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  • Displays of Siddha Practices at Siddha Pavilion ...

    May 09, 2012 · The practices of Siddha Medical system on display at the Siddha pavilion set up as part of a medical exhibition at Santhigiri Fest conducted by Santhigiri Ashram. One of the practices on display is the ancient diagnostic practice called 'manikkadai nool' in which the doctor would measure the circumference of the wrist and the length of the fingers of a patient, and use the measurement as a ...

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    Jul 16, 2011 · chavakkadnet's video This is great video about Ottamooli Treatment Called Nattu vaidyam. This person from mannalam kunnu,chavakkad Please watch this clip.. Thanks Sreeraman and Kairali TV.

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  • Ayurveda system of medicine and Kerala's contribution

    Apr 20, 2011 · In addition to these there are more known works such as 'Chikilsakramam', Sahasrayogam', 'Yogaratna prakasika', 'Vaidya manjari', 'Chikilsa manjari', 'Netraroga chikilsa', 'Yogamritham', etc. A notable contribution to the Ayurveda literature from Kerala is an encyclopedia on medicinal plants of Kerala.

  • a 4 ayurveda: 2009

    Nov 21, 2009 · In Ayurveda Chikilsa, the role of panchakarma and especially Vasti is having a very important place in the treatment of many disorders. Certain herbal oils, herbal extracts etc., are applied through the rectum. This treatment is for arthritis, paralysis, hemiplegia, numbness, gastric complaints associated w ith rheumatism and constant constipation.

  • Kalari Chikilsa – one of the traditional forms of medicine ...

    Dec 08, 2018 · Kalari Chikilsa is one of the traditional forms of medicine of the Asian subcontinent. It is a form of physical therapy and a blend of martial arts, Ayurveda and Siddha medicine. Based on the historical references, Kalari Chikilsa has its origin in South India, aged more than 3000 years. In olden days, this therapy is called as Kalarippayat.