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Uni5 Healthy Body

Health Circardian Cycle

Energy is in a cyclic Pattern which includes Time and hence everything has a cyclic pattern. We need to follow this for health. This is the science Vedic science pattern called rithu or Rythm talked in ayuveda and we see that in modern science also. 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/09/180920115521.htm

 

How we can apply in Uni5 will be discussed soon.


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Sakthi Pharmacy


This section also welcomes readers experience to share about the simple remedies that work that they have encountered.

We have different sections of food that are divided as grains, herbs, fruits, vegetables etc.

 

For child fever, cough, cold, vomoting, infections-home remedies. 

 

https://shalusblog.blogspot.com/?fbclid=IwAR2EadDhbJNcD26z0kVZFp4fx2H-ikku-jFBHmSyA8XI7ZBE86CurflnGRo

 

12 important vegeTABLES

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaqQEGua_M0

 

 

the ancient science of pharmacy called “Rasashastra” was used routinely by herbal medical practitioners. Processing methods in Ayurveda (called Samskaras) consist of two stages: The Shodhana (purification or detoxification) and Bhaishajya kalpana (formulation methods). The process of Shodhana involves treatment of the drug with “Goumutra” (cow urine) and cow milk [12-16]. About 200 medical texts that describe the Shodhana process, have been written in various languages. Amongst these 200 published texts, “Charaka Samhita” is said to establish the basic concepts for processing herbal medicines [12-15].

 

. Belge RS, Belge AR: Ayurvedic shodhana treatments and their applied aspect with special reference to loha. IOSR – J Pharm Biol Sci 2012, 2:45–49.

 

15. Mishra LC: Scientific basis for ayurvedic therapies. Washington, DC: CRC Press; 2004.

 

16. Shah RK, Kenjale RD, Shah DP, Sathaye S, Kaur H: Evaluation of cardiotoxicity of shodhit and ashodhit samples of aconite root. Int J Pharmacol Biol Sci 2010, 4:65–68.

 

 

 

This concept is mentioned as yogvahi in ayurveda and was used to increase the effect of medicines by increasing oral bioavailability, decreasing adverse effects and to circumvent parenteral routes of drug administration. More such useful and economically viable drug combinations can be developed by integrating knowledge of time tested ayurveda with modern methods of research. This review is an account of these bioenhancers, available from the natural resources.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3657948/

 

he use of “trikatu” as a bioenhancer from ayurveda and successfully applied it to various modern medicines to enhance their bioavailability. The ayurvedic concept of anupaan and sehpaan ought to be incorporated into the modern medicine also. Modern medicine can take the cue from the ayurvedic leads to develop more efficacious and safe medicines with safer routes of drug administration in future also. The underlying mechanisms with their clinical outcomes can also be researched and validated further as per the latest research methodologies.

 

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Healers and Ayurvedic Vaidyas  and Sites

Best Healers of Kerala

Best Healer for Diseases in Kerala

https://sites.google.com/site/kirathanv/famous-healers-of-india

 Others

Subramanyam Vaidyar

Sreenivasan Vaidyar  Wyanad 94478 59004‬. 

Dhanvanthiran Vaidyar

Vijayakumar Vaidyar Thrissoor

Anil Vaidik

Mohanan vaidyar  - http://jnvaidyasala.com/

Kirathan Vaidyar

 

Tamil Nadu

Dr.Parameswaran

 http://naturelifeinternational.com/selfhealing.html

 http://www.poomullymana.com/

 http://www.niramayam.com/

 

Magazines

 

Arshanadam Narendra Bhooshan Vedaprakash  

 

English Journals

http://nopr.niscair.res.in/handle/123456789/43635

Rediscovering Nano drug delivery systems in Ayurvedic lipid based formulations

http://nopr.niscair.res.in/handle/123456789/43636

Purification of Guggul by Ayurvedic process (Shodhana), estimation of Guggulsterone E & Z before and after purification by HPLC analysis

 

https://somantn.wordpress.com/author/somantn/page/3/

 

shashtika pinda swedam https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4JZ21loKck

 

Siddha Hospitals

Autism and Muscular Dystrophy -  Siddha Hospital - 256, Tiruchendur Rd, Murugankurichi, Palayamkottai, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu 627002, India

Phone: +91 462 257 2738

Ayurveda Hospitals


Namaste dear friends, information’s are always vital. Usually lack of information at the right time eventually leads to loss of both money and precious time. For e.g., a relative of mine was suffering from psoriasis and because of this we ended up spending lakhs of money in its treatment for 2-3 years. But then, it would heal temporarily and later it would come up again.

After doing a research, I found national Institute of panchakarma near Shornoor in Palakkad which is equipped with free treatment for psoriasis. Along with that, special treatments are available for arthritis related diseases as well as stroke. It is a research hospital of Ayush. He availed the treatment there and surprisingly and the disease was completely cured within just 28 days free of cost. And even the travel expenses were handled by the hospital management.

Ayush a bharatheeya chikitsa is held in different districts. But stated information is only held at Thrissur district.

I want to share another information, couples without children spend lakhs of rupees for the infertility treatment. At District Homoeopathic Hospital, a treatment methodology called as Seethalayam provides us infertility treatment for just Rs 10 per month.

There is an Ayurveda government hospital for marma treatment in Kerala. It is in Kanjiramkulam, Trivandrum.

Government Ayurveda Mental Hospital at Kottakkal is the only one Ayurveda hospital in Kerala.


Few schemes were put forward by ayur mission in thrissur district. These include:

1. *Ayushyam*-a scheme for lifestyle diseases like diabetes, BP, thyroid and their treatments. And this scheme is available at. government Ayurveda hospital, Azhikode. Ph no;0480-2817944


2. *Drishti*- a scheme for the school children with visual impairments. Usually we take our children to doctors and get them glasses if they have weak eyesight. And this eventually leads to weakening of eyesight other than its recovery. So we have got Ayurveda eye treatments to find solutions to any kind of visual disabilities. This scheme is available at hospitals like rama varma district ayurveda hospital Thrissur and also at government Ayurveda hospital irinjalakuda. Ph no (irinjalakuda hospital): 0480-2820190


3. *Snehadhaara*: a scheme for bedridden patients with any kind of disease. This is not an Alopathic treatment and hence we can reduce the side effects of the medications. This facility is available at government ayurveda hospital anthikad. Ph no. 0487-2272750. This scheme is also available at govt ayurveda dispensary, avinissery and govt ayurveda dispensary mulloorkara.


4. Diseases like piles are common these days and we end up doing surgeries. But it seems that a single surgery isnt enough. Coming to ayurveda, we have a surgery named *ksharasutram* and agnikarma and ksharakarma. Yoga and ksharasutram reduces the chance of its recurrence. The operation can be carried even on diabetic patients too and it takes only a day's rest. This surgery is less expensive and is available at Government ayurveda hospital chelicerae. Ph no: 0488-4254163. This facility is also available at Rama varma district Ayurveda hospital thrissur.


5. Nowadays the problem of infertility has become so common. A solution to this is *prasoojithanthram*, an Ayurvedic treatment available at cheap rate compared to Allopathic treatments. Checkups and treatments for pregnant women, post-delivery care and several gynae issues are also dealt in this scheme. This facility is available at government Ayurveda hospital villidam. Ph no: 0487 320290.


Kaumara Brithyam
It’s a specialty clinic for adolescence where the treatments available all the teenage related problems .
Government Ayurveda hospital Allur

Liver Specialty hospital
Liver diseases are increasing these days due to alcoholism ,life style changes and all ,thsese are few hospitals specially for testing and treating liver problems free of cost.
Ramavarma district hospital Thrissur
Government Ayurveda hospital Anthikad
Government Ayurveda hospital Guruvayur,
Government Ayurveda hospital Irijalakuda

Governme
nt Ayurveda hospital Puthencheri for dealing with age related problems ( geriatric )

Jothirghamaya to watch over prisoners health and Central Jail Veeyur is running one .

Rithu
Srerama madam girls higher secondary school Purnattukara
Sredurgavilasam higher secondary school Peramangalam,

Amruthakiranam
For all type of skin problems especially Psoriasis, Eczema are very difficult to treat and many are suffering with this , these are few hospitals dealing with skin diseases .
Ramavarma district hospital Thrissur
Government Ayurveda hospital Anthikad
Government Ayurveda vishavaidhya Hospital Madakathara
Government Ayurveda hospital Vadakanchery
Government Ayurveda Hospital Valapad


Varnyam for female skin problems like acne, excess hair growth etc
Government Ayurveda Hospital Irinjalakuda.

Basti/
For urinary system related problems
Government Ayurveda hospital Annamannada

Pranashakthi
For motor-neuron diseases like parkinsonism

Harsham
For mental diseases like depression, anxiety etc

Prisam
Ramavarma district hospital for Ophthalmic problem
Ayush wellness center for introducing Yoga and naturopathy for the community.
Government Ayurveda dispensary Kariyannur

Kerala Institute of Sports Ayurveda research center
The first Ayurveda sports hospital in Asia, is a 50 bedded hospital with marma & pancha karma treatment,rakthamoksham, physiotherapy, massage therapy etc.


There are many other specialty clinics in all districts ,you can find the one near by your place running under Ayush for cost free treatment without any side effects. - From Kirathan VS - Translated by Arya Ramankutty