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Difference between Ayurvedic Medicine vs. Siddha Medicine

 

Ayurveda is the traditional Hindu system of medicine, which is based on the idea of balance in bodily systems and uses diet, herbal treatment, and yogic breathing. It was created by the ancient sages of India and is a powerful mind-body-health system. More than a mere system of treating illness, Ayurveda is a science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge). It offers a body of wisdom designed to help people stay vibrant and healthy while realizing their full human potential.

3 Ayurvedic Doshas

 

   Ayurvedic medicine understands that there are energetic forces that influence nature and human beings. These  forces are called the Tridoshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.  The imbalance of these doshas is what ultimately creates  disease.

 When a person balances the doshas out, then a perfect state of health is achieved.  Thus, ayurvedic medicine was created to bring about this balance.

 

 

 

Siddha MedicineSiddha Medicine is the most ancient system of healing that is so old it cannot be dated. It is considered the oldest medical system in the world. The system is believed to be developed by the Siddhas, the ancient sages or spiritual saints of India who understood to deep connection between the mind, body, the natural elements and the soul. Sage Agasthiya is believed to be the father of Siddha Medicine. Preparations are made mainly out of the parts of the plants and trees such as leaves, bark, stem, root etc.

Siddha System comprises of 32 types of internal medicines and 32 types of external medicines. The medicines are safe, natural and very effective, derived from the flora, fauna and rich mineral resources of mother nature.

 

Siddha herbal remedies is highly regarded in India due to its effective healing properties. The Siddha herbal medicines is the formulation of herbs and minerals by enlightened mystics, the Siddhars. The knowledge and formulation of the Siddha medicines have been passed on for thousands of years, Guru to disciple. This led to the secrecy behind many Siddha medicines. Some of the herbs used by the Siddhas are rare and the formulation requires unique processing techniques.

According to Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, siddha medicine is "much closer to the body’s energy system than Ayurveda is. Ayurveda is more disease-oriented, whereas Siddha is more health-oriented and simply about rejuvenation. So the variety of what is available in Siddha may not be as wide a range as in Ayurveda, because Ayurveda enters every disease. Siddha doesn’t enter the treatment of every disease. It is mainly about strengthening the inner sources of the body and activating the body in a certain way. Siddha is very different in the sense, though there are herbs, it is essentially elemental in nature. It comes more from the yogic science because the fundamental of yogic science is in the cleansing of one’s elements. This is an evolution from the yogic science. Since it is elemental, you are dealing with the fundamental material which makes the body."

The formulation of Siddha medicine is most times complex as the process brings various herbs together in different processing combinations for the desired effect much like oxygen and hydrogen brought together to create water as in alchemy.
We bring you our special Ariven Siddha herbal medicine from our ancient lineage of Siddha Masters with each herbal ingredient carefully analysed for its holistic qualities. We prefer to use wildcrafted herbs- ie, no pesticide or fertilizers.

apalm.jpgOur Siddha Herbal manufacturing is done in an ISO certified unit owned by a family of the Siddha lineage. Each siddha herbal recipe was passed down from the family lineage for thousands of years as recorded on the traditional palm leaf manuscripts. 

 

Now these powerful herbal formulas are available to all! We invite you to experience these one-of-a-kind supplements and enjoy their health promoting properties!

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