The Spiritual Connection
“Vaitheeswaran” temple’s (in English means Doctor’s Temple) pond in India has no bacteria in it because of natural NANO SOMA
Although this pond looks murky, there are no bacteria growing in it. It has been tested. This is because a ritual at the temple involves blessing jaggery (raw sugar) and throwing it in the pond. Jaggery contains the constituents of NANO SOMA.
This temple is believed to be 5600 years old. Devotees worship jaggery and immerse it in the temple pond that is believed to cure 4448 diseases.
The unrefined sugar contains policosanol, the active ingredient of NANO SOMA.The policosanol is removed in the refining process for sugar, rice and other grains.