BASARSwitching on to an overwhelming initiative
The rich tradition of Thangal family is moving into a new domain with the sole aim of reaching out to people with the idea of transparent and safe generation and distribution of medicines by inhaling the needs and changes of the new age and life. Let us find refuge in the medical treatments of Panakkadu which surpasses the boundaries of knowledge acquired as blessings and merits to a greater cause of wellness for everyone.
- To manufacture unadulterated ayurvedic medicines
- A perfect blending of traditional and the contemporary medical systems
- To promote Awareness about preservation of native herbs
A medical manufacture initiative where the virtues of Ayurveda meet the blessings of Tradition.Know Ayurveda, through the pages of History.
Ayurveda is the knowledge for long life, which stays the adjacent to life and soul. It is not about the longevity of life, but about how it qualitatively emits the colour and odor of faith and the intricacies of mental conditions along with the line of life (ayurekha) which is of utmost importance for the practitioners of Ayurveda.
Ayurveda aims at the organic growth of both the internal as well as the external elements of the body. In human beings, it has always been a major problem that the expansion of the outer self leads to the diminution of the inner self and the same way, the intensification of the inner self leads to the reduction of the outer self.However, the Ayurvedic medical science maintains the equilibrium of the rasas of the body and mind. Though the earliest roots of Ayurveda can be traced in India, particularly Kerala, the tradition has its kinship with many other places too.
Ayurvedic traditions of Kerala and Arabia, a spectacular kinship.Arabian Ayurveda
Arabian Ayurveda is one among this tradition. Historians affirm the origin of this doctrine to a time even before the era of prophet Suleiman. It was during the time of Prophet Muhammed that Arabian Ayurveda reached its zenith as the prophet’s expertise of the diseases and medication gained popularity through the Hadeezes. The Arabians were well aware of the basics of the medication, which included Ginger(Zingiber officinale Rosc ), Red Karpoora(Cinnamomum camphora), Black Jeera (Vernonia anthelmintica), Asvagandha (Wilthania somnifera), Pepper ( Piper negrum Linn) and Akhil which is also followed by the Keralite Ayurvedic practitioners. They were predominantly the disciples of the prophet Ahlu Baiths. The people who once immigrated from the Arabian lands like Shaharmuhalla, Suhar and Oman had direct acquaintance with Arabic Ayurveda.