Siddha Vaidyam & the Kitchen Medicines

Siddha Vaidyam is not just the oldest and the first medical system that ever existed since the prehistoric period but its a science and proof of intense spirituality and Siddhars show the immense possibility of a human beings.

This medicine was developed by the scientists of ancient days named Siddhars who gained their knowledge through deep meditation and thus arousing the serpent power that is hidden within every human. These are humans who have reached the blissful state of human life and achieved the state of ultimate knowledge.

The natural ingredients of the Siddha health system herbs are much better and free of side effects than the factory made chemical stuffed products. Simple Siddha remedies can be very effective in relieving symptoms, and preventing further development of a disorder. Anything that is easily available in your kitchen or around your home, and has a medicinal use, may be used as a kitchen and home remedy. When used for medical purposes, herbs, vegetables, fruits, spices, grains and oils are understood to be home remedies.

May Lord Vaitheesvarar bless you with greater health and wealth
~ Vijayakumar Alagappan

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Nandiavata Poo - Flower for 99 Eye diseases

The juice of the Nandiavata Poo (crepe jasmine) is used to treat 99 types of eye problems. If you have diseases of the eyes you can try juice squeezed out of the flower bud of Nandiavata Poo and pour two drops into each eye. 


The flowers are also used to treat eye heatiness. When your eyes turn red due to extreme heat, crush the flower and pour two drops into each eye. Make sure you do not use the milk. The juice will cool the eyes and eye redness will disappear. 

Other benefits of the Nandiavata plant :

  1. The milky juice of the leaves has anti-inflamatory action, so it is applied over the wounds.
  2. The juice of the flowers can be applied over eyes as eye drops for eye diseases.
  3. The flower juice can be mixed with oil and used as eye drops.
  4. The flower juice mixed with oil can be applied over skin diseases.
  5. Decoction of the leaves is an anti-hypertensive and diuretic.
  6. The milky juice of the leaves along with oil is applied over the forehead for pain present in the eyes.
  7. The roots is an anodyne hence used to relieve toothache.
  8. The roots are ground along with water and given internally for intestinal worms.

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