Ayurveda keralahttp://www.toxycure.comA reliable one day ayurvedic programme, named 'Visharasayana' designed by Dr. Anish M. Kurias, by combining 'VishaTantra' (Toxicology and preventive medicines) and 'Rasayana' (Geriatrics and Rejuvenation therapy) one of the two branches in Ayurveda treatment, to expel all the toxins in your body, accumulated from - The air you breath. The water you drink. The food you eat.Ayurveda (Sanskrit for “science of life”), the name derived from - 'Ayus' Life & 'Veda' science, is a form of alternative medicine based on the principle that disease is caused by an imbalance of life forces (viz. kapha, pitta, and vata). It is attributed to Dhanvantari, the physician to the gods in Hindu mythology, who received it from Brahma. Its earliest concepts were set out in the portion of the Vedas known as the Atharvaveda (2nd millennium BC). Ayurveda is the oldest existing system of medical practice and is regarded by proponents as a complete way of life aimed at spiritual, mental, and social well-being as well as physical health.Ayurveda has eight branches dealing with various aspects of medicine, which of those are explained below.1.Health Dec 31, 1969
Established in 1929, Bipha is a research-based pharmaceutical company committed to discovering, developing, and delivering value-added and time-tested Ayurvedic remedies that are easy-to-use and go a long way in improving the quality of life for people around the world - by bringing innovations directly to the customer.Pioneering AchievementsFounded by distinguished Ayurvedic Physician Pappy Vaidiyan, a major cornerstone in the company's history was its patented restorative in 1940 - Blood-in-Draksha which was a runaway success heralding a new era in prescription formulations of traditional medicine. At present, the company boasts of over 60 prescription formulations.The age old system of Ayurvedic medication had one distinct disadvantage - it was difficult to make in small quantities and self-administer the right dosage. The strategic focus of the company on innovation and unwavering commitment to excellence led to the scientific application of modern technology to the traditional system of dispensing medicines by pioneering the manufacture of Ayurvedic tablets as early as 1971.BIPASIL - an anti-hypertensive was the first Ayurvedic tablet formulation to be launched. Although a novel concept in traditional medication, the tablets were very well accepted by both the medical fraternity as well as the end user. This prompted the development of an exhaustive range of drugs for the treatment of a broad spectrum of disorders ranging from common cold to chronic disorders. HERBIONICS - an over-the-counter revolutionary range of Ayurvedic drugs is the newest addition.Research & DevelopmentTraditional therapies are holistic - they address the whole person rather than just the symptoms of an ailment. Standardising these age old formulations is one of the constant challenges at the full-fledged R&D facility at Bipha. Sustained research in association with premier scientific research institutes both within the country and abroad ensures consistency and increasing levels of efficacy for each product.Quality ControlAt Bipha, quality control begins right from the selection of raw materials. These are sourced only from first-rate herb farms, conforming to the exacting standards of authenticity, quality and purity. They are then analysed for possible impurities such as chemicals, pesticides etc. Stringent excellence control methods are also affected at every stage of the manufacturing process. Samples are drawn at random from the production line and analysed to ensure consistency in standards. Even the finished products are randomly selected and thoroughly scrutinised prior to final approval ensuring that only the finest reaches the consumer.
Among Ashtavaidyas Eledath Thaikkattu Mooss occupies an important position. Among members of earlier generation, there is mention of a Parameswaran Mooss and his younger brother Narayanan Mooss. Parameswaran Mooss had one son, Narayanan Mooss, who had four sons. Two of them died before marriage leaving behind Neelakandhan Mooss and Ravi Mooss. Neelakandhan Mooss had two sons, Narayanan Mooss and Divakaran Mooss. The title of Vaidyaratnam was conferred on Narayanan Mooss by the Viceroy for his meritorious sevices. His brother Divakaran Mooss too won national recognition as a physician and was invited to various parts of India for treatment. While at Bombay and at the Baroda Palace, he had opportunities to show his skill in Ayurvedic treatment. In 1914 he established the E.T.M.Vaidyasala at Ollur. Vaidyaratnam Narayanan Mooss had one son, Padmasree Neelakandhan Mooss, who started Vaidyaratnam Oushadhasala . Divakaran Mooss had two sons, Ravi Mooss and Divakaran Aryan Mooss. Ravi Mooss has two sons, Divakaran Mooss and Narayanan Mooss. Divakaran Mooss has one son, Ravi Mooss, who has also a degree in Ayurveda.