Beads with a Healing Touch

Whenever we human beings are pushed to the wall, and are unable to face our problems, we always look up to Nature to bail us out. A major problem that is stalking humanity in this modern era is stress and how to overcome it, human beings are taking refuge in the old and time tested alternative healing therapies like Yoga, Meditation, and Music etc.,  and where else could one find the remedies except in the ancient Vedic scriptures?

At present doctors and fitness Gurus are busy giving the various forms of alternative therapies an authenticated new look, we can conclude that our ancestors must have been great prognosticates. They not only wrote and described ailments of the present age but also suggested their probable solutions ages ago.

One such solution is the “Rudraksha”, the hard serrated, round berry of a tree belonging to Elaeocarpus Ganitrus type of plants found mainly in Nepal, India and Indonesia.

According to Vedic scriptures these trees germinated from the tears shed by Lord Shiva and ever since its mention in the scriptures these beads have been not only regarded as sacred but also ones with the healing powers.

It is proven that Rudraksha has powerful electromagnetic, paramagnetic and inductive properties. However, the properties vary with the “Mukhis” (number of lines on the surface of the bead) and on wearing a particular combination, electrical impulses are sent to the brain to stimulate certain brain centers thereby causing transformation in the personality, outlook and confidence. Wearing the beads also ensures mental calmness and enhances concentration thereby building a perfect platform for meditation and spiritual growth. The beads have an in built capacity to control blood pressure. The beads also emit a positive vibration that helps in flushing out negative energy from the body.

Rudraksha are generally available from 1 mukhi to 21 mukhis and each is linked to a God in the Hindu pantheon and with different qualities attributed to it. They can be worn individually or in a combination.

Whatever be its efficacy, Rudraksha can only act as a self-empowerment tool and be a complimentary to other forms of medication. It is not a magic wand that would give instant results one should adhere to certain set principal with faith.


Medicinal Herbs: Ashwagandha – Withania Somnifera

It is commonly known as Ashwagandha or Indian Ginseng. It is used as an herb in Ayurvedic medicine. The name Ashwagandha in Sanskrit means “horse’s odour,” originating from the odour of its root which is akin to that of a sweaty horse.

In Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is considered a rasayana, (Ayana {path}, Rasa {essence}) herb. As per Ayurveda it is considered as an herb that helps in normalizing the physiological functions and strengthens the entire neuroendocrine system (mechanism by which the hypothalamus maintains homeostasis, regulating reproduction, metabolism, eating and drinking behaviour, energy utilization, and blood pressure). In Ayurveda, the fresh roots are sometimes boiled in milk, prior to drying, in order to clear out its undesirable elements. It is one of the major components of Ayurvedic medicines for the aged and for health issues associated with old age. In Ayurveda, this plant is considered to stimulate sexual desire, reverse the aging process and prolongs life. It is used in the treatment of nervous exhaustion, to enhance memory, insomnia, tiredness, skin problems and coughing. Traditionally it has been used since thousands of years to increase energy, youthful vigour, endurance, strength, health, increases vital fluids, muscles, blood, lymph, semen and cell productions.

Scientific studies have shown that Ashwagandha has profound effects on the blood producing organs particularly on the bone marrow and the lymph nodes. The powdered root extract enhances the white blood cell count and it has also shown to reduce tumor growth. It has shown to inhibit growth in the breast, skin, lungs, and colon cancer cells. This is due to its antioxidant properties which quite helpful in ridding the body of free radicals which are one of the primary causes of cancer. It is also prescribed to reduce the blood sugar levels in diabetes. It is found to be helpful in stimulating the thyroid gland, which secretes hormones regulating growth and development through the rate of metabolism.  Ashwagandha is also seen to be effective in the treatment of osteoarthritis, inflammation, and stroke. Studies have shown that Ashwagandha promotes antifungal activity.

This article brought you by Rudralife, Mumbai.


Medicinal Herbs: Anantamool – Hemidesmus Indicus

In the Indian medical system of Ayurveda it goes by the name of Anantamool or Sariva. It is administered in the form of powder, infusion or decoction as syrup. It is one of the Rasayana (Ayana {path}, Rasa {essence}). It is a term that, in Ayurvedic medicine means the science of lengthening lifespan) plants of Ayurveda.

It has been revered for its medicinal properties for thousands of years not only by the practitioners of Ayurveda but also in the folk and tribal medicine. Traditionally it was used as a healing herb as well as a magical-spiritual dream herb. It is used to treat stomach problems, cure rashes, ease the mind, quell the symptoms of syphilis and induce trance and deep meditative states. In Ayurveda it is prescribed to men who suffer from low libido and sexual impotence, it is believed that the active compounds produced by the roots improve male testosterone levels and therefore sexual desire, sperm count, sperm motility and overall sexual performance.

For thousands of years, Ayurvedacharyas have developed numerous medicinal uses and a wide variety of traditional medicines made with Anantamool root. Several of these traditional uses have been validated by modern science and the plant is still prescribed as medicine till date. The majority of traditional remedies and medicinal tonics are almost exclusively made from the plant’s roots; however for skin related issues and as a digestive aid the whole plant is utilized. Over the ages some major therapeutic uses that have been time tested and shown to be effective are that, it is effective as an anti-inflammatory, diuretic, quick healing of wounds, prevents miscarriages, improves fertility, and treats syphilis.

Ayurvedic practitioners have used Anantamool root to promote a calm and tranquil state of mind, to maintain mental clarity. It is a powerful herb that is used by many people to aid in meditation and trance. Scientific studies have shown that it is very effective in treating arthritis, asthma, bronchitis, epileptic seizures, high blood pressure, and stress.

In traditional folk and tribal wisdom, healers used the roots to detoxify the blood, alleviate skin irritations and rashes, to treat urinary tract infection, and to reduce fevers. Women use its root to minimize the hazards of miscarriage and for safe delivery of the child.

A tea prepared using the root produces a calming, clarifying, feeling of euphoria and tranquility. The syrup made with concoction of the roots is used to make a Sherbet, which is more prevalent in South India.

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In recent times, like many other commodities, prices of the higher mukhi Rudraksha (8 mukhi upto 21 mukhi) have shot up, rather abnormally. Pricing of Rudraksha is not controlled by any apex organization and is by and large governed by demand and supply that prevails in the market. Large quantities of these beads are imported into India from Nepal or Indonesia. Rudralife, being the market leader in the field has tried to analyze various probable factors responsible for this sharp rise as it is affecting common people as well as the rich. Surprisingly it is the rich who now have to shell out more to buy exotic higher mukhi Rudraksha.

What are higher mukhi Rudraksha? A mukhi is a facet or groove over the body of Rudraksha, formed naturally. Over 95% of the entire production of the Rudraksha is of 4, 5 and 6 mukhis (mostly 5 mukhis) only. Rudraksha beyond 8 mukhi comes in the category of “higher mukhi” Rudraksha, although 2 and 3 mukhi also come under this rare category. Our ancient scriptures narrate great virtues of these rare Rudraksha and our recent experience also shows that some of these higher mukhi Rudraksha change lives and empower people with internal energies, self-confidence and offer protection of all kinds. A Rudraksha like 12 mukhi is considered good for health and 19 mukhi is considered to offer protection against negative forces and enemies. Some of the families who have acquired a Siddha Mala (present cost over Rs. 3 lacs) or Indra Mala (present cost is above Rs. 3 Crores) were lucky to have got these super power packed malas at lower prices. A 14 mukhi Rudraksha which used to cost less than Rs. 20000 about 5 years back is now available at not less than Rs. 1 lac! (Of course we are referring only to pure and high quality beads of the current season and not pointing to old inventories). 8 mukhi Rudraksha which was available at less than         Rs. 3000 is now available at around Rs. 10 – 12, 000 per bead.

A Siddha Mala consisting of collector grade Rudraksha (consisting of 1 to 14 mukhi, Ganesh, and Gaurishankar Rudraksha) which costs now Rs. 3 lacs plus is a very successful combination and there are several testimonials available with Rudralife for its efficacy.

Among various factors for price rise is new demand coming up from overseas market particularly USA, UK, Germany and South Africa along with the sudden spurt of demand from China and great upsurge in local demand in India. This coupled with static (rather declining) production of Rudraksha in Nepal are some of the reasons for this price rise.

Rudralife who have made many successful combinations and have organized over 650 exhibitions worldwide, are showcasing these rare and divine collection for the benefit of people. You are assured of 100% purity and high quality which you deserve.

Rudralife strongly believes that if a customer is paying for these expensive but exotic beads of power and is not settling for low quality (and low priced fake beads), then the customer must get the best.

Rudralife is organizing an Exhibition of Rudraksha ……..

Three Mukhi Rudraksha
Three Mukhi Rudraksha
Aat Mukhi Rudraksha
Aat Mukhi Rudraksha
Fourteen Mukhi Rudraksha
Fourteen Mukhi Rudraksha
Fifteen Mukhi Rudraksha
Fifteen Mukhi Rudraksha

Rudraksha the Holy Bead for all

Pure and Original Rudraksha
Rudraksha is the seed of a fruit from trees grown in INDIA, NEPAL AND MALAYSIA. Rudraksha are rightly said to be the beads with a purpose. These beads possess powerful Electromagnetic properties in controlling Stress, Blood pressure, improving blood flow and Circulation. All the Rudraksha beads are powerful enough to transform one’s personality and outlook in a positive way.
Scientifically Controlled laboratory researches have proved that Rudraksha possess powerful electromagnetic, Paramagnetic and Inductive properties. As a result, upon wearing these Rudraksha, specific electrical impulses are sent to Cerebral Cortex, stimulating certain positive brain centres thereby causing transformation in the charisma and confidence of the wearer.
On account of its Electromagnetic property, Rudraksha beads impact the cardiac activity  positively and  coordinates with the blood flow to the brain. In eastern cultures , these beads are believed to possess supernatural powers and are akin to the Divine.
Thus, surely Rudraksha are the wonder beads helping us perform better and lead a more successful life.
Dr. Swati K Gupta.
 M.Phil., Ph.D
Rudralife Research Team.

Pure and Original Rudraksha at Rudralife
Wearing your Rudraksha for the first time
Rudraksha should be worn on a Monday or any other auspicious day after performing an abhishek at a Lord Shiva Temple.
Place the mala at the base of the Shiva ling and offer raw milk and water on the Shiva ling as well as the mala while chanting “Om Namah Shivay” minimum 108 times to enchance the effect further, seed mantra of different mukhis in the combination should also be chanted at least nine times.
There is also a detailed Poojan Vidhi which is as per mention in our ancient scriptures and the same can be performed.
Care & Precautions:
Rudraksha can be worn by all (Man, Women & Children) on a regular basis. There is no taboo while wearing Rudraksha. The mala should be taken off during sex, bowel movements, going to funeral grounds and menstrual cycle. the mala can also be taken off while taking bath as regular soap and water can dehydrate the beads.
It is hence recommended to take off the mala ai night and wear it in th morning after a bath, while chanting “Om Namah Shivay” mantra.
Maintaining the Rudraksha:
Rudraksha are very strong beads and have a life span of hundreads of years if maintained properly. The beads should be kept clean and free from deposits of sweat and talc, by washing them with plain water at reguler intervals and cleaning them with soft brush. If the beads appear to be dry then you can apply coconut, olive or musturd oil to protect the beads from dehydration.

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