Siddha Medicine

Siddha medicine employs a variety of herbs and minerals, many of which were developed in the ancient past under advanced scientific techniques, even by today's standards. The development of medicine has been a continuous process in Asia although it has always taken a more natural approach to healing than western medicine. Siddha medicine, being one of the worlds most complex and intricate forms of medicine, is on the verge of being lost due to change, and Thanuology may be lost altogether.

Many chronic diseases, considered incurable in western medicine, can be treated successfully with Siddha medicine. Most medicines are for the most part natural and processed in such a way as to be readily absorbed within each cell in the body, giving it proper nourishment to sustain a long and healthy life. Healthy cells within the body can reproduce new cells that are just as healthy, thus slowing the process of aging from the inside out. Some Siddha medical treatments claim that certain medicines are effective enough at this to be able to arrest aging altogether. Western medicine attempts to slow aging from the outside in with anti-wrinkle creams and skin surgery. Modern medicine could benefit from some of the hidden treasures in Siddha medicine if less importance was put on having a patent for their drugs than having an actual cure.

The western medical techniques are, for the most part, too expensive for the average Indian citizen to use, so generally they seek the services of a Siddha physician or other holistic practitioner. Basic natural laws prevent the Siddha physician from gaining material wealth from the profession, so many charge only a minimal amount if any for their services. As mentioned earlier this as an ancient science which is in danger of being lost without the assistance of dedicated students and the resources of others who can afford giving to help continue this science which is given for the benefit of humankind.

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