The fruit of this plant provides energy and removes fatigue. Used by the tribes of western ghats to refresh and bring freshness with energy. Regular intake of fruits reduces stress and anxiety.
Dandruff is a very common problem seen amongst kids teenage and adults. Medically termed as Pityriasis Capitis, characterised by excessive shedding of dead skin from scalp. Peels of lemon can be dried, powdered and used for cleaning the hair and scalp.
Drumsticks is a very common tree widely grown across India. It is very useful either as nutritional or medicinal purpose. It has small leaves, white flowers and seed pods which are long, slender and triangular resembling drumsticks.
Heart burn once a while may be normal, but frequent heart burn may be a sign of GERD or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. Spicy, acidic, and fatty food is linked to GERD. Over eating too much of carbonated drinks, tea or coffee may aggravate this condition.
Ostoeoporosis is a silent disease, makes the bone porous, weak and easy to break. Commonly seen in eldely people and especially women after menopause. Osteoporosis means- 'porous bone'.
Constipation is defined as decrease in frequency, volume and fluidity of stool. A very common Gastro intestinal disorder characterised by restricted bowel movements with infrequent and difficult evacuation of stools.
The shortage is not because of abundance or exhaustive consumption, but due to these plants’ ‘endangered’ and ‘threatened’ status.
The TN Govt Village Nurses Association has urged the State government to introduce traditional Indian medicine for the treatment of vector borne diseases.
India will hold one of the biggest global Yoga meet in China to celebrate the UN's first "International Day of Yoga".
The seminar will cover the topics Traditional Health Foods & Relating to Menstrual cycle, Post Menopausal Syndrome and its Management, Awareness on Breast Cancer by doctors and experts.
According to Siddha, specific directive for each stage of treatment, including diagnosis and dispensing of medicines, is necessary to establish the veracity of curing diseases through Siddha therapy.
This verses said by Thirumoolar was so scientific, deep and beyond imagination. Our Physical Body is made up of Five elements - Munn (Earth), Neer (Water), Thee (Fire), Vali (Air), Aakayam (Space). These five elements are the fundemental components of our Universe too.
Kayakalpa in Siddha is based on Pancha bhootha panchikarnam. Human body is made of 5 elements and 3 humours (Vatham, Pitham and Kapham). These forces or humours are in a balanced ratio in our body say 1:1/2:1/4 as Vatha: Pitha: Kapha.
Team Siddham salutes the Divine Souls who sacrificed their lives with smiles on their faces. It is only due to their will power and effort, today we are living in an Independent India. This video is also dedicated to our brave soldiers.
Siddhars are eminent powers who are enriched with Ashtama Siddhi(eight supernatural powers) and had the true knowledge about 'Soul'. The word Siddhar is derived from the tamil word 'Sidh' meaning wise.