Heal The Heels of India has now facilitated free distribution of over 14,000 tubes of our highly effective and emollient natural Ayurvedic cream in six Indian States; namely, Maharashtra, Kannataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Punjab.
Significant progress has been made in the past couple of months to secure additional affiliations in many other parts of India.
To date, distribution for our healing cream is being carried out through the kind assistance and support of a growing network of NGO’s and Ayurvedic organizations and institutions. These organizations regularly carry out health and healing clinics, services and outreaches to people in rural and tribal Indian villages. These NGO’s, organizations and institutions and the geographic areas in India where they provide health and healing services, are as follows:
SOMAJAIB KRUPA ASHRAM, GUDDELLA, ANDRHA PRADESH
The cream is occasionally distributed at this Ashram during meditation programs conducted by Sant Ram Singh Ji and it is distributed at periodic health camps in Rural villages in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Rajasthan and Punjab.
BHARATIYA SANSKRITI DARSHAN TRUST (BSDT), WAGHOLI (PUNE)
BSDT is a highly respected, multifaceted Ayurvedic Medical complex with an Ayurvedic Hospital, a state of the art Panchakarma Treatment Center, an Ayurvedic College and a comprehensive Cancer Treatment and Research Center. BSDT periodically conducts health and healing and cancer camps in rural villages, mainly in Maharashtra.
(If you search Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan Trust on the internet, you will discover several other links for this Medical Center.)
WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT IN INDIAN VILLAGES (WEIV), BIHAR
WEIV is a long standing NGO that operates several health and healing clinics for women in rural villages in Bihar .
They distribute the cream to women in these villages in Bihar State.
This is a natural Ayurvedic Healing Village in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
They distribute the cream in Tamil Nadu villages.
This is Ayurvedic NGO operated through the Vaidyagrama organization providing health and healing services to villages in Tamil Nadu.
FOUNDATION OF ANCIENT AYURVEDA AND INDIAN TRADITIONAL HEALINGS (FAAITH), BANGALORE
This Ayurvedic Medical Center and NGO provides Ayurvedic health and healing services to Tribal villages located in the BR Hills in the border regions of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu
Dr Sardeshmukh, the Director of the Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan Trust in Wagholi, Pune, India, and two of our senior doctors, arranged for me to talk about our Heal the Heels of India project to people from the Ayurvedic college here. The attendees included the Principal, professors and students from the college, and others who work at the local hospital, including the Superintendent and some of the doctors and staff. Doctors from the Panchakarma Center also attended.
The meeting went very well!
As a result of this talk, the Principal of the college and our senior doctors have agreed to initiate a methodical research study using our Ayurvedic cream in their hospitals here and in the villages where students are sent twice a year, as part of the National Student Service program (NSS).
The doctors will also research the efficacy of the cream in treating other skin-related problems as we believe the cream may have healing benefits for conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
They also plan to make other colleges and institutions in India aware of our project, to help to expand the cream’s usage in the NSS program elsewhere as well. Further, they will help us connect with the district managers in different parts of India, so that our cream can be used to compliment national government health initiatives in the Tribal Village areas.
We are very appreciative for all of the support we are receiving to help move this project forward. Below is a video of the talk.
During the months of December, January and February, Dr. Willo-Jordan Walker and Michael Weiner will be in India traveling in the States of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
Dr. Walker and Michael will be visiting a wide variety of diverse public and private Ayurvedic and allopathic Medical hospitals and centers, health and healing NGOs and community centers, and spiritual communities in these states with the goal of working to personally expand the awareness of and support for the Heal the Heels of India project. Continue reading