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We Sovijan Products was established in the year 1925 by SHERMAN P.S. Kuppuswamy Chettiar ( Late ) and Dr. K. Krishnamoorthy RIMP ( Late )toke in-charge of this company and by the year 2007 Dr. K. Sathiya Narayanan became the proprietor of this company. After this Sovijan products had a new flourishing phase such as the increase in the product range, improvement in the infrastructure of the company, implementation of modern techniques and increase in the market coverage, and so on...

Sovijan products is now holding a GMP certificate, ISO certificate, Trade Mark registration and holds an IE code, also along with a Manufacturing license issued by Tamil Nadu Government. Our product ranges consist of the following Twelve sections such as CHOORNAM, KUDINEER CHOORNAM, KASHYAM, LEGIYAM, PARPAM/CHENDURAM, MATHIRAI, MEZHUGU, PURA MARUNTHUGAL, THEENEER, SHARBATH/MANAPAGU, THAILAM, AND CAPSULES.

Sovijan Products is committed to serve the whole society in the most effective,ancient method with the help of modern technique.The modern technique adopted here are strictly monitered in a way,that the ancient concepts are not distributed.No shortcut methods are encouraged to reducethe production cost or to reduce the MRP. All the way to strengthen our quality,this company is certified by GMP. the quality of our end product is achived by our strict adherence to control measures, right from procurement of raw material, processing, and ensuring the herbs to be medicine ready. Before preparing any medicines proper de-toxifications process "Suddhi" is done for necessary ingridients. The company strongly believes that " QUALITY IS THE WORLD'S BEST ADVERTISEMENT "

According to the Siddha System, the individual is a microcosm of the Universe. The human body consist of the five primordial elements - Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space. The three humours - Vatha, Pitta, Kapha and 7 Physical constituents. Food is the basic building material of the Human body and gets processed into Humours, Tissues and Wastes. The equilibrium of humours is considered as health and its disturbance or imbalance leads to a diseased state. When Saint Agathiyar explains about NADI sastra in an ancient text AGATHIYAR 2000 he quotes that

In order to identify any diseases and its causes, a scientific method is required. In Siddha medicine system, the method of diagnosis is quite unique and is entirely based on the 'Clinical acumen' of the physician. The physician examines the tongue, complexion, speech, eyes, and palpatory findings in a patient. This is followed by the examination of the urine and stool also. The diagnosis is also confirmed by the 'Pulse Diagnosis'.

These are known as the 'Eight Tools of Diagnosis'. These tools not only enable the physician the diagnose the anomaly but also help to discover the prospects and restoration of health. It should be noted that pulse diagnosis was distinctive in Siddha medicine and was later used in other medicine systems. The pulse is examined from the right hand of the males and left hand of the females.

Treatment consists of three distinct categories :
  1. Deva Maruthuvam - Divine method
  2. Maanida Maruthuvam - Rational method
  3. Asura Maruthuvam - Surgical method
Drug used by siddhars can be classified into three groups :
  1. Miracle Medicines
  2. Sophisticated Medicines
  3. Common Medicines

Miracle medicines are becoming rare and should be learnt directly from the masters who have undergone all forms of initiation and hazards of apprenticeship and have reached perfection in all respects. Sophisticated medicines may be scientifically prepared and used by the well trained physicians without much risk. Common medicines are most simple and cheap ones which were in wide use till the beginning of the 20th century and are still in use in remote rural areas of our company.

Drug used by siddhars can be classified into three groups :
  1. Thaavaram - Herbal products
  2. Thaathu - Inorganic substance
  3. Jeevavargam - Animal products
  • Siddha understands health as a reflection of a man living in harmony with nature and disease arises when this harmony gets disturbed. In the ancient times, rishis and sages believed in Siddha herbs as the solution to cure a number of health problems and sickness.
  • Siddha Medicines are mostly formulated using a mix of a herbs and other plants, including oils and common spices. By combining several kinds of plants and herbs to get benefit of the drug or therapeutic value, Siddha has proven itself capable of overcoming various health problems that occurs in the human body. Today, Siddha is being widely used in modern medicine systems. This was triggered by a number of research conducted by scientific research and has proved how effective and positive the role of plants or herbs can be on human health.
  • Siddha treatment is also called as " Holistic Healing".The siddha medicines are mainly derived from plants, herbs and minerals followed by a well balanced diet, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle. Unlike other methods of treatments, the Siddha treatments are targeted toward specific health problems. The treatments are specifically designed considering a human being's physical, emotional and social well being by balancing between all three of these elements.
  • The aim of treatment if to cleanse your body of undigested food, which can stay in your body and lead to various diseases in future. Siddha practitioner might suggest therapies like blood purification which includes massages with medical oils, herbs, and enemas or laxatives.
  • We at Sovijan Products dedicated in the Quality assurance and Quality control of Ayush formulations starting from procurement, purification, production andpacking till dispatch of the products through a committed team of Quality assurance, Quality control and R&D personals.
  • Quality Assurance is a wide - ranging concept, which covers all matters, which individually or collectively influence the quality of a product. It is the sum total of the organised arrangement made with the objective of ensuring that medicinal products are of the quality required for their intended use.
  • Quality Control is that part of Good Manufacturing Practice which is concerned with sampling, specification and testing, and with the organisation, documentation and release procedures which ensure that the necessary and relevant tests are actually carried out and that the materials are not released for use, nor products released for sale or supply, until their quality has been judged to be satisfactory.