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siddha

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sidha

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(Hinduism) (in Hinduism) a person who has achieved perfection; a saint
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For thousands of years, the medicinal and clinical properties rinsed out of Bermuda grass have been used in Ayurveda and Sidha Medicine," said Acharya Balkrishan of the Haridwar-based Patanjali Ayurvedic.
The conference is organised by the Science India Forum in the UAE, a voluntary organisation for propagation of science among the masses with the support of the Indian Ministry of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Sidha and Homeopathy).
Rajagopalan, "Toxicity studies of Sidha medicine--Rasagandhi Mezhugu," The Open Toxicology Journal, vol.
Kevork Hopayian, Fujian Song, Ricardo Riera, Sidha Sambandan.
Longo est egalement l'auteur d'une synthese sur le droit funeraire proposee a l'occasion d'un expose prononce lors de la XX session de la SIDHA cf.
This stands for Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Sidha, and Homoeopathy.
Corroborating the census findings, the IMA says on its website that quacks are increasing in the country, both in urban and rural areas, and an estimated 10 lakh quacks are practicing allopathic medicine, out of which four lakh belong to practitioners of Indian Medicine (Ayurvedic, Sidha, Tibb and Unani).
In Ayurveda and Sidha system of medicine (Indian system of medicine) Neem (Azadirachta indica) has been used for scabies (Charles and Charles, 1992).
O This wellness and recreational club would be akin to a spa based on traditional Indian medicine and alternative therapy such as Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Sidha, homeopathy, naturopathy, detox among others.
Rabat - SM le Roi Mohammed VI a adresse un message de condoleances aux membres de la famille de feu Cheikh Ahmed Sidha.