Apan Mudra cleanses and detoxifies the body and helps with kidney and intestinal problems. A regular practice helps to purify the body, empty the bladder and start menstruation.

To perform this mudra, the fingertips of the thumb are brought together with the fingertips of the middle and ring finger ...

... while keeping the index and pinky fingers extended.

Self-confidence, patience, serenity, confidence and inner harmony are the well-known positive side effects of this mudra exercise. Apan mudra also strengthens the liver and gall bladder.

Helps regulate diabetes (boosts self-confidence), cures hemorrhoids and constipation. In Ayurvedic medicine, this mudra is associated with the wood element, which is associated with the liver and gallbladder, among other things, and is directly associated with joy and fun. It supports visionary thinking.

In general, it can be said that the Apan mudra helps to flush out harmful substances and toxins from the body by providing very valuable services, especially in the case of urinary problems. Also for people who sweat excessively. Furthermore, this mudra can help maintain healthy teeth and helps with nausea.

This mudra should always be performed with both hands; between 5 and 45 minutes a day or three times 15 minutes a day if it is used for healing treatment.

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