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Blood Group Genetics- Dracula's basic lesson to know

"Blood as Power." This is the ideology of Mr.Dracula. Let us call him Drac. Finally, he found a prey and was about to hunt. But wait here.
Do you think Drac is not aware of blood type genetics? He must just be pretending as if he is a dumb...

Blood is a fluid that delivers necessary substances such as nutrients and oxygen to the cells and transports metabolic waste products away from the cells. In vertebrates, it is composed of blood cells suspended in blood plasma.

Every drop of blood contains erythrocytes (Red Blood Cells), which contain a red pigment called haemoglobin. When haemoglobin carry oxygen, it forms oxyhaemoglobin. The blood also contains leukocytes (White Blood Cells), which help in fighting infections. Platelets are tiny blood cells that help the body form clots to stop bleeding. If a blood vessel gets damaged, it sends out signals that are picked up by platelets. These platelets rush to the target site and clot to repair the damage.

Our blood contains antigen…

Maha Shivarathri- You Snooze, You Lose!

Scientific reason behind Maha Shivaratri Around Maha Shivaratri, the Sun and the Moon are aligned in such a way that the Vata component of our body gets activated. The activity is maximum during this time of the year. Vata is one of the three constituents of the body, the other two being Pitta and Kapha. Anything related to movement in the body has a direct connection with Vata. Accordingly, Vata directly impacts the following –  At the physical level (Sthula), Vata impacts the nervous system, and controls all bodily movement.  At a cellular level (Sookshma), Vata “moves” nutrients into the body, and at the same time “moves” the wastes out of the cell. In the natural plan (Karana), Vata helps in retrieving information from the memory, and enables cause and effect analysis.
Such is the importance of Vata. Even a minor imbalance of Vata drastically affects the points mentioned above. In case of a Vata imbalance, the person will experience issues like lethargy, demotivation, forgetfulness…