Traditional Siddha Marma Science – Medicines & Treatment Encyclopedia
This is a contribution of Vaidyan P. Cristil Asan to the Siddha System of Medicine. The book contains all the hidden secrets about the Marmam, injuries caused by hurting marma points and its treatment aspects with colour photos for better understanding. The book is written in Malayalam. This Book is published by NVVS trust as a part of social service and propagation of Siddha System of Medicine.
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Varma Therapy is a special branch of Siddha medicine. Varmam is otherwise known as Marmam or Jeevan.
A human body requires Dasavayus (10 vayus) namely Pranan, Abanan, Viyanan, Udanan, Samanan, Nagan, Koorman, Kirukaran, Dananjayan, Devadathan, for its proper functioning. Each vayu has its own function to keep the body healthy and disease free. Among all these Pranan or Pranavayu is the most important one. Pranavayu controls the function of all other vayus. It flows across the six atharas, the three dasanadis (Idakalai, Pngalai, sulumunai) from vertex to sole. The entire path of the pranavayu consists of junctions or places where it stays temporarily. These junctions are called Varmam. There are 108 Varmam or Varma points in our body. Out of these 12 are Paduvarmam or the Varmams which when injured can lead to death. The other 96 are Thoduvarmam which are used in therapeutic purposes.
When the body gets injured on a particular part due to some trauma leading to shock or fracture, the pranan changes its path and gets scattered from its original place to any other area. During this time the person may experience excruciating pain which may also refer to other area leading to syncope, and even coma. These sorts of injury if not treated in a specific time period may lead to deadly or fatal conditions. The signs and symptoms which the patient shows due to such trauma may mimic different other diseases and misguide the physician from the correct diagnosis. Such conditions can only be understood and treated by a honest, truthful, believer of God and his Guru (his teacher), experienced Asan or a Marmani. The Asan, with his different therapeutic techniques and prayers can treat any Varma injury completely. They are noble people who serve the mankind without seeing their personal interest or in need of money.
SRI P. CRISTIL ASAN, Thundathil, Kariyavattom, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
He is the son of Sri Ponnayanasan, continuing as a Traditional Siddha Practitioner and belongs to the Agasthiya Guru parampara of Practitioners. He had overcome many obstacles and hurdles in his journey to make this book a reality. It is his tribute to Agasthiya Guru to whom his family has been worshipping since generations. He had written and completed this book with the writings by guru’s and certain testimonials kept hidden in the Agasthiyar Siddha Gurukulam. His vast Traditional experience gained during the long 45 years of practice in this field helped and encouraged him to disclose all the secrets and hidden informations about this Traditional divine system of medicine to the future. The author says this valuable book is not only a boon to Siddha system but also it is beneficial to all people in the Medical field and to the common people for their knowledge and interest. No other Traditional Practitioners so far have shown such a wonderful dedication towards his Guru and work.
The book is published by NVVS Trust. The NVVS Trust is not a source of income or heavy investment. It is an organization which aims at development and research in Siddha Medicine. Many of Traditional Vaidyars who are skilled and noble but unexposed and are struggling in their life. NVVS trust wishes to bring them into light for their upliftment and development of this divine system of medicine. One of the first steps in this mission is Publication of “Paramparya Siddha Vaidya Vignanakosam” written by Sri P. Cristil Asan.
NVVS Trust invites all the Traditional Siddha Practitioners to become a part of our Advisory Board and our efforts to make this system to reach every nook and cranny of this world. We also invite valuable suggestions, ideas and any one with a good intention can become our Advisory member.