heal malefic effect of Jupiter with much greater speed if done with proper care and utter devotion.
Even those having Jupiter as Bhadhaka planet they should also plant or donate Bilwa to someone needy or near Shiva linga in lord shiva temple, that way it can nullify the negative impact of Bhadhaka. 
If Jupiter is malefic it can lead to trouble of Liver functionalities, Elevation in enzymes, Uncontrolled Sexual appetite, gall bladder issues, Kidney enzymes troubles or sometime increase in level of infections or Diabetic pattern, Can give increase in Bilirubin- Jaundice, Weakening of body due to extreme heat in stomach and liver, can leads to gastric troubles or constipation etc too.
Reason being according to System of 5 limbs Nakashtras are known and seen for Health matters of Mind and Body.Any affliction to Native birth nakashtras can lead to disturbed health of Mind and body. This is the only reason why affliction in Scorpion moon and Visakha Nakashtras lord via nodes are mostly prone to problems of Liver and Genetic organs issues during their Dasha padas. 
Same way Visakha Nakashtra Diety connected with Indra – the god of transformation, Power and Agni the god of fire, could be the another reason why Visakha people are so much extremist in every thing in life from sexual appetite to power to hunger.
So, Increase in the Level of Tamsik and Rakashas gana in this nakashtra can leads to health trouble due to over indulgence in Sexuality, over hunger, increase in appetite, improper digestion, stomach issues, gas and mostly liver has been found afflicted. 

So, best Remedy to cure Viskhna Nakashtra (Scorpion) moon sign is planting of bilwa tree and having bilwa fruit daily or worshiping of lord shiva with Bilwa Patra and fruit .

Bilwa has many benefits :

1) Can cure diarrhoea, cholera, haemorrhoids, vitiligo.

2) Can Reduces gastric ulcer.

3) Antimicrobial property.

4) Can cure scurvy.

5) Can control cholesterol.

6) Can solve respiratory problems.

7) Anti-inflammatory.

8) Can be used to treat heart diseases.

9) Can prevent constipation.

10) Can control diabetes.

Nutritional Value of Bael Fruit

The various nutrients in a bael fruit per 100gm.

Nutrients Amount

Carbohydrate 31.8 gm

Fat 0.3 g

Proteins 1.8 gm.

Vitamins

Vitamin A 55 mg.

Vitamin B Rich in Vitamin B1 and B2

Vitamin C 60 mg.

Thiamine 0.13 mg.

Riboflavin 1.19 mg.

Niacin 1.1 mg.

Carotene 55 mg.

Minerals

Calcium 85 mg.

Potassium 600 mg.

Fiber 2.9 gm.

Water 61.5 g.

Energy 137 k.cal

Energy 137 k.cal


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

With thanks and Regards,

Rakesh Singh Jamwal


Source and Reference:
Sacred Plants of India by By Nanditha Krishna
Wikipedia


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The Ayurvedic/Herbal Plant Remedy for Saturn, treatment of Diseases those are born in Anuradha Moon Nakashtras or Ascendent (Saturn Cure):


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


Herbal Plant/Tree Remedy for Diseases in Anuradha Nakashtras (Saturn Cure):



“Indian Medaller ” or ” The Scared Bakula Tree “

Common Name : Bakula, Bolsari, Maulsarau, Mahilam( Tamil).


Sanskrit : Chirapushpa, Anangaka, Bakula, Chirapushpa, Dhanvi, Gudhpushpa, Kantha, Karuka, Kesha, Mukula, Padyamoda, Sharadika, Sindhugandha, Simhakeshaa, Sthirmukhgandha, Surabhi Tailanga, Varalahdha, Visharada


Commonly Found in : Asia, Australia, Pacific.


Botnaical Name : Mimusops elengi L


Family: Sapotaceae


Vernacular Name: San: Bakula, Madhugandha, Surabhi

Local Names in Languages :

Bengali :Bakul
English :Bakul tree, Spanish cherry, Bullet wood, Asian bullet wood, West India medlar
Gujarati :Barsoli
Hindi :Maulsari मौलसरी
Kannada : Pokkalathu, Ranjal
Konkani : Omval
Malayalam : Elengi, Elenji, Elangi, Ilanni,Bakulam, Mukura, Elanchi
Manipuri : Bokul Lei
Marathi : Bakuli
Others : Bulletwood, Indian Medlar, Bakula, Magizham, Elengi, Pagade Tree’s,Maulsari,Spanish Cherry.
Tamil : Magizhamboo, Magizhamaram, Magizham, Magadam
Urdu : Kirakuli 



Habit: Large tree.


Habitat: Semi evergreen forests.


Status: Common.

Etymology:

Madhugandha (sweet fragrance) and Surabhi (pleasant) are due to its sweet-scented flowers.

For More Details : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mimusops_elengi



Ancient Sacred Uses and History of Bakula:


This is one of Most celebrated sacred tree found in Hindu Scriptures and Puranas and even placed amongst the flowers of the Hindu Paradise.This tree is even mentioned several time in the Ramayana and considered as flowering tree found in the gandhamadana forest and it is one of common tree found in the Panchavati growing near the lake in full bloom around Pampa Lake. One of an attractive tree adorning the Ashoka Vatika.Many a time it is used for constructing of Bridge and one of main flowering tree blossom in Lord Rama garden. Even Lord Krishna too celebrated this flowering tree by wearing garland made of bakula flowers.It is one of the 7 Scared trees associated with the Gautam Buddha and also scared to the Jains as it as an Emblem or Naminatha, A trirthankar, he attained enlightenment under the shade of the Bakula Tree.

According to Brihat Samhita, one must plant this sacred tree near houses, Temples and the religious places. Kalidasa mentioned this tree as a symbol of love and Beauty as the scent of the flowers of the bakula resembles wines and the fragrance is linked to the breadth of the young women.Even it doesn’t lose its fragrance in the sun too.

Natives those are born in Anuradhana Nakashtra in moon sign of Scorpio or in Anuradha Ascendant and those having Saturn as Bhadhaka graha or for Capricorn Lagana Where this Nakashtra is also fall in Bhadhaka Sign too, should Plant this tree in their surroundings or near houses and they should donate this tree either in any temple or any religious place for curing para-Psychological diseases or troubled by this nakashtra.Even those are born in Anuradha Nakashtra, they should meditate under this tree daily to cure of Negative impact of this Nakashtra in their Mental and physical health.

Availability 


Bakula is a lovely green small tree of the Indian subcontinent. With its small shiny, thick, narrow, pointed leaves, straight trunk and spreading branches, it is a prized ornamental specimen because it provides a dense shade and during the months from March to July fills the night air with the delicious heady aroma of its tiny cream colored flowers. Flowers are small, star-shaped, yellowish white in color, with a crown rising from the center. Oval leaves, wavy at margin, about 5-16 cm and 3-7 cm wide. In the morning the fragrant flowers which so graciously scented their surroundings with their deep, rich, fragrance during the evening hours, fall to the ground. People love to collect them as they retain their odor for many days after they fall. They are offered in temples and shrines throughout the country. 
Appears in Indian mythology as Vakula – said to put forth blossoms when sprinkled with nectar from the mouth of lovely women. Fruits are eaten fresh. 

Note:


Leaf is used in purificatory rituals of temples. It is a sacred plant. Ripe fruits and roasted seeds are edible. Corollas are made into garlands. β-sitosterol, α- spinasterol, quercitol, dihydroquercetin, lupeol, ursolic acid, teraxerone and hentriacontane are the active constituents

(Kapoor, 1990).

Description:


Large evergreen tree. Leaves simple, broadly ovate, glabrous. Flowers white, sweet-scented, in axillary clusters. Sepal 8, in 2 series, ovate, tomentose. Corolla 8-lobed; lobes divided to the base into 3 segments. Stamens 8, alternating with fimbriate staminodes. Fruit 1-seeded, ovoid berry, orange-red when ripe

Habit :


Large trees up to 35 m tall.

Trunkbark :


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Bark dark grey, longitudinally fissured, lenticellate; blaze pink.

Branchlets :



Latex white.

Exudates :


Branchlets terete, puberulous when young, later glabrous.

Leaves :

Leaves simple, alternate, spiral; petiole 1-2.5 cm long, glabrous, terete and canaliculate towards apex; pubescent when young, later glabrous; lamina 7-14 x 2.5-7 cm, elliptic-oblong, apex shortly acuminate with blunt tip, base rounded or acute, margin sl

Flowers :

Flowers white, in axillary fascicles; pedicel up to 2 cm.

Fruit & seed :

Berry, ellipsoid, reddish-brown when ripe; seed one.

Diseases:

Anuradha Nakashtra rules over Bladder, Genitals, rectum, Nasal Bones, Bones near Genitals. Natives of this nakshatra are prone to Suppression of menses, constipation, sterility, piles, fracture of high bones, sore throat strictures, Anemia, unknown pain in bones, cough, acidity, cold, windy problem, gouts, arthritis and Skin problems.


Spiritual Solution and Rituals :


For Curing Such problems Spiritually native of Anuradha Nakashtra should do worshipping of Lord Krishna and Shiva with this Flowers daily and should do Meditation under this tree to get ride of sins and diseases after worshipping Lord Arunachaleshwara (Lord Shiva) in Annamalaiyar Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located at the base of Annamalai hills in the town of Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu, India. As this tree is very much scared to lord Shiva, as one of name of lord shiva is too bakula. Even it is said that women circumambulate the scared tree and tie a cradle to it they will be blessed with a male child. This nakashtra is associated with the Anuradha nakashtra and 2nd pada of Ashwini.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Ayurvedic Properties of Bakula:


Rasa (Taste) : Katu (Pungent), Kashaya (Astringent)

Guna (Qualities) :  Guru

Vipaka : Katu (Undergoes Pungent taste after digestion)

Veerya (Potency) : Sheeta

Karma (Actions) : Pitta-kapha shamaka ( It reduces vitiated Pitta and kapha dosha )
Madhura : sweet

Snigdha : unctuous, oily

Kashaya : astringent,

Vishada : clarity, non slimy

Hima : coolant
Hrudya : acts as cardiac tonic, congenial for heart

Dantya : good for teeth

Sangrahi : absorbent, useful in diarrhea, IBS

Vatala : increases Vata Dosha

Guru : heavy to digest

It is used in for conditions of :

Visha : Toxic conditions, poisoning
Shvitra : leucoderma, vitiligo
Krumi : worm infestation
Dantaroga : tooth decay


Medicinal Use:


Lotion prepared from the flowers is used to clear wounds and the ulcers and decoction of the bark helps in regenerating tissues at much greater rates and controls bleeding and cures excessive mucous secretion from the bladder and urethra.



Its Brak is a tonic to treat fevers and is used as mouthwash to protect gums and teeth. A paste of the roots mixed with vinegar is used for swelling on the Face, and a paste made with water is applied to pustular eruptions of the skin and regular chewing of the tender fruits strengthens the teeth.The seeds are used in the preparation of eye drops and antidotes and to treat bowel disorders and the oil extracted from the seed is applied to swelling of the joints, simply this tree is Ramban for Anuradha Nakashtra natives mental and physical diseases.

Bark decoction is used as gargle for toothache and over salivation. It is taken internally for fever. Seed ash is used to brush teeth which strengthen teeth and prevent cavities. Bark decoction is used for mouth ulcers, swellings, also to increase appetite and digestive power.




Flower and fruit decoction is used to wash chronic ulcers. Flower powder is snuffed for running nose. Paste of seed fried in ghee is applied over anus in case of constipation. Bark extract has the property to increase fertility. Fruit pulp is applied for snake bite and headache. Ripe fruits are eaten for easy delivery. Bark decoction is given internally for menstrual disorders and rheumatism. It is also used for venereal diseases. Seed paste is applied for toothache. Twigs are used as toothbrush to prevent tooth decay. Bark and leaf paste is applied for skin diseases and leprosy.

Crushed fruit is applied for toothache. Crushed bark decoction is used as gargle for wounds in gum, loose teeth, gum swelling and bleeding. 6 drops of dried flower powder dissolved in water is poured into nose for repeated headache and running nose. Fruit extract is used for migraine, headache, running nose and mental debility. Bark decoction is used for biliousness, phlegm, dysentery, blood discharge in urine and menstrual problems. Oil extracted from flowers is applied for mental disorders.

Bark decoction is recommended for rheumatism and fever. Leaf paste is applied for furuncles and scabies. Seed oil is applied for eye diseases and taken internally to expel worms.



Common Diseases Treatment : 

Bakul or Maulsari tree is a Very useful sacred Herb uses in Herbology and ayurvedic treatments  of various common diseases. almost every part of its  including, leaves, fruit, bark and flowers are used whereas The flowers, bark and fruits are highly recommended for common use.

Beneficial uses  of bakula :


1.Bark is used as tonic to reduce fever.


2.Leaves are mostly used as an antidote for snake-bite.


3.Pulp of the fruit is used in curing chronic dysentery.


4.Dried flowers powder is used  as brain tonic.


5.Seeds of tree are agent for purging the bowels. 

6.Powdered bark is used for curing Tingling sensation of teeth by Massaging  it in gums.



7.Decoction of bark is used for mouthwash Toothache, Tooth Decay, Gum Bleeding, Bad breath, Pyorrhea, Inflammation in mouth.


8.Bark powder can be used in Toothache.



9.Tender twigs are used for Teeth cleaning and strengthening gums.


10.Unripe fruits are used as masticatory for tightening Loose teeth.


11.Fruit pulp is used for Improving fertility in women.


12.Ripe fruit can be used promoting delivery.

13.Leaf juice if taken twice daily with honey can help weak Eyesight.


14.Fruit pulp can be used for Chronic diarrhea.


15.The dried flower powder is used for headache.

With thanks and Regards,
Rakesh Singh Jamwal




Source and Reference:




Living Easy With Ayurveda by Dr.B.K.Prashanth M.D (Ayu), Ph.D






Sacred Plants of India by By Nanditha Krishna






http://indiabiodiversity.org/species






http://www.flowersofindia.net





Wikipedia



(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The Divine Codes Volume I: Download ” The Divine Codes ” – 1st Digital Edition on Divine subjects – Vastu, Meditation, Mundane astrology and Vedic Astrology

” The Divine Codes ” – 1st Digital Edition on transcendental Subjects



Presented by

  GLOBAL CONSORTIUM OF TRANSCENDENTAL RESEARCH

This organization was shaped, with plain but sincere desire for everyone to live in wholeness, purity and highest level of consciousness. Our sole idea is wholesome and purest conscious living for everybody. GCTR is a body; which comprises of people who are researching in the field of divine and art forms. This includes Astrology, Palmistry, Spirituality, Travelogues, Yoga, Ayurveda, Vedic Numerology, Sthapatya, and other Art forms etc.

It is private body, but memberships are open. Anybody who has niche in such areas is most welcome in our family. There is no entry fee for the same. The only requirement is that you should have a sound knowledge of the subject.

THE DIVINE CODES ” magazine is a publication of our body and our members can contribute their articles and research for the same. It will be published regularly and it will remain free forever. Each article from its contributing members will also carry a photo and bio of the respective author.

The authors will also get exposure through three websites, social media, and publishing archives.We welcome you to a voyage for love and peace.

Check out first look of Articles Published so far

  1. Secret Ayurvedic formulae in Astrology  by Alok Jagawat
  2. The Wonders of Neechbhanga Rajayoga  by Shubra Goswami
  3. Unmarried Woman. (Spinster), astrological Perspective  by Sastry Kara
  4. Flood Fury and heavy rains In Jammu and Kashmir 2014  by Rakesh Jamwal
  5. The science of Meditation   by Vishal Sood
  6. The earthquake in Nepal   by Rakesh Jamwal
  7. Ascension of the Earth: Decoded   by Vishal Sood
  8. Names, signs and their significance in vastu : Kaankini Chakram   by Alok Jagawat
  9. Unlocking the Mystery of Past Birth – Part : Past Life Astrology & Past Life Regression by Rakesh Jamwal
  10. Nagmani : The Secrets Of Snake Stones  by Alok Jagawat
  11. Nadi Mooka Prasna. Secrets of answering unknown questions  by Alok Jagawat

* Note :This magazine is free for everybody and can also be read in following formats.

                      For Online Read in Book format

                 Link : Archive Book Format Online Read

                                  For Scribd Users

                        Link : Scribd Online Read

                     For download in PDF format

                    Link : Download in PDF Format

 
With thanks and Regards,

Rakesh Jamwal

JOIN US THROUGH THE FOLLOWING:
 
Official Divine Codes Facebook Page: Divine Codes

Official Research Group: GCTR

Facebook official Group and official Page

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Krishndhaam/

https://www.facebook.com/thevedicsiddhanta