Ancient Indian Rishi-Munis understood the strong medicinal healing properties of Rudraksha Beads and prescribed certain simple home remedies to get permanent relief from skin diseases and infections, including Gajakarna and Khaj-Khujli.
As per their studies the Panch Mukhi[5 Faced], Che Mukh[6 Faced]. Saat Mukhi[7 Faced] and Solah Mukhi[16 Faced] Rudraksha Beads have strong medicinal properties, which have the potency to effectively heal skin infections. The corresponding strength of the healing properties of the Rudraksha Beads mentioned above are in successive order.
The Rudraksha Bead should be rubbed on a rubbing board using a few drops of Ganga Jal to prepare the paste. However, Ganga Jal, which is the water of India’s Holy River Ganges can be hard to come across in many countries, hence people in these countries can make the use of fresh and pure drinking water instead of Ganga Jal.
The Rudraksha Beads paste has to be applied over the body parts, which have been affected by the skin disease for a few days to get noticeable results in making the skin disease and itching subside.
Another variation of this Rudraksha Beads Healing Remedy is to light a Agarbatti/Incense Stick before an idol or photograph of Shiva on a Monday and collect the ash. This ash should be mixed with the Rudraksha Paste before applying it over the infected body parts. This paranormal variation of this healing remedy is also most simple to practice, the only thing to be noted is that the Agarbatti/Incense Stick should be made from Pure Sandalwood.