Ingredients 5 teaspoons of horsetail (Equisetum arvense) 1 teaspoon of Agnihotra ash powder Procedure Take 5 teaspoons of horsetail (Equisetum arvense) and 1 teaspoon of Agnihotra ash powder in 1 litre of water and boil for 10 minutes. Filter the horsetail tea. Applications Drink this tea whenever you feel thirsty. The filtered horsetail can be used as an herbal compress 2-3 times a day on the affected body part. The tea can be used externally for scalp problems, etc. This treatment has proven very helpful with various internal and external problems and supports your health beautifully.
Ingredients Juice of 1 Lemon 2 tablespoon of Honey 1/2 teaspoon of Agnihotra Ash Procedure Mix the juice from one lemon with 2 tablespoons of honey and half a teaspoon of Agnihotra ash powder in half a cup of boiled water. Application Take one dessert spoon of this mixture every hour.
Ingredients Tampon Yogurt Agnohtra Ash Powder Procedure Soak a tampon with yogurt and sprinkle half a teaspoon of Agnihotra ash powder over it. Use the tampon as you would normally during a woman's period. Application This can be applied 2-3 times a day and has proven to be effective in irritations and fungal infections of the female organs. This treatment is especially useful when combining the yogurt tamponade with the eating of yogurt mixed with Agnihotra ash 1-3 times a day. The body then receives extra healing.
Ingredients 1 tablespoon of Agnihotra Ash 1 liter of water Piece of cloth Cotton or gauze Procedure Put one tablespoon of Agnihotra ash into one litre of water. Now take a piece of cloth, gauze or cotton and soak it with this Agnihotra ash water and place it on the affected area of the body. Application Place a terry towel on top in order to catch excessive moisture, and leave the Agnihotra compress on for 10-15 minutes. Then repeat the process again. Agnihotra compresses can be applied with cold water for a cooling effect on such problems as sprained ankle, headache, calf-wrap for fever, neck wrap for sore throat, angina, contusions and sport injuries etc. It can also be used with hot water (as hot as is comfortable) when warmth is needed e.g. liver and gall bladder problems, back pains, heart troubles, etc. [...]
Ingredients 1 tablespoon of Agnihotra Ash Pot of boiling water Procedure Put one teaspoon of Agnihotra ash powder into a pot of boiling water. Retrieve from the stove. Application The patient should keep his head directly above the pot and deeply inhale the steam. To concentrate the steam, the patient should put a thick towel over his head and pot.
Ingredients Agnihotra Ash Clarified unsalted Cow's butter (Ghee) Procedure Combine seventeen parts Agnihotra ash powder with ninety-five parts ghee. Heat the mixture until well blended and pour into molds. Solidify in the refrigerator. Applications When necessary it can be cut into a suppository shape and inserted.
Precaution Agnihotra eye drops need to be prepared anew daily. Ingredients Agnihotra Ash Distilled water Procedure Mix one part Agnihotra powder with ten parts distilled water. This mixture has to be boiled on a low flame for 10 minutes. Afterwards pass the mixture through filter paper, triple folded fine mesh cheesecloth or something similar. Applications The patient may put one drop of the filtered solution into each corner of the eye and rub one drop into the skin beneath the eye several times a day.
Precautions The cream should not go into an open wound or blood stream. Ingredients Agnihotra Ash Clarified unsalted Cow's butter (Ghee) Pure spring or well water Procedure Combine one part ghee with three parts pure spring or well water by volume. Knead together in a pure copper vessel with the palm of your right hand until the ghee absorbs some of the water. Discard the excess water and add again three parts pure water to the ghee. Repeat this process at least fifteen times. Then combine one part Agnihotra powder with nine parts of this water-ghee emulsion in a copper or glass vessel suitable for preparing ointments. Applications This cream may be used externally and has a profound effect. Massaging this into the skin over the organ improves its function and heals it. Massaging over the muscle rejuvenates it and makes it [...]
Ingredients Agnihotra Ash Clarified unsalted Cow's butter (Ghee) Procedure Mix powdered Agnihotra ash with ghee (clarified unsalted cow's butter). Ghee is an excellent transport medium carrying the subtle healing substances to the exact location of the disease. In a vessel suitable for preparing ointments, mix one part Agnihotra powder with nine parts ghee by weight. Applications Agnihotra ointment is used externally for all kinds of skin problems, inflammations, eczema, scars, dry skin, etc. It is used internally for example for heart conditions, kidney problems, etc. Simultaneously rub the ointment externally over the affected organs like the heart or kidneys.
Precaution Use copper or glass vessels / utensils to handle Agnihtra Ash. Using metal or plastic could contaminate the Agnihotra ash. Preparation The simplest way to use the Agnihotra ash is in pure powder form. In order to have a fine, readily usable powder, pass the Agnihotra ash through a fine sieve, such as a tea strainer. It is easy to shake the Agnihotra ash through such a sieve or strainer and you will then have a fine Agnihotra ash powder. The bigger, harder parts that remain in the strainer can be given to plants or put into water sources like rivers or lakes. All water sources will be grateful for these healing energies. They can also be put into the compost pile to energize the soil. Wherever Agnihotra ash is placed it gives healing energy. Applications The following is the short list many things one can do [...]