Effects on Microbial Count After Agnihotra

via http://madhavashramindia.org/effects_microbial.htm published on June 24, 2008

Dr.
A.G. Mondkar, Practising Microbiologist from Bombay has
conducted experiments to study the effect of Agnihotra atmosphere
on bacterial population. Two rooms of identical dimensions
were selected and Basal reading of microbial colony count
was done in both these rooms after exposure of agar plates
for 10 minutes.

In
one room Agnihotra was performed and in the Control room
control fire was produced with same material, medias were
exposed for 2 hours after Agnihotra. In his interesting
experiment Dr. Mondkar has observed that Microbial count
where Agnihotra wa performed revealed 91.4% reduction in
colony count and the control did not show appreciable change.
He has concluded that it is not a mere fumigation effect
but much more than that.

Further,
Dr. Mondkar studied Bioenergetic system of individual micro-organisms.
He concluded that Agnihotra plays a pivotal role in controlling
metabolic activity of micro-organisms.

In
yet another interesting experiment Dr. Mondkar observed
therapeutic effect of Agnihotra ash in Rabbits. He has successfully
treated scabies in Rabbits with Agnihotra Ash application.
Normally Benzyl Benzoate is used and takes 5-6 days to heal
the scables whereas it was observed that a single application
of Agnihotra ash Ointment cured the scables in 3 days only
and that too without the anxiety of poisoning as may happen
with Benzyl Benzoate.

Agnihotra
effect on serial microflora was also studied by Dr. Mondkar.
It wa observed that bacterial colonies of Staphalbus. B
Subtlis, Enterococci, E Coil, Staph Pyo, Pneumonae grown
before Agnihotra showed a definite reduction in colony count
in 30 to 60 minutes. There is a definite reduction in microflora
after performing Agnihotra.

Dr.
B.R.Gupta, Asociate Professor, Microbiology, CSA University
of Agriculture, Kanpur has conducted experiments on effects
of Agnihotra on plate count of Aerial bacterial flora. He
has found that in human residence where no Agnihotra was
performed the Bacterial colony count was 123 as against
in the human residence where Agnihotra wa done regularly
the bacterial colony count was as low as a mere 25.

Agnihotra
ash also controls the growth of pathogenic microflora. Wg.Cdr.
D.V.K.Rao, Classfied Specialist, Pathology, Defence Insititute
of Physiology and Allied Sciences, Delhi has studied anti-bacterial
and wound healing effect of Agnihotra Ash. Antibiotic Sensitivity
test was done on various pathogenic bacteria. It wa observed
that the activity in all the cases was bacteriostatic.

Wg.Cdr.Rao
also studied the wound healing effect of Agnihotra ash on
two Albino rats. He observed that rate of wound contraction
was better with Agnihotra ash applied wound and Histopathological
examination of scar tissue showed near normal histology
in case of lesion applied with Agnihotra Ash as compared
to increased fibrous tissue in Control lesion.

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