Benefits of Actiniopteris Radiata : Know How Miraculous This Plant is According To Astrology & Vastu
Benefits of Actiniopteris Radiata : Various types of plants and herbs are planted to decorate the drawing room and terrace of the house. Not only are they attractive to look at, but these plants also keep our mind calm.
But there are many plants which are quite miraculous according to astrology and Vastu. Here we are telling about one such plant ‘Mayur Shikha’(Actiniopteris radiata). Which looks pleasant and its effect is very different but quite good.
Peacock crest brings good luck and wealth into the house.
This plant is called ‘Mayur Shikha’ (Actiniopteris radiata) because of its resemblance to the crest present on the peacock head. Planting Actiniopteris radiata in the house brings auspiciousness and pleases Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth.
It is believed that by applying it in the house one gets relief from Vaastu defects. Let us know what has been written about this miraculous plant in astrology and Vastu Shastra.
Flow of positive energy
According to Vastu Shastra, planting Actiniopteris radiata plant increases the positive energy present inside the house. This plant eliminates negative energy. There is a flow of positive thoughts and energy among the family members.
As a result, the atmosphere of the house remains pure and full of happiness. Mutual differences cannot arise. Love increases among the members. This prevents any chance of a fight from occurring.
Get rid of Pitra Dosh
In many texts of astrology, Pitra Dosh has been described as the biggest defect in a person's life. According to astrology, planting Actiniopteris radiata in the house provides relief from Pitra Dosh.
That's why people who have the problem of Pitra-Dosh. They must plant this plant in their home to please their ancestors and forefathers.
Evil spirits do not enter the house
It is believed that by planting Actiniopteris radiata plant in the house, evil and evil spirits are not able to enter. This is the reason why it is called the "exorcist".
Therefore this impressive plant is kept near the entrance of the house. For this, you can plant this plant inside your house or even in the garden.
Protects children from evil eye Actiniopteris radiata
Not only this if the child gets evil eye again and again. So planting Actiniopteris radiata plant also helps in getting rid of the problem of evil eye.
For this, definitely plant this plant in that child's room. You can also put it in the drawing room.
Actiniopteris radiata is beneficial in Vastu defect prevention
According to Vastushastra, Actiniopteris radiata plant has fabulous ability to remove Vaastu defects of the house. By installing it at the right place in the house, the negative energy of the house and courtyard gets eliminated.
Actiniopteris radiata is also used in food.
In Ayurvedic texts, Actiniopteris radiata plant has been described as very beneficial. Its leaves and flowers can be used for food.
Like green coriander, it can be mixed in vegetables and dishes.
Use of Actiniopteris radiata in disease treatment
Actiniopteris radiata leaves have fabulous ability to destroy acidity, phlegm and bile. Being anti-diabetic, it is very effective in controlling diabetes.
Let us know how Actiniopteris radiata is used in disease prevention and treatment:
- Those who have itching in the skin. Or red-red rashes are formed. They get relief by applying Actiniopteris radiata paste on the affected area.
- Those who have new or old problem of diabetes and the sugar level in the blood has increased a lot, they are benefited by taking the decoction of Actiniopteris radiata twice a day.
- Fresh juice or cold infusion of Actiniopteris radiata is very beneficial in case of high fever.
- Giving decoction of Actiniopteris radiata is beneficial for the treatment of stomach worms and diarrhea.
- To reduce the effect of poisonous insect poison, giving this plant mixed with ghee and rice water is beneficial.
- In case of stomach stones, the root of Actiniopteris radiata is taken with rice or grains, water or milk.
Names of Mayur Shikha in other languages
The botanical name of Mayur Shikha is (Actiniopteris radiata). Which is a plant of Pteridaceae family. In English it is called Peacock's Tail. Actiniopteris radiata is found almost everywhere in India. This is why it has many names in local languages.
In Gujarati and Marathi it is called Mor Shikha and in Tamil Mayil Atumshikai. Whereas in Telugu it is called Mairakshipa and in Oriya it is called Mayur Chudiya.
Where and how to plant Actiniopteris radiata
Actiniopteris radiata plant is easily obtained everywhere. These plants are of two or three types. If it is planted in the house of a friend or acquaintance, then you can take two-three plants along with their roots and plant them in a pot or on the ground.
You will easily get it in your nearest flower nursery also. It is not too expensive either. If you want, you can also order its seeds online and sow them in the pots of your house or on the garden soil.
Posted Date: September 4, 2023
Publish Date: September 4, 2023
Posted By Ravi Kumar