Epilepsy Treatment with Yantra/Taweez
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
- You have to wear the yantra around your neck. If you don’t want others to see it, you may use a long thread.
- You are advised to bless it with incense sticks and pray for good health before using it.
- You are advised to wear it for at least 3 months. However, results are visible within 7 days of use.
- Do not throw it away after it’s used. Instead, bury it in a clean place near a plant or a tree.
You can use it along with your Ayurvedic or Allopathic treatment. Though, you will not need any of these treatments once you wear it.
No. Mental Retardation requires congenital evidence to be proven to occur. It can either occur due to developmental deflects or due to injury at birth but an epilepsy is just a religion of a seizure which is an acquired disease.
Yes, it is quite possible. If effective and sustained treatment is not taken then the patient will continue to experience seizures that will in turn develop into epileptic attacks in future.
A seizure is a single episode where the neural system containing the neurotransmitters shows hype excitement. If this becomes habitual due to negligence then there are repeated episodes of seizure that is called Epilepsy.
In India, epilepsy is not considered a disability. This means that there is no separate licensing for epilepsy patients although it is advised that the applicant clears all medical history before submitting a license application.
No, epilepsy is not a disability, its a disease which can be healed through spiritual healing methods.
Yes. Epilepsy will cause the patient’s neurons and neurotransmitter undergo a hyper excitable change. This can cause the unwanted firing of neurons which is not suitable for cognition at all.
Since a part of the neural system shows abnormality, treating epilepsy with spiritual healing methods will not only cure the disease but also make you amazed by the results.
Yes. Again if early intervention and proper management is not done for the patient then the patient is bound to show neural symptoms of the disease, of which, paralysis is one.
Although they produce symptoms of similar nature, the pathology and physiology of fits, seizure and epilepsy are quite different.