during the process of the intake of Shivambu, the following things should be strictly avoided:
1}vegetables in the form of leaves,
2} flowers, or
3} legumes( a plant that has pods as fruits and roots that bears nodules containing nitrogen fixing bacteria ,peas & beans are legumes );
4}grains that cause flatulency (causing excessive gas flatus to be created in the stomach and intestines); and 5}starchy (containing a large amount of starch, or like starch, especially in consistency),
6} pungent,( having a strong smell or a powerfully sharp or bitter taste, biology describes a plant or animal part that ends in a sharp point, a plant with elongated pungent leaves )
7} sour(having a tart or sharp taste that is acidic though not necessarily unpleasant, like the taste of vinegar, lemons, or unripe apples ) and
8} salty foods.
9}Sexual intercourse should also be avoided.
10}AND FINALLY IT SHOULD BE TAKEN BTN 3-4 A.M.
The wise one should leave out the first and the last portions of the urine, and collect only the middle portion. This is considered the best procedure. Just as there is poison in the mouth and the tail of the serpent,
Utensils made from the following materials are recommended: gold, silver, copper, bronze, brass, iron, clay, ivory, glass, Wood from sacred trees, bones, leather and leaves.
The Shivambu should be collected in a utensil made of any of these materials. Among them, clay utensils are better, copper are by far the best.
This will help to accomplish the fruits of this method. Behaving against these rules will put man in unexpected difficulties.