Benefits of Brahma Kamal Plant
Their bright white, pink, and red colored flowers bloom radiating pure serenity. It is called Brahma Kamal plant. Fancy clothing your space in purple? Some varieties have flowers in purple shades of purple.
Until last year, I believed that putting together a perfect flower arrangement for my space is an almost magical talent. That was until I came across this eye-catching enchantment, the Brahma Kamal plant will surely have you rethinking the definition of indoor house planting.
A native to the Alpine meadows of the Himalayas, in India, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan and southwest China at altitudes of 3,700 to 4,600 m, Saussurea is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae. Commonly known as the Brahma Kamal plant, they are identified by the distinct flower that they bear.
Read on to find out the benefits of owning a Brahma Kamal plant.
Is it Good to Plant Brahma Kamal at Home?
Undoubtedly, Yes! You can go ahead and plant your Brahma Kamal at home. The height of the plant depends varyingly on the planter from anywhere around 8-24 inches.
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Ideally soil should be rich in nutrients and then go ahead and add some fertilizer if you fancy every month.
Block your calendars for around two months.
To maintain and care for your Brahma kamal plant before it blossoms and ultimately flowers. The flowering time of the plant is around two to three weeks.
Place it where it can get bright but indirect sunlight throughout the day. Easy to grow at home, your Brahma Kamal would need a good amount of sunlight but say no to direct sunlight as otherwise, the leaves will soon start to sunburn.
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Health Benefits of Brahma Kamal
An indigenous beauty of Uttarakhand, the flower of Brahma Kamal (Saussurea ) has made news all around. Brahma Kamal can help in the treatment of paralysis of the limbs as it is known to improve the nerves functions in the area along with blood supply.
A natural anticonvulsant containing a flavone, called acacetin, is found in the flowers of the plant. This normalizes the impulses in the nerve cells and prevents the risk of seizures in the brain. Brahma Kamal is a multifaceted plant!
Brahma flower also helps treat other respiratory problems like asthma and bronchitis.
The rhizomes, flowers and leaves of the Brahma Kamal flower may help in the treatment of cough and cold. Many types of antioxidants like alkaloids, flavonoids, terpenoids, glycosides, saponins are found in Brahma flower and so it is known to maintain a good nervous system. The anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects of Brahma Kamal can help reduce inflammation in the respiratory tract and prevent the multiplication of microbes, thus treating cough and cold.
Vastu Benefits of Brahma Kamal
Brahma Kamal is regarded as auspicious and favorable to good luck— in Hindu cultural mythology, they are said to be one of the five sacred flowers (Pancha-Kamala) of Vishnu, the god of Preservation.
Among the many plants recommended by Vastu Shastra, the Brahma Kamal plant is considered particularly sacred and powerful.
Brahma Kamal's glory lies in its sacred flowers. It is said to bring abundance, good luck, and prosperity when kept in homes or gardens.
Fend off all the evil away with this magical flower plant and bring more positive energies into your living space.
That was all about the benefits of Brahma Kamal.
However, there is no point denying that with supreme divinity at its core and a certain je ne sais quoi around it, Brahma Kamal has got you covered along the lines of all things beliefs and enactment.
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Q1. Is Brahma Kamal lucky?
Ans. Yes, Brahma Kamal plant is considered auspicious and favorable to good luck according to Vastu Practises. Brahma Kamal is regarded as auspicious and favorable to good luck— in Hindu cultural mythology, they are said to be one of the five sacred flowers (Pancha-Kamala) of Vishnu, the god of Preservation.
Q2. How many hours does Brahma Kamal need to bloom?
Ans. The flowering time of the plant is around two to three weeks. You can also add some fertilizer if you fancy at the interval of every month.