Sadvrita (good conduct)

   Bath- improves appetite, sexual vigor, span of life valour (enthusiasm) and strength; removes itching, dirt, exhaustion, sweat, stupor, thirst, burning sensation and skin. Pouring warm water over the body bestows strength, but the same over the head, makes for loss of strength of the hair and eyes.
   Bath is contra-indicated for those suffering from facial paralysis, diseases of the eyes, mouth and ears, diarrhoea, flatulence, pinasa (discharge of foul smelling liquid from the nose), indigestion and who have just taken food.
 Sadvrita (good conduct)
     Person should take food after digestion (of the meal), that which is suitable (to him) and in limited quantity; urges of the body should not be initiated (prematurely) by force; should not be engaged in other works when the urges are patent, not do anything (administration of drugs, therapies etc.) without treating the curable diseases (first).
        All (human) activities are meant for the happiness of all the living beings; such happiness is based on dharma (righteousness, right moral conduct); hence every person should adopt (follow) righteousness' always.
        Friends should be served with affection and good deeds (beneficial acts) whereas others (foes, wicked persons) should be kept at a distance.

        Himhsä (causing injury, torture etc.) steya (stealing, robbing), anyathakma (unlawful sex activity), paiushunya (abusive or harsh speech), anarta vacana / parusha-anyatam (scolding, speaking untruth), sathbhinna lapam (speech causing dissension, separation, breaking of company), vyapada (quarrel, intention of harming), abhidya (jealousy, not tolerating good of others) and dgviparyaya (finding fault, misunderstanding, faithlessness etc. with scriptures, elders etc.)—these ten sins pertaining to the body, speech and mind should be avoided.

Kumkum / safron - Crocus sativus

 Medicinal Plant / herbs

Crocuses belong to the family Iridaceae. The saffron crocus is classified as Crocus sativus, It is a shrub. Leaves are seen towards the base of the stem and are compactly arranged.Read More about safron.....