Culturally,spritually,medicianally acpects of the plants and animals
Culturally,spritually,medicianallyacpects of the plants and animals in India
In India, people use plants which helps them in their daily life. They use plants as spiritually, medicinally and culturally.
(1)Culturally:• Neem have been known to Indians since time immemorial.• The earliest Sanskrit medical writings refer to the benefits of neem’s fruits, seeds, oil, leaves, roots and bark. Each of these has been used in the Indian Ayurvedic and Unani systems of medicine.(2)Medicinally:• It is useful in tiredness, cough, fever, loss of appetite, worm infestation.• It heals wounds and vitiated conditions of kapha, vomiting, skin diseases, excessive thirst, and diabetes. Neem leaves are reported to be beneficial for eye disorders and insect poisons.• It treats Vatik disorder.• It is anti-leprotic. It’s fruits are bitter, purgative, anti-hemorrhoids and anthelmintic’.• Neem has been used traditionally in India to treat several viral diseases.
Culturally:(1)The banyan tree is well known all over India .(2)The tree has what is known as the aerial roots, its branches drop to the ground, take rootsagain, and send out more twisting and trailing branches, thus extending the growth of the treeindefinitely.(3) From immemorial, poets and mystics of India have been eloquent in singing the praises ofthis tree.Medicinally:(1)It is used in traditional medicine for the treatment of several ailments.(2)The bark and leaf buds of the tree are useful in arresting secretion or bleeding.(3)The fruit exercises a soothing effect on the skin and mucous membranes, alleviates swellingand pain, and serve as a mild purgative.(4)It is also nutritious.(5)The leaf buds of the banyan tree are beneficial in the treatment of chronic diarrhea anddysentery.
Spiritually:(1)This tree is also sacred to the Buddhists. After attainingenlightenment, the Buddha is believed to have sat under a banyantree for seven days, absorbed in his newfound realization.(2) According to another legend, Banyan Tree is believed to haveoriginally been situated in Vasukis garden. Amba or MotherEarth, wanted it for her children. After a fight with Vasuki and byinvoking Shivas help, Amba managed to obtain the banyan(3) The Puranas tell the story of Savitri, who lost her husband a yearafter their marriage. He died under a banyan tree and by worshippingit, Savitri was able to follow Yama himself and win back her husbandslife as well as secure prosperity and progeny.
(1)Culturally:• Peepal tree has the great importance in India especially among the Buddhist who regard Peepal tree as the personification of Buddha.• Lord Buddha attained enlightenment mediating under the Peepal tree.• It is regarded as the sacred tree and the people uses its leaves for the religious purposes.(2)Medicinally:• The juice of its leaves extracted by holding them near the fire can be used as the ear drop.• Its power bark has been used to heal the wounds for years.• The bark of the tree is useful in inflammations and glandular swelling of the neck.• The roots are even chewed to prevent gum diseases.
Spiritually:(1)Peepal tree has the great importance in India especially among the Buddhistwho regard Peepal tree as the personification of Buddha.(2) Lord Buddha attained enlightenment mediating under the Peepal tree(3) It is regarded as the sacred tree and the people uses its leaves for the religiouspurposes.(4) People tie threads of white, red and yellow silk around it to pray for progenyand rewarding parenthood.(5) Hindus in India holds the great spiritual regard for the Peepal Tree, theyregard it as the tree beneath which Vishnu was born.
Tulsi is the sacred plant dearer to the Lord Vishnu. Tulsi symbolises purity. It is considered as the holy plant in the Indian Subcontinent . A Hindu house is considered incomplete without the Tulsi plant in the courtyard.(4) Tulsi is belived to promote longevity and life long happiness. Hindus performspecial Tulsi puja in the Kartik month which starts after Sharad Poornima. It is the timeof the Tulsi vivah (marriage).
(1) The countrys growing production and demand for paper will undoubtedly increase the demand for this renewable banana resource, thus increasing rural Bhutanese income.(2) The traditional uses of banana leaves and stems - part of the countrys cultural heritage - will, however, continue.(1)Bananas are considered to be good for the treatment of gastric ulcer and diarrhea.(2)They are also considered benefitial for cancer prevention and heart diseases.(1)It is mentioned of the Kalpavriksha and Chaityavriksha in the ancient scripturesindicating that the worship of the tree is indeed an ancient Indian practice.
(1) Amla is the most potent natural source of Vitamin C. In fact, this tiny fruit has as much Vitamin C as two oranges. Vitamin C, when taken in the form of supplements, is not always easily absorbed.(2) Amla also helps boost protein metabolism, so if you exercise and work out regularly you will benefit greatly from regular amla intake.(3) Regular use of pain killers, antibiotics and medication, regular intake of alcohol, all cause toxin build-up in the liver(4) It also strengthens the bodys central nervous system. It is a gentle laxative and helps cure constipation.
(1)Cleanses and supports your digestive system(2)Infuses you with energy(3)Hydrates your skin(4)Soothes and promotes skin renewal(5)Supports your immune system(6)And so much more
Ancient scripture state that “Suryaketu” nerve on cow’s back absorbs harmfulradiations and cleanses atmosphere. Mere presence of cows is a great contributionto environment. In our country with small holdings and small scale farming, there is no betteralternative to employing cattle in farming.(1) Gobar (Cow dung) Gas is not new to India. It was pioneered here in the 70s and adopted by individual families that owned cows mostly in Rural India.(2) A US patent has been granted to Indian scientists on the use of cow urine distillate as bio-enhancer(3) Infants fed whole cows milk dont get enough vitamin E, iron, and essential fatty acids. They also get too much protein, sodium, and potassium.(4) For the best infant nutrition, pick the right milk source and eventually introduce the infant to solid foods.
(1) According to the Vedic social system, as soon as one takes birth he becomes indebted to so many persons.(2) "Similarly, this Bhagavad-gétä is the essence of all Vedic literature, just like milk is the essence of the blood. Blood...(3)Cows are dear to Krishna that’s why devotees love cows.