The Science of Rejuvenation
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The Science of Rejuvenation

Organ transplants are not just an offshoot of the late 20th century medical advancement. Transplant has been done thousand of years ago, in the case of an artificial limb that was made for Queen Vaisphala, the wife of King Khela. This is recorded in the oldest of the four branches of the Vedas, the Rig Veda. This Veda also contains great curative herbal preparations used to treat many diseases of the body and mind, as well as those that promote longevity and rejuvenation.

THE SCIENCE OF REJUVENATION

Organ transplants are not just an offshoot of the late 20th century medical advancement. Transplant has been done thousand of years ago, in the case of an artificial limb that was made for Queen Vaisphala, the wife of King Khela. This is recorded in the oldest of the four branches of the Vedas, the Rig Veda. This Veda also contains great curative herbal preparations used to treat many diseases of the body and mind, as well as those that promote longevity and rejuvenation.

Queen Vishpala with her "leg of Iron" fighting at Khela's battle.

(IMAGE CREDT: John Pincus)

The science of rejuvenation is known as the Rasayana, the literal meaning is “the essence of something”. According to this science, anything ingested to the body in the form of food or medicine is first synthesized into the basic plasma tissue.

Rasayana is based on the two principles of conservation and transmutation of energy. Its therapy focuses on the improvement of the physical, mental, and moral qualities. It prevents old age, restores youthfulness, improves the complexion and the voice, increase physical strength and immunity. It strengthens memory and intelligence, gives happiness to oneself, and a life which is beneficial to others.

The life span of a hundred years is nothing but the combined effect of reserve energy coming from all organs, tissues, and systems. The reserve energy is also the result of the energy we had inherited from our parents, the food we eat, from the subtle body of stored chi, the soul, and other congenital factors. Once the optimum use of this reserve energy is tapped, we can achieve our full life span. On the other hand, the misuse of the sexual energy, improper diet and rest, a reckless approach to the problems in life, and an accumulation of stress and strain on the mind will consume the reserve energy, thereby shortening the life span.

As dirty clothes cannot properly absorb new color dyes unless the dirt is removed, the body remains in a similar manner. The body must first be sensitive and receptive to assimilate the Rasayana medicine. Detoxifying the body must be done to remove the accumulated toxins from diseases and other metabolic disorders for the body to assimilate the new rejuvenating methods.

Adequate exercises like Tai chi, Hatha yoga, and aerobics help eliminate toxins from the body, especially when these are done with pranayama or withdrawn from external disturbances, thus minimizing the consumption of our reserve energy. When this basal energy is converted into the higher forms by the practice of yoga, it helps improve all brain functions.

Although it is highly recommended that one should be in temporary isolation for about three months to be shield from all negative thoughts and emotions of the world and be able to engage in meditation, pranayama, and other yogic practices, it seems to be a luxury the majority cannot afford.

The other type of Rasayana may be less effective since we all have our different worldly duties to perform. We have no choice but to settle for it, if we want to live a little longer.

The following system originally came from the ancient system of Rasayana. To live longer, we should not consume excess oily, fatty, or spicy foods and avoid drinking alcohol.

According to the science of rejuvenation, gota kolu, calamus, and gingko biloba are among the best for the brain, they increases one’s intelligence, memory, and quick comprehension. Dates and grape wines are good for the plasma.

To rebuild lung tissues and increase lung energy that is sustained for a long time, drink the concoction derived from ½ cup of water, ½ cup of milk, and one long pepper.

On the first day, boil the water, milk, and one pepper until the water evaporates.

On the second and succeeding days, put an additional pepper until the total amount reaches the number seven, nine, or 11.

Then reduce the amount taken each day by one until you come back to one long pepper.

This cycle should be repeated for three months.

Thanks to Marilitz thoughts!

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Comments (3)

Interesting.

very interesting article, thanks so much

Thanks Charlene and Carol.

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