Dr.Arun Baby

Journey to Chathuragiri to find Siddha Mooligai

Dr.Arun Baby

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

Arun Baby

Korakkar Siddhar Cave of Chathuragiri

Dr.Arun Baby

Wayanad

Dr.Arun Baby

Vishnu Uppu collected from Rameshwaram Sea

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Siddha medicine Adathodai manappagu


Invariably all gynaec syrups indicated for DUB do contain Adathoda. It can even control Post partum hemorrhage if given in adequate dose study done as early as 1980 says so... As strong as Oxytocin and Methergin
It's a time to drive home the point that Adathodai manappagu is a boon for those suffering from DUB when administered continuously for 3 months even though the excessive or continual bleeding stops within a few days. It corrects the irregularity of the cycles also. Though it can halt the bleeding temporarily in abnormal uterine bleeding due to organic lesions, Adathodai manappagu is most powerful in DUBs where it can invariably cure it after an adequate course of treatment for 90 days .
Adathoda  manappagu in 20 ml bd will be handy.. Until bleeding stops thereafter 10 ml bd for 3 months would be a ' sweet' choice

Saturday, July 30, 2016


The Foreign Minister and the rest of the delegation will visit a Canada-funded UNDP Project site, ‘Siddha Medicine Production Sales and Service Cooperative Society  in the Jaffna District.

The Government of Canada, under a financial envelope of 6 Million Canadian Dollars, has partnered with two UN agencies - namely the United Nations Development Programme  and the Food and Agriculture Organization  to strengthen agro economic sector in the North of Sri Lanka, under the ‘Agro-Economic Development Project’, which will benefit over 11,000 households across the Jaffna, Kilinochchi and Mullaitivu Districts.

The Siddha Medicine Production, Sales and Service Centre, is equipped to improve product quality and to  cater to the increasing demand of herbal medicinal products. The center will also include a research and library facility to provide knowledge and learning opportunities to Siddha Medicine undergraduates.

The Canadian Government continues to have a strong and longstanding partnership with the United Nations and is the third largest donor of UNDP Sri Lanka.                  
http://www.slbc.lk/index.php/slbc-news/slbc-local-news/1204-minister-of-foreign-affairs-of-canada-will-visit-the-northern-province-tomorrow

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Watch Dr.Shabel' s Programme on  Kairali TV "HELLO DOCTOR"
Siddha Management of Spine diseases & Arthritis.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RQblgTPCLw

Friday, July 1, 2016

Doctors day siddha thoughts

http://siddharesearch.blogspot.in/2013/08/hippocrates-medical-oath-and-siddha.html?m=1

My dear doctor's let us read this once again in this doctors day

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Chennai based impcops to open 26th Drug sales Depot in Kozhikode,kerala in 2 months

Chennai based ‘Impcops’ to open 26th Drug Sale Depot in Kozhikode in Kerala in 2 months

Peethaambaran Kunnathoor, Chennai
Friday, June 24, 2016, 08:00 Hrs  [IST] 

The long standing demand of the Siddha and Unani medical practitioners of north Kerala will be soon realized with the opening of a Drug Sales Depot (DSD) of the Chennai based Indian Medical Practitioners Co-operative Pharmacy and Stores Ltd (Impcops) in Kozhikode in Kerala, said its secretary Dr Pon Singh.

The Kozhikode depot will be the 26th sales depot of Impcops and the second one in Kerala. First one is located near the Siddha hospital in Thiruvananthapuram.

“The director board of Impcops has decided to open its 26th sales depot in Kerala considering the demand of the Kerala Siddha Graduates Association. The board has authorized the secretary to find out a suitable shop in Kozhikode city in consultation with the president and the local director (director board member from Kerala). The board member from Kerala, Dr. Arun Baby has been assigned to do the preliminary work by finding out a suitable shop-room and we will go for next steps as soon as the room is taken”, said Dr Pon Singh.

Dr Arun Baby, who is the president of All Kerala Siddha Doctors’ Forum (AKSDF), said the association has been demanding a drug sale depot of Impcops in Malabar area for a long time for the benefit of the Siddha and Unani practitioners in north Kerala where a lot of practitioners of both the Ayush systems are practicing. The Unani and Siddha practitioners from Kozhikode, Malappuram, Wynadu, Kannur, Kasargode and Palakkadu are now availing their medical requirements from the Coimbatore depot. Very few medicines are supplied by Oushadhi from Thrissur, he said.

“Once the depot is opened in Kozhikode, the state government owned Oushadhi can reduce their risk in procuring and supplying medicines from the Thiruvananthapuram depot. For all the 28 Siddha dispensaries under the central project (NHM) and Unani institutions the medicines are supplied by Oushadhi”, he added.

Regarding the scope of Siddha medicines in Kerala, Dr Arun Baby pointed out that the recent establishment of a Unani medical college in Kozhikodu would support the sale growth of the depot. Impcops’ ‘kashaayam’ powder has very good impact in Kerala as they do not add preservatives in medicines. Besides there are a lot of Unani doctors in Kozhikode, Wynadu, Malappuram and the nearby places. The members of Impcops will get 25 per cent discount for all medicines bought from the Society. More than one thousand Ayurveda physicians from Kerala are Impcops members.

Further, he said AKSDF has a plan to start one Siddha medical college in Kerala under cooperative sector and deliberations are going on among the Forum members now.                   http://www.pharmabiz.com/NewsDetails.aspx?aid=95888&sid=1

Friday, May 20, 2016

Lack of facilities for higher studies forces Siddha graduates in Kerala to opt for non-medical courses

Peethaambaran Kunnathoor, Chennai
Friday, May 20, 2016, 08:00 Hrs  [IST] 

Lack of facilities for higher studies for Siddha graduates in Kerala is  forcing the students who have completed the course, BSMS, to opt for non-medical courses and find placement in areas other than medical for their livelihood.

Many of the graduates in Siddha are now doing MBA, LLB and other industry related diploma courses, and getting into industrial jobs/business activities, says Dr. Arun Baby, president of All Kerala Siddha Doctors Forum (AKSDF).

“A large number of BSMS graduates are now engaged in various business activities. Some others are doing UG/PG programmes in non-medical subjects like MBA, LLB or Diploma courses on technical side. They do not want to practice the system here. No support is getting them from the government side or from any private sector,” he added.

According to AKSDF, the major hurdle for their higher study, MD Siddha, is absence of an institution, either in the public sector or private sector. The only one college conducting Siddha degree course is the Santhigiri Siddha Medical College at the state capital. It has no PG programme.

Although the Siddha graduates want to take admission in the government institutions in Tamil Nadu, the hub of Siddha, language becomes a stumbling block. The syllabus and the medium of instruction are in Tamil language. Besides, for getting admission there, the Kerala graduate has to register his/her degree with the Tamil Nadu medical council. It is a difficult process and after wards, the difficulty will become severe when he/she wants to come back to the home state. Two government colleges and a few private institutions conduct PG programme in Siddha there.

Dr. Arun said as per the latest information, the number of Siddha graduates in Kerala is over 600, but none of them is doing PG programme in the subject. Only those who did their UG course in Tamil Nadu, they might be doing their PG in the colleges there. But, number of such students is very less. Job opportunity for Siddha doctors in Kerala is a major problem.

While pointing out the issues faced by the BSMS graduates in Kerala today, the president of AKSDF said very few Siddha graduates are working on clinical side as the chances for them are less. Unless the government encourages by providing job opportunities, they cannot establish as a medical practitioner under the Ayush systems in Kerala. Government should take up programmes and projects for setting up more Siddha hospitals, dispensaries, drug manufacturing units and subsequently to appoint the Siddha graduates as medical officers, drug inspectors and in other capacities the health department requires.

The state has only one government siddha hospital which is located at Vallakkadavu in Thiruvananthapuram. In addition to that, there are eight dispensaries.

For Ayurveda system, Kerala has 127 hospitals, 815 dispensaries, 20 sub-centres and three medical colleges under government, 14 medical colleges under private sector and two self-financing medical colleges.

Friday, May 13, 2016

Dont burst the pimple prevent it the siddha

Monday, May 9, 2016

Pediatric Liver Diseases and its Management by Herbals: A Traditional Siddha Medicine
Dr.Senthilvel,MD(S)
Ministry of AYush, New Delhi.

View Abstract
http://ijpcs.net/article/148

Focus

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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