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Prolonged use of anti-allergic medicines can cause serious brain-related disorders, says Yogi Ashwini Ji

In the last few articles we have discussed the Dincharya and different detoxification techniques. Once the body and mind are tuned to the frequencies of the universe and a proper Dincharya is followed then all the senses get fully awakened and open up to absorption of prana from all sources. The body becomes like a fully recharged battery. Ayurveda and yoga prescribe various preparations and techniques to help the body absorb the right prana from what we ingest. Herbal tea serves a dual purpose : Firstly, they protect against allergies and secondly they rejuvenate as the prana released by them is easily absorbed by the body. An allergy is caused when the body is exposed to a nonconforming pranic force. The reaction of the body to this foreign non-conforming prana is in the form of a violent reaction like a cold, swelling of the plural (lung covering) membranes, a rise in body temperature, eruptions on the skin etc. When we take an anti-allergy tablet we actually confuse the brain; on one hand the brain knows that the invading prana is nonconforming and dangerous while on the other hand the medicine that we take blocks its reaction and suppresses it. This does not allow the symptoms of the presence of a foreign body to show and gives a false sense of well being. Prolonged use of such suppressing medicines can cause serious psychosomatic disorders. Let me prescribe a simple ayurvedic remedy to develop the body's immunity. Rose petals when boiled, strained and mixed with khand (unrefined sugar), and taken as a sherbet strengthen the immunity levels of the body. This sherbet also acts as a tonic for the heart.

Rose hip (the bottom part of a rose which is green in colour) tea is very beneficial. Steep 3 to 5 rose hips in hot water with honey (that is at least a year old). This can be taken 3-4 times a day. Regular intake will strengthen the body’s immunity and develop the body's ability to absorb more prana.

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