Hithaushadha Herbal Concepts
Hithaushadha Herbal Concepts found a place for itself in the Kerala Ayurveda map in October 2017 as Ayurvedic Medicinal Manufacturers. Dr. K.P. Chandrasekharan Nair, with immense experience in the field of Ayurveda, exceptional Government service along with being an Educator and sole Practitioner, heads the institution and is ably assisted by his son Dr. G. Krishnadas. Dr. G. Krishnadas is a well-experienced Practitioner with a splendid career history, which associates him with some of the reputed firms in Kerala Ayurveda Industry.The experience and expertise of these men in the field of Ayurveda, along with the rich family tradition of Dr. K.P. Chandrasekharan Nair and his son Dr. G. Krishnadas, virtue of them being members belonging to an Ayurvedic family with a history of around 300 years in the field of Ayurveda treatment and medicinal preparations, has made Hithaushadha a much desired destination.
The products launched by Hithaushadha have already earned an excellent reckoning, with many doctors prescribing the medicines for their patients and recording exemplary results. Patients too have registered their affinity towards these products, because of the quality to provide instant relief without any after effects or side effects.
|Nature of Business||Manufacturer|
|Company CEO||Dr Krishnadas|
|Total Number of Employees||Upto 10 People|
|Year of Establishment||2017|
|Legal Status of Firm||Individual - Proprietor|
|Annual Turnover||Upto Rs. 50 Lakh|
Creating and enhancing the efficiency of Ayurveda as a reliable substitute in both preventive as well as curative aspects, and further underlining the potential of Ayurveda medicines by developing new medicines, particularly addressing the various forms of diseases that are found to be common in present-day society.
To explore new avenues in Ayurveda treatment and medicinal preparation, without wavering from the crux of Ayurveda according to Kerala Tradition, and fulfilling the medical needs of the society, thereby contributing to the progress of overall standards of health and fitness.
About The Company
The simple inspiration behind Hithaushadha is a family tradition of more than 300 years, coupled with the ideas derived from an immense wealth of experience and knowledge gained from modern-day medical practice. In a way, it is continuation of the works of its ancestors in a new form and feature, which caters to the public in the present time. Traditional Ayurvedic families are the heart of Kerala Ayurveda Industry. Hithaushadha belongs to this genre of Kerala Ayurveda stream, and endeavors constantly to live-up to the high standards usually associated with such genre. The strictures and discipline as laid out in the Scriptures and Texts of Kerala Ayurveda tradition are absolutely followed without any leniency or compromise because we believe in genuine Ayurveda practice, and intends to uphold the principles and values of this medical discipline.
Dr. K.P. Chandrashekharan Nair, who is an Ayurveda practitioner of proven skills with a further glowing reputation as a Doctor in Government Service and also as an eminent Teacher in the field of Ayurveda Studies and Academics, along with his wife Dr. Latha who is also an Ayurveda Doctor, initially began an Ayurveda Treatment Center named Gokulam Ayurveda Health Care which still flourishes at Avinissery in Thrissur District. When his son also entered the Ayurveda field and gained experience after working with many reputed Ayurveda firms of Kerala, Hithaushadha was launched as an Ayurveda Pharmaceutical Company. Now, the Company manufactures medicines of its own. The medicinal preparations are based upon the Family’s traditional knowledge in the field coupled with their present day experience in the field of pharmaceutical preparations. Dr. K.P. Chandrasekharan Nair’s son, Dr. G. Krishnadas’ wife is also an Ayurveda Doctor, and together this family leads and guides the firm Hithaushadha.
Ayurveda gained significant presence in Kerala in the 13 th century. The system developed in the Malabar region of Kerala especially along the Coast of Nila River. Families of Practitioners took up Ayurveda as their family profession and occupation, and a strong Kerala tradition in Ayurveda began to flourish.
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The highlight of Kerala tradition is undoubtedly the specialties of Preparatory Stage (Poorva Karma) and After treatment (Paschath Karma) of Panchakarma Treatment. This treatment, according to Kerala tradition is a much sought after and reputed treatment practice. The Kerala tradition also takes into its stride the ethnic treatment practices like Vishachikitsa, Physiotherapeutic methods of the Martial Art form Kalaripayattu, and further enriched and developed them into comprehensive and credible treatment practices.
Ayurveda is considered to have originated as part of Vedic Culture about 3000 or more years ago and gradually developed into a complete system of medicine. Literally, Ayurveda means “Knowledge about longevity of life”. Ayurveda basically revolves around the three principles termed Vata, Pitta and Kapha, as it signifies the three determinants of human medical condition. The aggravation or decline that often happens in the case of Vata, Pitta or Kapha leads to diseases.
“Swasthasya Swasthya Rakshanam Aaturasya Vikara Prasamanam Cha” is a verse in Ayurveda Texts which means to revitalize and preserve the health of the healthy and alleviate the disease of the sick with suitable medicines is what Ayurveda focuses on.
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Instead of applied process of healing, Ayurveda essentially favors a natural process of healing. Hence even though the process may take time, it is found to have no after- effects which is not the case with other medical systems. Ayurveda medicines are mostly herbal in nature. Hence, medicinal applications enhances the general health of the person even while augmenting cure to the affected disease.
The basic attraction and advantage of Ayurveda is its lack of side effects after the treatment period and medicinal administration. Lifestyle diseases has become a curse for modern day society. Due to the increase of junk food culture and air pollution, allergic diseases and conditions of fatty liver and cholesterol etc. has become very common, and Ayurveda treatment and medicinal application was found to produce not just a temporary relief but a permanent relief, and cure without any further complication and effects.
The present day life which is full of stress and strain from professional as well as personal life brings lot of diseases. The Ayurveda ‘Dinacharya’ which means a daily routine, and ‘Rithucharya’ which is a routine as according to climate has thus found increasing relevance in the modern generation. This healthy life culture that Ayurveda instils amongst its patients made people to consider Ayurveda as the medical system they prefer for relief and cure from their complex medical conditions.
Ayurveda has thus become the most preferred medical system of modern times. Even though Ayurveda treatments are time-consuming and medicinal administrations often a bit complex, the end result has been found to be broad, holistic and above all has the benefit of having no after effects.+ Read More