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Monday, May 6, 2013

The Ayurvedic Kali Booti


Directions: (1) 1 gm. of Kali Booti taken with water half an hour before meals solves many stomach problems, purifies nervous system, improves digestive power, eliminates gastric disorders, relieves from gloominess & keeps one cheerful.
 If necessary, the booti can be taken with water half an hour after the meals also. 
 (2) Patients with 'Kidney stone' should take the booti with water 2-3 times a day. 
They should also do the Yogasan 'Katipindmardanasan' for 5-7 minutes in the morning & evening with empty stomach. Because of this the stone in the kidney is broken into small pieces and excreted out with the urine.
 For details of 'Katipindmardanasan' please refer to the book 'Yogasan' published by Sant Shri Asaramji Ashram.
 (3)If the children are weak & thin, and one wishes to make them healthy & fat, then warm 15-20 gms of pure Ghee, mix 1-1.25 gms of booti with ghee, then give this mixture to the child empty stomach.
 If needed give breakfast after half an hour. The booti can be given with warm water in the afternoon also.
 After one week, increase the quantity of Ghee by 5-10 gms. & add 1.25-1.5 gms. of booti. In the third week again increase the quantity of Ghee by 5-10 gms. & add 2 gms. of booti.
 Continuing this treatment for 3-5 weeks in this fashion makes the body strong. Taking the booti with Ghee increases fats.
 (4) Patients suffering from cough & phlegm are relieved by taking booti mixed with 1 gm. of honey.
 Many people who got themselves treated even abroad, but still had stomach problems, have benefitted by taking the booti just once or twice.

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