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Journey to Chathuragiri to find Siddha Mooligai

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At the top of Chathuragiri (April 12th, 2009)

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Korakkar Siddhar Cave of Chathuragiri

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Vishnu Uppu collected from Rameshwaram Sea

Sunday, December 31, 2023

7th Siddha day, Madurai

Saturday, December 30, 2023

Dr. Arunbaby on 7th Siddha day @wayanad District Ayurveda Hospital, Kalpetta

Friday, December 29, 2023

Siddha Day Wishes to All

prana -Respiratory care for children through Siddha

Tuesday, December 26, 2023

✨As a Pre-Siddha Day celebration, Siddha Regional Research Institute, Thiruvananthapuram has conducted a Pre-Siddha Day seminar today 26-12-2023 (Tuesday) on the theme of 7th Siddha Day 2023 “Ancient Wisdom and Modern Solutions.” ✨Dr. Sajith Babu IAS, State Mission Director, National AYUSH Mission, Thiruvananthapuram has inaugurated the event along with Dr. P. Hariharan, Vice Principal, Santhigiri Siddha Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram.✨Dr. S. Selvarajan, Research Officer (Siddha)/Sci-IV, CCRS, Chennai and Dr. A. Rajendra Kumar, Research Officer (Siddha)/Sci-III, CCRS, Chennai have also given their special address via online. ✨The first session was on "Characterisation of Thadhu samples from Siddha medicine" handled by Sh.Rajeev, Head (Rtd), Analytical and Spectroscopy Division, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram. ✨The second topic was “Nanotechnology: Advancements in Herbal Drug Delivery and Safety Perspectives” dealt with by Dr. Remya N S, Scientist ‘D’, Division of Toxicology, SCTIMST, Thiruvananthapuram. ✨The third invited speaker is Dr. R.B. Sreekala, Professor & Head, ORI & MSs Library, University of Kerala, Kariavattom Campus, Thiruvananthapuram discussed the topic of “ Palm leaf Manuscripts and its importance in the retrieval of old life traditions”. ✨Sh. R.S. Praveen Raj, Senior Principal Scientist, NIIST, Thiruvananthapuram has led a session on “Legal framework for protection of Traditional Medicine Practices.” ✨The event was completed with the announcement of prizes for e-poster competition for UG, PG and Doctors category. Concluding remarks were given by Dr. V.L Reena, Research Officer (Chem), SRRI.

Friday, December 22, 2023

National Institute of siddha job alert 22-12-23

Thursday, December 21, 2023

7th World Siddha Day @Madurai 31-12-23

Tuesday, December 19, 2023

WomensvHealth in siddha

Unlock the wisdom of Siddha functional Foods for Women's Health!

The Siddha System of Medicine places great importance on proper food habits throughout a woman's life, from birth to puberty, pregnancy, lactation and post menopausal phase of life. These practices aim to prevent and correct general and gynecological disorders, ensure reproductive health and enhance lactation.

One such recipe, from the Siddha text Pararajasekaram, includes:

A paste made by grinding 25g Coriander, 2.5g Cumin seeds, 5g Pepper, Turmeric and Coconut. This paste is mixed with fried young brinjal and drumstick in Gingiley oil, salt, onions and garlic.

Another such remedy involves grinding 12.5g Cumin seeds, dry ginger and turmeric with gingiley oil then rolled into small balls to be consumed with jaggery for 3-7 days during menstruation, postpartum and lactation.

Embrace Siddha wisdom for holistic well-being! ๐Ÿคฐ

#NIS #CCRS #Ayush #MoA #7thSiddhaDay #SiddhaMedicine #WomenHealth #SiddhaFoods #HolisticHealth ๐Ÿฒ๐Ÿคฑ

Daily Habits in Siddha

๐ŸŒž Countdown to 7th Siddha Day: 14 Days Away! ๐ŸŒž
Explore "NITHIYA OZHUKKAM" - Time-Honored Daily Habits from Siddha Wisdom!
Siddha medicine is more than just treatments; it's a lifestyle embracing daily well-being practices. Let's rediscover these age-old habits:

1. Early Rising: Wake up between 4-5 AM for a refreshing start, benefiting from low pollution and high oxygen levels.
2. Natural Brushing: Use herbal sticks and a squatting posture for dental health.
3. Healthy Elimination: Embrace the Indian squatting toilet for better digestion and reduced strain.
4. Herbal Bathing: Swap chemical soaps with natural alternatives for skin health.
5. Mindful Eating: Follow Siddhar guidelines on meal portions and practices, including eating on plantain leaves and avoiding water during meals for optimal digestion.
6. Restorative Sleep: Prioritize adequate, age-appropriate sleep routines for overall health.

Revitalize your life by embracing these Siddha principles! 

๐ŸŒฟ #NIS #CCRS #Ayush #MoA #7thSiddhaDay #SiddhaWisdom #HealthyLiving

Monday, December 18, 2023

Beverage in Siddha

12 Days to 7th Siddha Day 
Beverages in Siddha Medicine 

Unlock the wisdom of Siddha beverages, connecting ancient practices with modern solutions:

Beverages play a vital role in breaking down and digesting food, converting it into nourishing body fluids while providing mental satisfaction. Just as hunger signals the need for food, thirst signals the need for beverages.

Water is the base constituent of almost all beverages. Boiled and cooled water is ideal for drinking. Drinking water before meals can reduce appetite, while consuming it after meals aids digestion.

The choice between hot and cold water depends on the food type. Cold water complements grain-based foods, wheat, curd, and honey. Hot water is best for flour-based foods. Buttermilk and curd pair well with cereals and greens, while milk rejuvenates those tired from illnesses, travel, exertion or sun exposure.

Siddha texts recommend 'Sura' for the weak and honey-water for the obese. Those with tuberculosis may benefit from mutton soup. Ancient wisdom guides modern beverage choices!

#NIS #CCRS #Ayush #MoA #7thSiddhaDay #SiddhaMedicine #AncientWisdom #ModernSolutions

Sunday, December 17, 2023

Siddha Suttigai treatments after & before for Corn Foot

Saturday, December 16, 2023

Division of Siddha, Center for Integrative Medicine and Research (CIMR), Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal, Karnataka, Invites applications for the following courses: 1) Post Graduate Certificate Course in Siddha Varmam TherapyDuration: 6 months, Full time course (8.30 am – 5.00 pm)Course Fee: Rs.60,000 (General category), USD.1600 (NRI)Classes will be commencing from February 2024Application link: https://apply.manipal.edu/2) PG Certificate Course in Siddha Varmam Therapy (Hybrid mode)Duration: 1 year, live online classes, compulsory in-person practical classes, One-week compulsory internship Course Fee: Rs.60,000 (General category), USD.1600 (NRI) [local accommodation and food expenses are not included, should be arranged by the candidate]Classes will be commencing from February 2024Application link: https://sis.manipal.edu/CertificateCourses.aspxEligibility: Any UG health professionals such as MBBS, BDS, BSMS, BAMS, BNYS, BUMS, BHMS, BPT and other allied Health Sciences, BSc. Nursing, BSC./MSc.Yoga therapy or any equivalent full-time degrees.About Siddha Varma therapy (Varma vaidyam)· Unique traditional drugless healing method by manipulating energy (varma) points located along the 12 energy (naadi) channels of the human body.· Ancient Siddhas (Yogi) like Agastyar Maharishi, Thirumular, Bogar developed this art of healing and authored >120 literature.· This therapy is applied using healers’ hands, hence no investment is required. Therapy can be given in any situation to all age groups of patients.· This can be used as a complementary therapy along with other treatments in pain management, musculo-skeleto-neuronal disorders like frozen shoulder and knee joint pain, etc., sports injuries, all chronic conditions, preventive care, and wellness protocols. By manipulating Varma therapy, the body’s energy though their channels are regularised and thus diseases are treated.About the course· First of its kind in India, trains the students to use this ancient healing technique.· Classes will be taken by the experienced Siddha Varma physicians, which includes lectures, seminars, demonstrations, clinical exposure and hands on experience in treating patients.· It includes fundamentals of Siddha Varmam science, identification of important varma points, traumatic sequale of each point, manipulation techniques of each point, health benefits of each point, Siddha varma external therapies, Siddha Yoga, Varmasanam, spine alignment, treatment protocol for common conditions, etc.Career Prospectus:· Set up own Siddha Varma therapy center· Set up Siddha Varma Wellness and Rejuvenation center· Work as Siddha Varma therapy provider in hospitals and clinics· Tutoring in colleges and universities· Involving in researchLast date to apply: 20 January 2024

Thursday, December 14, 2023

7th Siddha Day on 30th December 2023

Tuesday, December 12, 2023

Saturday, December 2, 2023

RAN Therapy in siddha medicine for AIDS

*RAN Therapy in Siddha medicine for AIDS*

Based on a small study, a three-drug Siddha regimen (RAN, for Rasaghanda Mezhugu, Amukkara Chooranam and Nellikkai Lehyam) consisting of 73 ingredients (mostly herbs but also mercury and sulfur) has been approved by the Government of India for treatment of HIV in conjunction with allopathic treatments and is available in a selected number of government hospitals.


RAN this acronym stands for 1Rasagandhi mezhugu-R, 2Amukkara chooranam - A and 3Nellikkai Ilagam - N, now the most popular Siddha combination for HIV in Tamil Nadu having Immunogenic and adaptogenic properties. RAN therapy is given to HIV patients in the Asia's biggest AIDS hospital at TB Sanatorium, Tambaram, Chennai, South India .

Dr Deivanayagam and co-workers in 2001 have established laboratory evidence supporting the clinical improvement in more than 60 % of the patients who received either RAN alone or in combination with opportunistic infection (OI) controlling drugs. But RAN could not save those with brain infection, or septicaemia.

Since April 2002, the family health clinic of Health India Foundation (HIF), a registered non-governmental charity, has been running an out-patient service for HIV/AIDS at Red Cross Hospital, Chennai. The author, during his tenure as medical officer at HIF for 13 months have himself closely observed and monitored the safety and effect of RAN therapy in patients with mild to moderate HIV disease (Wilson, 2010). Fritts et al., 2008 in his review article from USA have included the pilot trial conducted with RAN therapy.


1Rasagandhi mezhugu (RGM) is polyherbo–mineral formulation in wax form containing 40 herbs.

2 Poly herbal medicated powder prepared using Withania somnifera Dunal (winter cherry) as the chief ingredient.

3Poly herbal electuary prepared using Phyllanthus Emblica, Linn. (Indian gooseberry) as the chief ingredient


Deivanayagam C.N., Krishnarajasekhar O.R., Ravichandran N., Evaluation of Siddha Medicare in HIV disease. J. Assoc. Physicians India . 2001; 49: 390-1.

Fritts M., Crawford C.C., Quibell D., Gupta A., Jonas W.B., Coulter I., Andrade S.A., Traditional Indian medicine & homeopathy for HIV/AIDS: a review of the literature. AIDS Research & Therapy 2008, 5:25. doi:10.1186/ 1742-6405- 5-25.

Wilson E., Reflections of the Siddha Traditional System of Medicine in the Emerging Field of Geology. IGC's Thirteenth Professor Jhingran Memorial Lecture monograph delivered at the Department of Rasashastra, Faculty of Ayurveda, Institute of Medical Sciences , Banaras Hindu University , Varanasi . January, 2010; 1- 45 pp.

Friday, December 1, 2023


To rejuvenate the medical system of the most ancient civilization and most ancient language of the indian subcontinent in God's own counry which originated from the Kamandalu(Sacret pot) of Agasthiyar who lived in Agasthiyarkudam and attained Samadhi in Ananthasayanam (Thiruvananathapuram)

Siddha Medicine - A gift for the human being from Siddhars !

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