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Hanuman Mantra to infuse Triphala Churna

The Beheda [बेहड़ा]; botanical name Terminalia Bellirica; commonly called as Beach Almond is a plant having diverse uses in Ayurveda and Indian folk medicine. There are also some myths associated with this tree and it also finds use in some paranormal exorcism rituals in India. The information given in this post is regarding its use in removing any kind of stomach diseases and ailments by infusing it with a Hanuman Mantra.

Beheda is also one of the constituents which make up the famous Triphala Churna; the others being Amla and Haritaki. Triphala Churna is consumed by a lot of people for a wide variety of diseases and ailments.

The Beheda; which as mentioned above has been associated with certain paranormal properties and hence it can be made more potent and powerful if infused with this Hanuman Mantra. This infusion is said to be beneficial if Beheda is part of an Ayurveda Formulation; like Triphala Churma or even if used individually.

The person consuming any medicine containing Beheda has to infuse it by chanting the Hanuman Mantra given here 31 times, before consuming it.

A Hanuman Mantra to make the famous Ayurvedic Medicne Triphala Churna Powerful
Hanuman Mantra to infuse Triphala Churna


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  1. Is this infusion mantra has to be chanted only once 31times or every time when one has to consume triphala churna?

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    1. The Mantra has to be chanted 31 times, every time Triphala Churna is consumed.

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