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Kapoor-(camphor )

95.00900.00

Kapoor-(camphor )

95.00900.00

Camphor fumes purify the environment.They kill the bacteria viruses & other microbes.It decreases the harshness of nervous disorders as well as convulsions, epileptic attacks, nervousness, as well as chronic anxiety. No wonder Hindus feel good after a puja. There is amazing improvement in attention, ability to concentrate, hand-eye coordination and short-term memory

 

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camphor fumes purify the environment.They kill the bacteria viruses & other microbes.
Camphor or Karpooram is a part of every aarti, puja , house warming or Agnihotra . The flame of Camphor is Lord Shiva’s  flame of consciousness.  It burn without residue.  Camphor crystals ( karpooram)  and match box are used for lightening the cow-dung cakes in Agnihotra.  Camphor is made in 6000 year old Ayurveda by distilling the bark and wood of the camphor tree – the mighty evergreen Camphor Laurel

As per Ayurveda Karpooram can control geno toxicity which affect in the genetic level.  Its stimulating action affects secretion and excretion.

It decreases the harshness of nervous disorders as well as convulsions, epileptic attacks, nervousness, as well as chronic anxiety. No wonder Hindus feel good after a puja. There is amazing improvement in attention, ability to concentrate, hand-eye coordination and short-term memory before an exam.

It has long been used as a medical substance in ancient India, where it generally goes by the name karpūra. It has been described in the 7th-century Āyurvedic work Mādhavacikitsāas being an effective drug used for the treatment of fever. The plant has also been named hima and has been identified with the plant Cinnamomum camphora. According to the Vaidyaka-śabda-sindhu, it is one of the “five flavours” used in betel-chewing, where it is also referred to as candrabhasma (‘moon powder’).

Kapur is widely used in Hindu religious ceremonies. It is put on a stand called ‘karpur dāni’ in India. Aarti is performed after setting fire to it usually as the last step of puja

 

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