Special Health Importance Of Different Trees In Our Lives
By: Priyanka Sat, 28 Nov 2020 10:39 PM
Often people worship trees for troubleshooting. Trees have special importance in religious beliefs. They have importance in good to bad situations. These beliefs are not blank, a scientific connection is often found in Hindu beliefs. The trees which are worshiped by religious faith are the highest oxygen-giving trees. Not only this, they also have special importance in medical science.
The peepal tree has been considered the king of trees. People have special religious faith on this. People especially worship this tree for the relief of their sufferings. There is a religious belief that Yama lives in this tree. Therefore, it is not worshiped in the works of Genesis. People were called as Ashwattha in the Vedic era. It is also called kalpa tree in the Puranas. It is described in the Atharva Veda that this tree destroys enemies, while in the Skanda Purana it is told that worshiping Peepal removes all kinds of misery. Some other beliefs related to people are also prevalent. Some people believe that Mata Lakshmi resides here every Saturday. Hanuman ji had rested in this tree while looking for Sita.
Scientific importance - Peepal have special importance in Ayurvedic treatment. It is used to cure infections, increase fertility, and remove toxins. Its leaves, seeds and fruits are used for treatment. People are also treated for asthma, blood problems, kidney problems.
# Banyan Tree
The banyan tree is seen as trinity in Hindu belief. It is believed that Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh are the three. In which its roots have been considered as Brahma, the stem as Vishnu and the branches as Lord Shiva. It is believed that worshiping this tree fulfills all kinds of desires. Also, it also provides wealth. It is said in the Agni Purana that worshiping the Vatavriksha gives children. This tree has also been considered a symbol of stability. It is believed that Savitri did austerity under this tree and got her husband's long life. Therefore, it is specially worshiped for good luck and good faith. This huge tree is important both socially and scientifically. A large number of people can sit under the shade of a tree, its leaves are used to make both.
Scientific Importance - This tree is considered essential for soil conservation. Apart from this, it is also used for treatment. Chewing the roots hanging in its air gives relief when there is a problem of gums and teeth. Its bark increases immunity. Banyan is possible to treat problems like diarrhea, depression, diabetes, diabetes.
# Tulsi plant
Basil is known as Vrinda. It is believed that this demon daughter was the incarnation and Vaidya of Mata Lakshmi. To kill her husband Jalandhar, Lord Vishnu tricked Vrinda into deceit. Tulsi is married to Prabodini Ekadashi. Their worship in Kartik Purnima has special significance. Tulsi is very popular with Vishnu and hence it is called Vishnu Priya. Worshiping them brings happiness, peace and prosperity in the home.
Just as Tulsi is considered a symbol of purity in religious belief, in the same way science also considers this plant necessary to remove toxins. Basil tea is used to detox the body and increase immunity. Basil gets special benefits for hair, skin, eyes. It is used to make anti bacterial and anti fungal medicines. Research suggests that stress hormones from basil remain balanced. Therefore it can be consumed to cure headaches. Basil is also helpful in quitting smoking
# Neem tree
In South India, it is believed that Maa Sheetla lives in this tree, which cures skin diseases. This tree is worshiped for good health. In religious faith, it is called all disease prevention,which means that one should keep away from all kinds of diseases.
Neem has special importance in medical science. It is used to make anti-bacterial, antifungal and antiviral drugs. Skin also gets many benefits. Neem is treated in eye problems, epistaxis, stomach problem, heart disease, liver and dental problems.