Warning: Makaradhwaj is a traditional Ayurvedic and Tantric Alchemical Preparation from India that is a complex mercury-gold-sulfide compound with plant extracts. This preparation has a long history of successful clinical use in India and it has been clinically observed in India that this compound, even if used for long periods of time, does not produce any toxic effects. In the West, however, any preparation that contains mercury is usually not considered safe. If you have any doubts regarding the safety of our Elixir of Makaradhwaj, which contains mercury, please abstain from taking it.
For Personal Transformation: Makaradhwaj induces the effect of slowing down the flow of time, thus producing altered states of consciousness. Makaradhwaj is used for life extension.
For Medicinal Purposes: Makaradhwaj is invigorating and heating, it is rejuvenating and an aphrodisiac. In Ayurveda, it is an important and time-tested preparation for a wide range of complaints, from intestinal gas and cirrhosis of the liver to chronic diseases such as cancer and AIDS in the latter cases, Makaradhwaj is used in conjunction with herbal and other natural remedies specifically selected for the individual case, enhancing their properties. We do not make any representation that Makaradhwaj alone is a cure for these chronic diseases.
The Preparation Makaradhwaj
The Sanskrit term Makaradhwaj is a synonym of the ancient Indian deity, Kama Deva, the God of Sex. The name of this compound indicates one of its main properties, that of being a sexual rejuvenator or stimulant. The preparation Makaradhwaj is a micro-clustered form of mercury-gold-sulfide with traces of herbal extracts that are used during the time-consuming manufacturing process.
Please note: All Makaradhwajas from India are hard to digest and leave a temporary feeling of heaviness in the stomach. This effect can also be observed when taking our Elixir of Makaradhwaj, albeit to a lesser degree.
Manufacture and Specifications of our Elixir of Makaradhwaj
We use a Makaradhwaj preparation from India that a trusted Ayurvedic physician supplies us with, as the starting material for this Elixir. These imported Makaradhwaj pills, together with clear quartz nano-clusters as amplifiers, are dissolved into a vegetable-derived solvent that has been imbued with the spiritus mundi and are extracted by circulation for six weeks in an incubator. This is the traditional method of Western Alchemy to produce elixirs as practiced by the Cathars and the Dutch School. This elixir is then pH-adjusted and treated with cold plasma technology for further enhancement, which yields our Mother Tincture. One part of this Mother Tincture is diluted with nine parts of alcohol and water and is succused (vigorously shaken) to produce the Homeopathic Potency 1X. Our formula is alcohol reduced, with only 25% alcohol by volume, and is manufactured in accordance with the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States in its current edition. Due to the high concentration of our Mother Tincture, the Homeopathic Potency 1X carries more makaradhwaj and quartz nano-clusters than it may hold in solution; an edible precipitate may form over time. We suggest shaking the preparation once before taking.
If not indicated otherwise by your health care professional, we suggest taking three to seven drops in one ounce of water per day, preferably with a light meal such as a bowl of soup, or approximately fifteen minutes before meditation practice or tantric sexual activity.
Discussion of Usage and Properties
Our Makaradhwaj elixir is designed to interact directly with your energy body. As such, the effect is immediate, as can be demonstrated by the instant change of brain wave patterns once the elixir is taken. The properties of Makaradhwaj are that it is very heating and energizing. Even though our preparation of Makaradhwaj is much ‘easier on the stomach’ than those preparations usually found in India, it may take some time to get used to the taking of this elixir.
Typical applications as per our in-house provings are:
We suggest using this elixir for rejuvenation and life extension. If there is a high level of toxins present in your body, these will be driven out through all channels of elimination, including the skin, which may lead to rashes. If this effect is experienced, we strongly recommend reducing the dosage of this elixir, to drink large amounts of water, supplement with systemic enzymes and keep the food intake to a minimum.
The traditional protocol for rejuvenation is to take Makaradhwaj daily for only one month per year, in the coldest season of the year, due to its heating properties. The test subjects of our in-house provings per this protocol were also monitored for mercury toxicity: An analysis of mercury levels showed a slight decrease (!) of mercury present after taking the Elixir of Makaradhwaj.
Select References to other Healers’ Findings on Makaradhwaj
Please note: We may omit those findings of other Healers that would be a reiteration of indications given above. This section is intended to provide a glance at several additional applications that other Healers have found in their practice; for a complete overview, we encourage you to peruse the referenced books.
The ancient Ayurvedic text ‘Rasa-Jala-Nidhi’ states the following about Makaradhwaj: “If taken regularly, it prevents premature old age and death, and produces many effects, if taken with suitable anupanam [‘vehicle’ or adjunct]. In particular, it cures all sorts of fever, loss of appetite and aversion to food.”
(Mookerji, Kaviraj Bhudeb [Translator]: Rasa-Jala-Nidhi or Ocean of Indian Chemistry & Alchemy, vol. 1, Delhi 1984, Parimal publ., p. 116f)
Concerning Makaradhwaj, Vaidya Bhagwan Dash writes in his contemporary work on Ayurveda: “It is an excellent recipe for promoting digestion, metabolism and positive health as well as longevity. It promotes complexion of the body. It is an effective sex tonic. Along with different types of anupanas or vehicles, it is used in the treatment of several obstinate and otherwise incurable diseases.” (Dash, Vaidya Bhagwan: Alchemy and Metallic Medicines in Ayurveda, New Delhi 1986, Concept Publishing, p.100)