Plants like Peepal, Tulsi, Banyan, Sycamore, Shami, and Aparajita hold significant importance in the Hindu faith. They are revered for their medicinal and divine properties. According to Vastu Shastra, several plants are believed to bring good luck to people. Apamarga, also known as Chirchita, is one of them. The Apamarga plant, known for its resilience in diverse environments, is rich in moisture. It is believed to offer the potential to improve an individual’s luck.
Despite striving for material happiness, not everyone enjoys favourable luck. Addressing this issue, individuals can consider remedies involving the root of the Apamarga plant. Unnao-based astrologer Pandit Rishikant Mishra Shastri provides his guidance regarding this. He shares 5 ways the Apamarga plant can be used to gain its benefit. Read on.
Following Vastu principles, biting a red Apamarga branch is thought to improve one’s speech and grant the ability to manifest words into reality. Conducting a morning ritual in the Panchopachar tradition on the full moon day of the Agahan month, invoking the Apamarga root with mantras, and tying it to one’s hand is believed to offer relief from major challenges.
Planting white Apamarga in the house is considered auspicious. It is believed to bring happiness and prosperity when planted in the right location within the home. Consuming the ashes of the white Apamarga plant, when burned and mixed with cow ghee, is believed to improve prospects of parenthood.
Following the astrologer’s guidance, rubbing the Apamarga root with water is believed to grant Vashikaran power. The root is ground with Gorochan and used as a tilak. Tying the plant’s root around the waist of a pregnant woman with a sturdy thread during a Sunday in the Pushya Nakshatra is thought to have a calming and expediting effect.
Apamarga can be used to address eye problems or broken marriage proposals in the household. Wiping the Apamarga root with Panchopachar and wearing it on the right arm for a year, is believed to bring success in one’s pursuits.
Placing the root of the Apamarga plant in the house’s safe during occasions like Navratri, Diwali or other auspicious times is believed to attract food and financial prosperity. Worshipping the Apamarga plant during Ravi-Pushya Yoga is said to reveal hidden wealth while dispelling negative energies from the house.