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Kunjal Kriya is a commonly used Yogic practice aimed at cleansing the digestive tract between the stomach and mouth. This technique involves the controlled ingestion and subsequent expulsion of a large volume of saline water to induce vomiting. By flushing out the stomach contents, Kunjal Kriya helps expel excess mucus, toxins, and impurities from the digestive system, promoting optimal digestion and overall well-being.

In addition to its digestive benefits, Kunjal Kriya is believed to have therapeutic effects on respiratory health. By removing accumulated mucus and congestion from the upper respiratory tract, this practice can help alleviate symptoms of cough, cold, bronchitis, asthma, and other respiratory disorders. The expulsion of mucus through vomiting can provide relief from respiratory congestion and promote clearer breathing.

Kunjal Kriya is traditionally practiced under the guidance of a qualified Yoga instructor or Ayurvedic practitioner to ensure proper technique and safety. It is often recommended as part of a comprehensive cleansing regimen, alongside other Shuddhi Kriyas and Yogic practices, to support overall health and vitality.