Amma Magaperu Sanjeevi scheme launched
Chief Minister Jayalalithaa launched ‘Amma Magaperu Sanjeevi,’ a Rs 10 crore scheme, which will have a bouquet of 11 Siddha medicines for pregnant women and newborn. She gave the kit to five pregnant women at the Secretariat. She also launched MRI scan facility at Egmore Children’s Hospital at a cost of Rs. 5.05 crore.
what are Siddha medicines?
These drugs are for countering complaints such as nausea, iron and vitamin deficiency, abdomen and hip joint pain. This kit was prepared based on an earlier study conducted by a former director of Indian medicine and homoeopathy, Chennai. Due to the promising result of normal and healthy delivery, this was implemented. The medicines in the kit are tested successfully in Tamil Nadu for the last 10 years.
The widely accepted dengue fighter, ‘Nilavembu Kudineer’ has been proved that it cures fever in a comprehensive way through its healing effects of temperature regulation, inflammation control and body pain relief. Synergistic action of this herbal combination relieves all types of fever irrespective of the type of causative organism. It exhibits potent antiviral activity against viruses causing dengue and chikungunya fever. It is also effective in curing fevers caused by infective organism such as typhoid and malaria.