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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Traditional Indian Medicine-B/P High? Ratta Kothippa?

Traditional Indian Medicine
                                    RATTHA KOTHIPAA?

Don't Worry! There is a Remedy for it. Follow Traditional ways to be healthy. One  who has been diognized being his B/P level increased, must undergo some process. He  should first clean his  body from toxins. He must change his  lifestyle. That is early to bed .Early to wake.

Weekly once take an  oil bath which will cool your head. That oil must be made in such a way to reduce your hypertension. Drops of oil must be applied inside the eyes and ears to  lubricate into our inner veins which helps  from being tightened. The oil we recommend is Agasthiar  Neerkorvai Thailam   which is a herbal combination of oil.

Agasthiar Minsa Oil must be applied on the neck muscles to loosen them.
AgasthiarVaatha Thailam  vibrates through the inner veins and   gives strength to the legs and arms . This oil  helps to vibrate the blood flow smoothly.Must apply through out your body.
And also take some herbal pills and concoctions to clear your body's toxins.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Traditional Indian Medicine-Arthritis?மூட்டுத்தேய்வா?

Arthritis ?

 மூட்டுத்தேய்வா? இடுப்பு வலியா?சூலை வாய்வா?
Are you an arthritis patient? Don't worry

Best pain oilArthritis (from Greek arthro-, joint + -itis, inflammation; plural: arthritides) is a form of joint disorder that involves inflammation of one or more joints.

There are over 100 different forms of arthritis. The most common form is  osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease), which attack elderly people.
 This comes as a result of trauma to the joint, infection of the joint, or age.
 Other arthritis forms are rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and related autoimmune diseases.
 Septic arthritis is caused by joint infection.
The major complaint by individuals who have arthritis is joint pain. Pain is often a constant and may be localized to the joint affected. The pain from arthritis is due to inflammation that occurs around the joint, damage to the joint from disease, daily wear and tear of joint, muscle strains caused by forceful movements against stiff, painful joints and fatigue.      

 So elderly people must be very concious when they walk. Even a small falll or slide will cause your bones crack. From there the inflammation starts very easily.      

There are many types of medications which drives the pain . It heals your cracks too. By massing with particular ointments and by giving a hot herbal application  you will be freed from arthritis. 

Agasthiar Siddha Vaidya Nilayam , 351 Jalan Ipoh Batu 2 1/2, Kuala Lumpur ,51200  Malaysia.



Friday, October 16, 2009

Traditional Indian Medicine-Asthma ?- A curable sickness

Traditional Indian Medicine
ASTHMA ? A Curable Sickness

Malaysians infants are very lucky that their mothers take care of them very traditionally; by giving them "Agasthiar kanai Ennai "and and by massaging them with the "Neerkorvai Thailam" and by applying with " Agasthiar Chest Rub "to keep their chest warm and no wonder they are undergoing oil massage.
we can count by fingertips the Indian children who are being attacked by Asthma attack. Thanks to Siddtha vaithiam.

Of cource there is Agasthiar Bala Sanjeevi Pills and Agasthiar Kasthuri Pills to take away the phlegm if in case they got it. We mothers must bring our children in our 'paaramparia traditional 'way so that our children will be saved from the modern attack. The immune power will be developed from small. By this we can have a better healthy life.

For Further info:No.016 2500004 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Our clinic is situated in No.315, 2 1/2 Miles Ipoh Road, on top of Kalyana Sundaram's Gold Shop.

Thursday, July 10, 2008


Agasthiar Sidtha Vaidya Nilayam

Agasthiar Siddha Vaidya Nilayam  is serving our Malaysians for 42 years. Here patients come from all over malaysia to get treated.
  We treat chronic Asthma ,Diabetics and Hypertention and child's diseases  in very simple ways using herbs.  We have oils leyhiams paspams chendurams and creams of all natures.

Sidtha treatment is worth trying. If you are taking Allopathic medicine too  it is no harm in taking our Indian Traditional Medicine.Then why  hesitate to try our Indian Traditional Medicines which are prepared to maintain  your health.? Alter  taking a particular medicine for many years  your body will be immune to that medicine. So if you change to alternative therapy it will pave a good way  to clean  toxins and cure your body.

Agasthiar Knnai Ennai the famous asthmatic curing oil ,loosens the phlagm very easily.
Asthma is curable; You may consume Agasthiar Kanai Ennai for your Asthma attack.Even inhaling Oil is available.

Believe me if you think of healthy life without medications,then still now it is not too late.
We teach you how you can be healthy by using herbals.Contact me in my email address
office no;  0340413041;  0340413505 or 0162500004

Traditional Indian Medicine

Traditional Indian Medicine

Traditional knowledge on Indian medicinal practice came from India, which comprised Ayurveda, Unani and Siddha. The practice of traditional Indian medicine has been applied for over 5,000 years and it is estimated that about 8,000 herbal remedies have been used and produced (Huxley, 1984). About 400,000 practitioners of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani medicine or homeopathy could be found in India compared to 332,000 registered doctors (Alok, 1991, BGCI Fact Sheet). Generally, turmeric (Curcuma domestica) and the neem tree (Azadirachta indica) are two popular medicinal plant species used by the Indians. Turmeric has long been used in India as a traditional medicine for the treatment of various sprains and inflammatory conditions (Anon, 1996b).
About 80% of the raw materials for drugs used in the Indian systems of medicine and homeopathy are based on plant resources (Alok, 1991). Over 7,500 species of plants were estimated to be used in folk and tribal, Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Amchi (Tibetan) and allopathic health care in India (Shanker & Majumdar, 1997). Some species popularly used by Indian practitioners are shown in Table 7.

The India Materia Medica lists more than 2,500 medicinal plants used in Indian systems of medicine. Among them, about 500 species are commonly used and about 100 species used in large quantities (Anon, 1999b). Some common medicinal plants used by Indians are neem, kuppamani, marunggai leaves, brahmi, turmeric, senna, galangai, hibiscus, roses, terung pipit, cemai, castor oil, fenugreek and black pepper (Anon, 1998b). In Malaysia, there is limited research on the species of medicinal plants being used by the Indian practitioners and industry. However, the uses of medicinal plants in India could be taken as an example of the utilization of the plant, which is probably applied by the Indian practitioners and industry in Malaysia since the knowledge of the medication basically comes from India.

In India, the increasing demands of the pharmaceutical industry, which recorded about 46,000 licensed pharmacies manufacturing traditional remedies, have created a shortage problem in raw material supply. One of the major difficulties being experienced by the Indian systems of medicine is that of obtaining sufficient quantities of medicinal plants for the manufacture of genuine remedies. It is necessary to plan for the large-scale cultivation of medicinal plants and to ensure that they are accurately identified, properly processed, free of adulterants and of acceptable quality (Alok, 1991).ThanksGlobinmed

Siddha Medicine

Siddha comes from the word siddhars or saints who could achieve everything. They have attained power to heal sick people. They have invented many medicines 5000 years ago and they were written in palm leaves and were carved on stones.
Now there are few Siddha practicing physicians who have devoted their lives towards this field in Malaysia.
The siddhars invented 4448 diseases altogether and they have defined them all very clearly

Siddha is a natural treatment and the oldest medical system of healing in the world. Nadi which is a pulse-based diagnosis method which is the skill of feeling the pulse, and is known to dictate all the salient features of a human body. In this paper, we provide a complete spectrum of details of our procedure for obtaining three different pulses based on time series. This system contains contains a strain gauge equipped with a diaphragm element , a transmitter and also an amplifier, a digitizer which quantifies the analog signals. The system is designed with 16-bit accuracy in such a way that it provides no interference noise and no external electronics. Compared with the prior systems like ECG, the system provides a detailed classification of the nadi pulses which produces the waveforms with respect to abnormalities. The varying pressure given to the pulse analyzer classifies vadha, pitha, and kapha based on the abnormalities captured from a single artery . The obtained output from this module is been fed to the knowledge management system that identifies the diseases based on body type. The designed system is being evaluated by siddha practitioners as a computer-aided diagnostic tool.
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