Rudraksha : The Connection of Rudrakshya and Human Health


Rudraksha, which is seen in the pictures worn by gods and goddesses and sages. It is found on the arms, wrists and neck. Even now, the practice of wearing Rudraksha continues. From cultivating it to doing business. It is especially used in temples, worship, religious rituals, yoga and pranayama. Why is it used? What does this have to do with our body and mind? What are the benefits of wearing it? However, curiosity naturally arises.



Rudra and Aksha

Rudraksha is a combination of Rudra and Aksha. This means the mythological belief that Rudra, i.e. Lord Shiva’s tears originated. Rudraksha varies from 1 to 21 mouths. All these rudrakshas have their own significance. It is a type of plant found in the central hilly region of Nepal. The natural enclosure of its seeds is called mouth, so far one to twenty-one-facedĀ  seeds have been found. This is invaluable as the one-faced.It is actually considered as Shiva.

It is believed that a person who wears Rudraksha should not consume tamasi like alcohol, meat, garlic and onion to get proper benefit from it.

Ayurvedic importance of Rudraksha


Rudraksha, which maintains peace of mind and is beneficial in heart disease and nerve disease. It has its own Ayurvedic significance. The part except the bark of Rudraksha is used as medicine. This is called falasthi (ie the part except the skin of the fruit). Applying Rudraksha on the forehead like sandalwood, it causes headaches, insomnia, fever, sun exposure and radiance on the face. Its main function is hypertension.

There is a belief that the disease can be controlled only by wearing a garland. Rudraksha balances the electrical and magnetic fields in the body, which allows the blood to circulate better in our body. This is also the reason why Rudraksha protects the body by preventing the effects of external negative radiation which has already been described in Ayurveda. Read more

Hindu Belief

Rudraksha in ancient medicine

Its garland is used in Chinese medicine as an acupressure method to activate important points of the body and help in hypertension, mental illness, planetary obstruction, so its garland should reach the heart while wearing and should be pressed well while chanting.

Medicinal properties

International University of Florida scientist Dr. According to David Lee, rudraksha stores electrical energy, from which it develops magnetic properties. This is called dielectric property. Its nature is electromagnetic and paramagnetic and its dynamic polarity is amazing.

Indian scientist Dr. S.K. Bhattacharya conducted a pharmacological study in 1975 and said that due to its chemopharmacological properties, it is effective in controlling heart disease, blood pressure and cholesterol levels. It also affects the nervous system and balances the flow of neurotransmitters. Apart from the garland of rudraksha, the seeds are also powdered, soaked in water overnight and used in the morning to get up and drink.


The chemical element allocarpidin in it, aliazic acid can be used in mental problems such as epilepsy, insomnia, diabetes. It has a good effect on liver disease, Fio disease. So it can be used in jaundice, food cravings, allergies. People who wear garlands of rudraksha and basil keep their lungs healthy and are also suitable for tuberculosis. Consumption of Rudraksha powder with milk while sleeping gives peace of mind, good sleep and enhances memory, so a healthy person can also benefit from using it.


Vahuguni Rudraksha

It is a miraculous tree in itself which has religious, spiritual and physical benefits. Realizing its importance, it is used in your home fire. However, in the face of the irony of not knowing how to use it, if we can bring its importance to all and take the lead in the prevention of major challenging diseases such as high blood pressure and mental illness, our faith in Sanatan Dharma and our Vedas will become even stronger.

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