Expert Guidance to Take Care of Rudraksha

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blog details: Buying Genuine Nepali Rudraksha is a lifelong investment. Although high-quality Nepali rudrakshas have been known for hundreds of years, consumers need to take some steps to ensure that their rudrakshas remain as strong, nutritious, and energetic as possible. Pre-Purchase Checklist: Before proceeding with the detailed guide, please make sure that you have completed these required steps before purchasing your Rudraksha. This will allow you to make informed decisions and get the most out of your investment. Make sure your rudraksha is genuine: The market for Nepali rudraksha has grown significantly in the last decade. However, this expansion has also increased the number of fake beads. Consumers should buy from reputable seller who offer a lifetime money-back guarantee as well as provide a proper certificate for the Rudraksha they have purchased. Confirm the Origin of Rudraksha: The origin of Rudraksha is widely accepted in Nepal and it is a well-known fact that Nepali Rudraksha has more energy potential than Rudraksha of other countries. Furthermore, depending on the origin of your beads, care instructions may vary. Rudraksha beads are mostly from Nepal, while Japmala beads (5-9 mm) are always from Indonesia. Please double-check the origin of your beads before proceeding with the care instructions. Confirm the energy status of your bead: Nepali Rudraksha must be energetic according to Vedic principles using username and tribe. After regaining energy, the user needs to perform Mantra Sadhana (recitation of Beej Mantra at the prescribed time) to keep the Rudraksha energetic and maintain its strength. Rudralife energizes each bead according to Vedic principles and gives each customer a complete guide on how to continue their mantra sadhana. If you have any questions or concerns about your Rudraksha, please Contact Rudralife and a support representative will respond as soon as possible. Care of Rudraksha: How much care should be taken for an individual Rudraksha is determined by the quality of the bead? A + grade Rudraksha beads are considered to be the least preserved beads due to the time spent in nature and full-grown and nourished beads. Lightweight, low-quality beads are cut prematurely, they require extra care and are likely to break within a few months or years after purchase. Considering that your Rudraksha is an A + grade bead, here are some important care tips to ensure that your Rudraksha stays in good health for as long as possible: Oiling Rudraksha beads: Oil (preferably Rudraksha seed oil or almond oil) is Rudraksha's best friend. According to experts, apply oil to your Rudraksha with a soft brush. Keep your Rudraksha beads away from chemicals found in soaps, hand washes, sanitizers, deodorants, and other beauty products that can cause them to dry out and lose their color. Avoid soaking Rudraksha in water. If your Rudraksha comes in contact with water, dry it with air or cotton cloth. Apply oil after rudraksha dries to prevent cracking. Rudraksha should not be soaked in ghee or milk. This is a false and futile practice that will cause mold on your Rudraksha beads. At the time of energy, Rudraksha is washed with Panchamrita.

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