• +91-906-856-5306
  • yajyavijyaanam@patanjaliyogpeeth.org.in


by | Aug 31, 2022 | Research-en

1.1  Bansal, et. al., (2015). The objective of the study was to find the effects of Yagya Therapy in prevention and management of Epilepsy. Hawan is a scientific experiment in which special herbs (Hawan Samagri) are offered in the fire of medicinal woods ignited in a specially designed fire pit called agnikuñda. Hawan seems to be designed by the ancient scholars to fight diseases of the brain. Our metadata analysis demonstrates that the components of Hawan are having a number of volatile oils that are specifically useful for epilepsy through one or the other mechanism of action. Due to high temperature of fire the vapors of these oils enter into the central nervous system through the nasal route. A daily routine of performing Havan can maintain the therapeutic components in the body and help prevent epilepsy.

Bansal, et. al., (2015)

1.2 Batham et al., (2018). The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of Yagya therapy in epileptic seizures/apsamar. A 65-year-old patient had adult-onset epilepsy and the patient also had a history of memory loss, hypertension and type 2 diabetes as diagnosed by the doctor. The patient experienced about 8 seizures annually during the 3 years of taking allopathic medicine. Through oral testimonials, the patient also had continuous yagya-therapy with allopathic medicine for ~3-5 years, with only 2-3 episodes during the first year, that too only during sleep and no seizures thereafter. Thus, the present study shows encouraging results regarding the effectiveness of yagya therapy in the treatment of epileptic seizures.

Batham et al., (2018)


Your site doesn’t have any tags, so there’s nothing to display here at the moment.

Aug 31, 2022