What you need to know about Siddha therapy?
‘Siddha’ means an achievement.
The practitioners of ‘Siddha’ therapy are called the ‘Siddhars’, expected to attain the physical and spiritual excellence to be able to treat people. Siddha developed in South India, contemporary to similar medicine systems like Unani and Ayurveda, based on similar principles.
Siddha envisions the human body as a balanced constitution of elements: earth (MUNN), fire (THEE), water (NEER), air (VAYU), and space (AKASAM) and attributes Vata, Pitta, and Kapha (Doshas). Any imbalance among these results in disease and affliction and Siddha system medicine attempts to correct and restore the aforementioned balance.
Siddha Medicines are formulated using a variety of herbs, metals, and minerals, through knowledge and experience developed over centuries of ancient wisdom and practice. All Siddha medicines are natural and do not produce any side effects.