Our navel (nabi) is a wonderful gift for our wellness and good health. A 62-year-old man suffered from partial loss of vision in his left eye.
He could hardly see, especially at night and was told by eye specialists that his eyes were in a good condition but the only problem was that the blood vessels to his eyes were dried up and he would never be able to see again.
According to medical science, the umbilical cord is formed first when the embryo develops. Then, it connects to the mother’s placenta through the umbilical cord.
Our navel is definitely a wonderful thing!
After a person passes away, the navel remains warm for 3 hours. This is because when a woman conceives, nutrients reach the baby through the mother’s navel. A fully grown baby develops in 270 days (9 months). Thus there is always a heat there.
Our navel is the central point of all the nerves of our body.
Our stomach has more than 72,000 nerves called “PECHOTI” located behind the navel. The total amount of blood vessels in our body is equal to twice the circumference of the earth.
Applying oil on the navel helps to cure dryness of eyes, poor eyesight,body tremors, pancreas over or under working, cracked heels and lips, for glowing face, shiny hair, knee pain, shivering, lethargy, joint pains, dry skin.
Before going to sleep, apply 3 drops of ghee or coconut oil or mustard oil on the navel at night and massage an inch and a half around the navel.
Knee Pain: Apply 3 drops of castor oil on the navel at night before going to bed and massage it around one and a half inches around the navel.
For relief of joint pain, tremors and lethargy, for dry skin, apply 3 drops of mustard oil on the navel at night before going to bed and massage one and a half inches around the navel.
If any veins are dry, our navel can detect which blood vessels have dried up and pass this oil to it and open them up.
When a baby has a stomach ache, we normally mix asafoetida (hing) and water or oil and apply around the naval. Within minutes the ache is cured. Oil works the same way.
It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and should not be relied on as health or personal advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor regarding your health or a medical condition.