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Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Rasa Shastra The Art of Vedic Alchemy Vol.3 concludes the processing on a number of different organic Rasa materials. This latest edition in the series focuses on three main areas of research. Visha and Upavisha (poisonous plants) including Aconite, Datura and Nux Vomica - Chemical Analysis (XRD & SEM) tests and thermal testing of Puta (Burning Pits). Thank you for downloading this file
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Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Main Menu Click here for Rasa Shastra Terminology / Glossary Click here for Bibliography & Recommended Reading Click titles to advance to relevant section
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Vatsanabha Preparation The dried Vatsanabha root is then placed into a mortar and ground into a fine powder.
Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Upavisha Sub-Menu Arka Khasabeeja Dhattura Langali Karaveera Gunja Kuchala VijayaJayapala Bhallataka Click images to advance to relevant section Sehunda
Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Arka (Calotropis gigantea) Warning: some parts of the plant detailed in this section are of a toxic nature and should be handled under strict supervision in a controlled environment. Avoid skin and eye contact with protective latex gloves and safety glasses.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Dhattura Preparation The distinctive flowing trumpet of the Datura stromonium variety. If the trumpet points toward the skies it signifies a devil’s trumpet, a downward direction indicates an angel’s trumpet. The scent from this plant is amazingly rich and intoxicating. After only 2 days of flowering its trumpet will detach and hang by a thread, allowing a seed pod to mature in its place.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Gunja Preparation Remove Gunja from water and dry under sunlight.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Khasabeeja Preparation Distinctive Khasabeeja flower head.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Jayapala Preparation After 24 hours remove seeds and dry on absorbent paper towels.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Jayapala Preparation Pressing down firmly between the fingers should split the seed casing. If extra pressure is required place the seed on a hard work surface and press downward against it. The image opposite shows Jayapala free of its outer casing. Caution: Gloves are generally worn when handling Jayapala due to croton oil being exuded from the shelled seed.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Bhallataka Preparation Mix Bhallataka and jaggery in a pestle and mortar.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Kuchala Preparation Place 100g of Kuchala seed into a course cloth and fold into a pottali bag. Kuchala will need to be given dola yantra at this point in its purification processing.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Gorvara & Puta Preparation Scoop a small amount of Gorvara into a plastic cake mould and press the contents down firmly to fill the mould. Using a raised stone or brick base will make the job of removing the cake easier.
R a s a S h a s t r a Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Gorvara & Puta Preparation Gaja puta after about one hour of burning. During its 4 hour burning period, this gaja puta reached a temperature of around 960°C For more information about gaja puta temperature see puta temperature section.
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Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Sample 01 Mercuric Sulphide (Sri Lankan Government Manufacture) SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) Images
Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Sample 01 Mercuric Sulphide (Sri Lankan Government Manufacture)
Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Rasa Shastra The Art of Vedic Alchemy Vol.2 introduces additional Rasa Shastra materials prepared using an electric kiln.
Copyright © 2012 Neterapublishing Rasa Shastra The Art of Vedic Alchemy Vol.4 This latest edition presents an in-depth look at Pyrite processing, the use.
Copyright © 2011 Neterapublishing Rasa Shastra The Art of Vedic Alchemy Vol.1 introduces the manufacturing principles and purification techniques of Rasa.
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