We all love jewellery and have seen our mom’s and grand mom’s also wear them since ever. But how many of us really know there are many scientific health benefits of these jewellery we wear? In Hindu culture there is a tradition of wearing ornaments all over the body such as the head, hair, ears, nose and feet and each and every ornament aims at rejuvinating or healing. So let’s explore the health benefits of different kind of jewellery to maintain a healthy body and mind:
11 Ways to boost your health by wearing jewellery
1. Maang Tikka:
Maang Tikka is worn on forehead. It is said to control the level of heat in the body. The point where it falls is believed to be the Ajna chakra, which in Sanskrit means “to know or perceive”. The chakra is represented by two petals signifying the holy union of male and female on a spiritual, physical and emotional level.
2. Nose Rings:
The science behind wearing Noserings is according to Ayurveda, piercing the nose near a particular node on the left nostril helps in reducing menstruation pain in women. Hence, girls as well as older women are supposed to wear nose rings. since the nerves leading from the left nostril are associated with the female reproductive organs. Piercing the nose at this position helps in easing childbirth.
3. Ear Rings:
Ear piercing is a part of acupuncture treatment. Outer part of ears carry a lot of important acupuncture and acupressure points. The point where the ears of a baby are pierced is known to cure asthma. Earrings actually have a very beneficial function. Wearing earrings has an acupuncture-effect on the body.
4. Mangalsutra & Necklace:
According to scriptures, the Mangalsutra attracts a lot of positive and divine energy. Mangalsutra is an auspicious thread mostly made in gold as an identifiable mark for married women. The gold wire of the Mangalsutra destroys the distressing vibrations present in the Universe through its Energy of the Absolute Fire element. The black color of the beads is said to absorb all negative vibrations. This too is believed to regularize a women’s blood circulation. This is also said to control the body pressure levels to a maximum extent, as Indian women tend to work hard. Advised it should always be hidden. Just because of the constant friction of the metal gold touching the body portion directly, the effect will be more to gain the said benefits.
The science behind wearing Necklaces- Necklaces made of gold attract a flow of bliss. A spiral of Bliss is created and activated in the pendant by this flow. In each small leaf of the design in the necklace, a spiral of Bliss is created and activated. From these spirals, particles of Bliss are transmitted in the body of the woman and in the environment. Waves associated with emotions takes place in the middle of Vishuddha-chakra and Anahat-chakra respectively. These waves can also be benefitted from by wearing necklaces of apt lengths.
The arm ring or armlet helps blood circulation in your arms and create right amount of resistance to make arms comfortable.
6. Finger Rings:
In ancient India, the scholars classified the significance of each finger that controls or is in any way connected to each part of one’s body and the brain. Considering the nerves from different fingers connecting to brain. It is the most common ornament worn by both men and women. The nerves of our body are connected to each other and metal is considered good for health. Ring finger has a nerve which is connected to heart through brain.
The science behind wearing bangles is that Glass bangles have the Sattva component, Devi Principle and Chaitanya (Divine consciousness) in them. Due to the sound generated by the glass bangles, the negative energies back off, it also increase the vital energy. It is believed that the constant friction between the bangles increases the blood circulation level. Furthermore, the electro-magnetic energy passing out through outer skin is again reverted to one’s own body because of the ring shaped bangles, which has no ends to pass the energy outside. Red bangles symbolize energy, blue bangles symbolize wisdom and purple symbolizes independence. Green stands for luck or marriage and yellow is for happiness. Orange bangles mean success, white ones mean new beginnings and black ones mean power. Silver bangles mean strength, while gold bangles mean fortune. People who know about reiki/energy healing can understand that energy can be channelled from the hand and directed to the palms.
8. Kamarband/ Waist Band:
Kardhani (waist band) or kamarband and Waist Key Chain is another ornament which is of great significance. It is worn on the waist by women. It helps in regulating the menstrual periods and provides relief from the menstrual cramps. A silver kardhani is said to control belly fat.
Waist key chain helps you keep your throat clear of mucus and phlegam, due to acupressure that the hook exerts at the skin contact area thereby assuring you have a clear voice.
Anklets are worn on the ankles which joins it to the toe. An anklet is usually made of silver which help to retain a woman’s energy. It also provides relief from joint pains and the jingling sound keeps the negative energy away.
10. Toe ring:
The Science behind wearing toe ring is the Indian believe that your “prana” or “life force” must be in balance in order for you to stay healthy. All of the paths of your “prana” run down to your toes, so the idea that a marital symbol could double up as a reproductive enhancer is not a big stretch. Since Toe rings are usually made of Silver, a good conductor, it also absorbs the energy from the polar energies from the earth and passes it to the body, thus refreshing whole body system. The rings are usually worn on second toe whose nerve is connected to the uterus and passes through the heart. It regulate the menstrual flows and help in conceiving, it also balances the blood pressure.
11. Silver on lower body and Gold on upper body:
Normally, we see women wearing gold ornaments on the upper part of the body and silver ornaments on the lower part of the body. According to scientific principles, silver reacts well with the Earth’s energy, while gold reacts well with the body’s energy and aura. Therefore, silver is worn as anklets or toe rings while gold is used to adorn the upper parts of the body.
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