Mudra: Bhramara Mudra

Bhramara Mudra or bee alleviates allergies and conditions related to these. Highly recommended for prone, as fall and spring seasons

Bhramara Mudra

Performed with both hands. Place the index finger at the recess of the thumb and the tip of the thumb next to the nail of the middle finger. The ring and the little finger are extended.

Practice 4 times a day for 7 minutes. If you have more time practicing up to 8 times a day for 20 minutes.

The name of this mudra comes from an Indian dance and represents the bee. Currently we use products of the bees against allergies, and this mudra produces the same effect.

The cause of the allergy is a weakened immune system or an impoverished intestinal flora. You have to know that antibiotics and many other medications affect the intestinal flora. The consequences are mucus in the frontal sinuses, bronchi and intestinal tract, as well as the emergence of a variety of rashes. The change of time, pollen and animal hairs are only triggers, but not the cause.

Allergy sufferers should not eat meat, or take very little, tomatoes, hot peppers, Kiwi or strawberries, or drinking milk.

Practice yoga on a regular basis, running and walking helps to strengthen the immune system. Eliminate stress and relax enough also is important. Clean up the intestinal flora can be done with medicine as a form of healing Earth. An enema is also very effective, and although it may seem otherwise is not nothing complicated: hangs the water tank at the top of the bathtub, fill it with infusion of Chamomile or Sage, Ponte cats into the tub and insert the end of the tube in the year for filling the intestine with infusion. The rest is just done. Repeat 3 times and then rest awhile. It is best to apply an enema every two days for a week. The effect lasts for several months.

Allergy sufferers tend to have obsession for cleaning or have him panic to communicable diseases. Become aware of your fears and work with them to face in your mind what triggers your fear.

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By • Oct 9, 2013 • section: Practice