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Tulsi Mala Polished

Tulsi Mala Polished

The Holy plant of Tulsi is considered very revered and a symbol of faith in Hinduism. Therefore, it is also worshiped and offered as prasad since ancient age. Apart from this, Tulsi leaves are also used in tea and decoction (Kadha). Much importance is given to Tulsi in the Ayurveda scriptures. Its intake is considered very beneficial for health. Many medicinal properties are found in it, which are beneficial for our body./p>

The Holy plant of Tulsi is considered very revered and a symbol of faith in Hinduism. Therefore, it is also worshiped and offered as prasad since ancient age. Apart from this, Tulsi leaves are also used in tea and decoction (Kadha). Much importance is given to Tulsi in the Ayurveda scriptures. Its intake is considered very beneficial for health. Many medicinal properties are found in it, which are beneficial for our body.


Wearing its Mala also has many benefits. It is said that wearing Tulsi Mala gives special benefits. Just as planting Tulsi in the courtyard of the house destroys the negative energy of the house and positive energy is infused in the house, in the same way, wearing the Tulsi Mala also gives its medicinal properties to the body and the negative energy of the body is flushed out. Wearing a Mala of Tulsi also helps in getting rid of many diseases. Many mantras are also chanted with Tulsi Mala. According to the scriptures, it is believed that by chanting Tulsi Mala, you get closer to Srihari. Therefore, you too can wear a Mala of Tulsi being provided by Vedobi. This Mala makes your personality more attractive.

Benefits

  • Spiritual Benefits: Wearing a Mala of Tulsi around the neck purifies the mind and soul. Wearing it leads to the spiritual advancement of man that makes him feel closer to God.
    Wearing a Mala of Tulsi brings prestige and good fortune.
    Wearing it also leads to positivity in the mind and mental peace.
    According to classical belief, Tulsi is highly loved by Lord Vishnu. This helps to connect the mind and the body.
  • Health Benefits: Wearing a Mala of Tulsi improves the flow of electric power in the body. Wearing this Mala produces electric waves in the body which improves the blood circulation of the body. This creates pressure on some important acupressure points of the body which helps to relieve mental stress.
    Tulsi has medicinal properties. Therefore, the person wearing it does not have headaches, colds, fever, and skin diseases. Apart from this, wearing this Mala by a person already suffering from these diseases is also very beneficial.
  • Benefits of Wearing Tulsi Mala on the Wrist: Tulsi Mala can also be worn on the wrist. Wearing Tulsi Mala on the wrist helps to hold the pulse, reduces numbness, and increases the strength of the arms.
  • Benefits of Wearing a Tulsi Mala around the Neck: Wearing a Mala of Tulsi around the neck increases vitality and relieves many diseases. Wearing a Tulsi Mala around the neck puts pressure on the necessary acupressure points which reduce mental stress, infectious diseases, and improves health. Wearing Tulsi Mala cleanses the body making a person disease-free, and sattvic. Wearing a Mala of Tulsi protects against diseases related to the throat.
  • Benefits of tying Tulsi Mala on the Waist: Tying a Mala of Tulsi on the waist gives immense benefit to pregnant women. During the delivery period, their delivery pain is reduced and delivery is also easy. There is also an ancient tradition of wearing a girdle of Tulsi at the waist. Wearing a Tulsi girdle in the waist does not cause paralysis. There are also no disorders of liver, spleen, stomach, and sex.
  • According to Astrology: According to astrology, wearing a Mala of Tulsi gives strength to Mercury and Guru planets in the horoscope and both these planets are strong.
    If human beings worship the deities and ancestors etc., ornamented with Malas made of Tulsi wood, it bears great results.
    If a person offers a Mala of Tulsi to Lord Vishnu and holds it again devoutly in prasad form then his sins are destroyed.

Key Ingredients

  • Process of Making Tulsi Mala: Tulsi Mala is made from the wood of the Tulsi plant. For this, the wood of the Tulsi plant is first peeled and is divided into 108 small pieces. After piercing each piece, a Mala is made by binding these beads into a thread. Wearing it keeps the body and mind cool. It leads to good thoughts and awakens devotion in the heart.

How To Use

Rules for Wearing Tulsi Mala

Step 1: Tulsi Mala should be worn on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday by cleansing it with Gangas water.

Step 2: A person wearing a Tulsi Mala should not consume onion and garlic.

Step 3: People who wear Tulsi Mala should stay away from non-vegetarian.

Step 4: One should not wear Rudraksha Mala with Tulsi Mala. There are both scientific and spiritual beliefs behind not holding these two together. Tulsi and Rudraksha's Mala emit different types of energies and these energies work opposite to each other. Just as the functions of fire and water are opposite to each other. Similarly, the functions of Rudraksha and Tulsi are also opposite to each other.