Sanatan Dharma is associated with the word Rudraksha. Rudraksh is the name given to both the tree and the seed of Rudraksh. Rudraksh in Sanskrit refers to both the Rudraksh fruit and the Rudraksh tree. Nepal, Indonesia, Java, Sumatra and Burma all have mountainous and mountainous locations where the Rudraksha tree thrives. It has sour-tasting green leaves and brown fruits. The fruits of Rudraksha are often used to beautify people because of their spiritual importance. According to ancient Indian texts, Rudraksha is believed to have originated from the eyes of Mahadev. Mahadev is Rudra, and Aksha is the axis. The origin of Rudraksha is depicted in the Shiva Purana as the tears of Mahadev. After many years of meditation for the welfare of all human beings, when Mahadev opened his eyes, tears fell and Mother Earth gave birth to Rudraksha trees.
Rudraksha enhances physical strength, which helps in fighting diseases and enhances overall health. According to Ayurveda, Rudraksha makes the body strong. It purifies the blood of contaminants. It kills germs both inside and outside the human body. Rudraksha is used to treat headache, cough, paralysis, high blood pressure and heart disease.
Wearing the same Rudraksha for a long time brings a rosy glow to the face, making the wearer appear cool and attractive. Chanting is done with Rudraksha beads. Chanting instills confidence in spiritual power and ability to move forward in life. As a result, Rudraksha seeds are beneficial for both physical and spiritual health.