Yoga For Blood Purification And Cleansing

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Yoga For Blood Purification And Cleansing

Yoga can do wonders when it comes to blood purification and cleansing. The blood flow throughout the body ensures that every organ receives vital nutrients and oxygen to keep them healthy and function correctly.

The circulatory system comprises the heart, which pumps blood throughout the body through veins and arteries; in addition, smaller vessels known as capillaries transport blood from arteries to individual cells, delivering oxygen, nutrients, and essential chemicals to allow growth and regeneration. The red color of blood comes from its oxygen, which makes up about one-fifth of the human body’s total weight when pumped through the circulatory system.

Try these six poses to aid blood purification and cleanse the body of impurities and toxins accumulated in your bloodstream.

Yoga For Blood Purification

It’s important to take good care of your health by doing things like regularly eating vegetables and fruits, drinking plenty of water, and practicing yoga exercises such as these. There are a few yoga poses that can be effective for blood purification. By performing these asanas regularly, one will notice their health improve drastically and also see their blood become purified over time.

Yoga has many benefits, from increased flexibility and strength to mental clarity. If you want to enjoy these perks and some extra benefits, consider adding blood-purification asana into your Yoga routine. The following poses are a great place to start.

1). Eagle Pose

Eagle pose

This pose stretches and tones your stomach muscles and is great for blood purification.

  • Stand in Tadasana, bend both knees, lift your right foot, and slowly wrap your right thigh over your left.
  • Then curl your right foot behind your left calf, and hook it there.
  • Reach both arms out in front of you and wrap your right arm over your left, crossing the right elbow over the left upper arm.
  • Slide your right hand toward your face, cross your forearms, and press your palms together, raising your elbows to shoulder height.
  • Start small by holding for 30-45 secs on each side, then work your way up.

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2). Seated Twist

Seated twist

Seated twists help stimulate and cleanse your organs, especially your kidneys. This yoga pose helps to encourage proper blood flow throughout your body while also serving as a great release for tight back muscles.

  • Sit in any cross-legged position
  • Inhale deeply and bring your right hand to rest on your left knee.
  • Exhale as you twist to your right side, allowing your knees to face forward.
  • Hold here for at least 30 seconds before returning to the center and repeating on the other side.

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3). Kapalabhati


This is a simple breathing exercise. This technique cleanses your lungs, thereby flushing out all toxins present inside them. It helps stimulate digestion and acts as a cleansing process for your nose and sinuses. If you suffer from allergies, asthma, or colds, practicing Kapalabhati regularly can benefit you greatly as it will remove mucus build-up in your body.

  • Sit comfortably on a yoga mat either in Sukhasana, Padmasana, or Vajrayana.
  • Close your eyes, Place your hands on your knees in Gyan Mudra, keep your head and back straight, and relax your shoulders.
  • Inhale through both the nostrils deeply, while focusing on the belly region.
  • As you exhale, pull your navel back towards the spine, as much as you can. Your exhale should feel like a light outburst; this means it should be fast, while you pull your stomach inwards. During exhalation, you should be able to hear a hissing sound.
  • Take 20 such breaths to complete one round of Kapal Bhati pranayam. Repeat 4 to 5 times.

4). Wheel Pose

Blood circulation is important for getting rid of toxins, so doing yoga poses that focus on blood purification can help aid your detox. A good example of a pose that focuses on blood circulation is the wheel pose.

  • Come to lie on your back
  • Bend your knees, bringing the soles of your feet close to the buttocks.  The feet should be parallel and the hips distance apart.
  • Bend your elbows and bring the palms of your hands overhead, placing them underneath your shoulders with the fingertips pointing towards your feet.
  • Inhale and press down into your palms and your feet as you lift your shoulders and hips up off the floor.
  • Bring the crown of your head to the mat, making sure not to put too much weight on the neck. Use your hands and feet for leverage. Pause here for a moment as you make sure that your elbows are staying parallel and not splaying out to the sides.
  • Straighten your arms as you lift your head off the floor.
  • Begin to straighten your legs.
  • To come down, tuck your chin into your chest and lower down slowly.
  • Repeat three times.

5). Shoulder Pose

Known for its many health benefits, including increased blood circulation and even weight loss, the shoulder pose is one of yoga’s most celebrated postures. In addition to all its other positive effects, it also aids in blood purification. Practicing a few rounds of shoulder pose every day can be beneficial for those with high blood pressure or a weakened immune system.

  • Lie on your back with hands by your side.
  • With one movement, lift your legs, buttocks, and back so that you come up high on your shoulders. Support your back with your hands.
  • Move your elbows closer towards each other, and move your hands along your back,
  • Your weight should be supported on your shoulders and upper arms and not on your head and neck.
  • Keep breathing deeply and stay in the posture for 30-60 seconds.
  • To come out of the posture, lower the knees to the forehead. Bring your hands to the floor, palms facing down. Without lifting the head slowly bring your spine down, vertebra by vertebra, completely to the floor. Lower the legs to the floor. Relax for a minimum of 60 seconds.

6). Shavasana (Corpse Pose)

Relax and focus on breathing deeply as you relax into Shavasana. This pose is excellent for purifying your blood.

  • Begin on your back with your arms out to either side and palms up.
  • Allow your feet to rest together, with knees slightly apart.
  • Close your eyes and allow yourself to relax completely.
  • If you are a beginner at yoga, it may be helpful to use props such as a blanket or a bolster under your hips and head if you have trouble relaxing in these positions.


Yoga poses are great for your body and mind. If you haven’t yet, give them a try! There are many different ways to practice yoga, so see which method works best. Yoga can also be very effective for blood purification, which is super helpful if you want to improve your overall health. Yoga can help clear out toxins in your system while relaxing your muscles simultaneously. Whether you’re looking to lose weight or want to feel healthier in general, yoga may be suitable for you!

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