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siddha

Ayurvedic medicine
A permutation of ayurvedic medicine from the Tamil culture of southern India and Sri Lanka; many of the siddha remedies are basic elements—e.g., copper, gold, mercury, sulphur.
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He said there are about 400 registered practitioners of AYUSH, except Sidha medicine, in the UAE after the Ministry of Health and Prevention approved those medical systems under Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Department in 2003.
It further divides quacks amongst three basic categories- quacks with no qualification whatsoever, secondly, practitioners of Indian Medicine (Ayurvedic, Sidha, Tibb, Unani), Homeopathy, Naturopathy, commonly called Ayush, who are not qualified to practice modern medicine (allopathy) but are practicing modern medicine, and lastly, practitioners of so-called integrated medicine, alternative system of medicine, electro-homeopathy, indo-allopathy etc terms which do not exist in any Act.
At present the Company is engaged in the testing of Drugs, Pharmaceuticals, Ayurveda & Sidha Chemicals, Cosmetics, Food & Food products, Oil & Oil Cakes, Poultry Feed, Water, Waste Water, Air Pollution, Noise Monitoring, Building Materials and Material testing etc.
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Besides the comparatively newer practices of allopathic and homeopathic medicines, traditional medicinal practices include Ayurvedic, Unani and the Sidha systems of medicine.
The Indian sub-continent has a long history of traditional medicinal systems among which the known major systems are Ayurvedic, Unani and the Sidha system.
News producer at Sunrise Seema Sidha, 31, described Mrs Aulakh as a "very happy person" who worked as a receptionist for the station.
Shocked Seema Sidha, 31, had left the offices of Sunrise Radio with Geeta and walked part of the way home with her.
Ramachandran, Formerly Head of the Department of Biostatistics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, Drs Sunil Kumar and Sidha Raju, Senior Medical Officers, Community Health Centre, Rangat, Middle Andaman and the technical staff of the Leptospirosis Laboratory, National Leptospirosis Reference Centre, (RMRC, ICMR), Port Blair.
Ethnomedicinal folklore in the Himalayas has richly contributed to Amchi, Sidha, Unani, and Ayurveda--the indigenous systems of medicine as well as to modern medicine.
El primero corresponderia al largo periodo anterior a la colonizacion de los ingleses, en el cual existe una pluralidad en el uso de sistemas medicos entre los cuales se destacan principalmente los sistemas ayurvedico, unani (12) y sidha (13).