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Everyone is now realised that food is a medicine beyond nutrition when taken in a right way. The present day generation is fully devoid of right food and completely dependent upon medicines for health. Like Subhamastu (greeting ones for well-being), we at Aarogyamastu aims to provide good food for good health.

Our ancient food grains like millets, desi varieties of rice, wood pressed oils, ghees made from curd, purest forms of honey etc., are just a few, which can easily bring back our health. We provide support for all kinds of health issues in the form of protocols as suggested by PadmaShri Dr. Khadar Vali.

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Take millets and Desi rice as your main diet

Switch your main diet from white rice & wheat to millets & desi rice. Those foods in which carbohydrate to fiber ratio is below 10 are have shown medicinal properties, in Millets  and unpolished Desi rice ratio varies between 5.5 and 8.8.


Consume Kashaya instead of milk, tea & coffee

Stop taking milk, tea and coffee which could cause hormonal imbalance to you. Instead take kashayas (decoctions) with the locally available herbal leaves. Instead of Sugar use palm jaggery.

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Walk an hour every day

Start practising Yoga or simple walking, minimum for an hour when the Sun is Orange (Morning or Evening). At office, keep 30 min breaks in between.


Live in gratitude

Practice living in gratitude for all the things that you got from Nature and God. Be kind enough to other species on this planet, then health and happiness will be a natural consequence.


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Frequently Asked Questions on Millets & Protocols

You have to call to the numbers availalbe on our site only on the last Sunday of even month to get appointment. They will give you a date within any date in the next 2 months. You should visit the clinic at Mysore personally with your own expenses. Details are availalble here.

No. Dr Khadar Vali do not meet patients online. You need to meet him in person at his residence after taking appointment only.

Aarogyamastu is just an organisation to help the patients to give suggestions based on Dr. Khadar’s protocols. We also share useful information regarding health. We do not have any access to recommend for appointments.

According to Dr. Khadar, you need to prepare Kashayas only with fresh leaves as suggested in the protocols. If you have no access to the leaves, you try with the whatever available. Atleast you should start taking millets.

We are sorry. Every patient is equal to Dr. Khadar. You cannot meet him in emergency. Instead, message us to get the protocol to be followed and quickly start giving the millet based foods and kashayas. Many people have cured in this way.

Ideally, you should follow the protocol for minimum of  6 – 9 weeks for best results.

You should avoid taking non-veg foods of all kinds. They are actual cause for your ill health condition.

Please see that ambali should only be prepared with unpolished millets in an earthen pot. Do not use Aluminium or steel vessels to prepare it. In extreme cases, you may cook ambali in steel vessel but should transfer it immediately into an earthen pot and tie with fresh and dry cotton cloth for inititating fermentation.

Millets have a complex combination of fiber and carbohydrates. They does not cause indigestion if it is prepared correctly. Please see whether you are soaking it for a minimum of 6-8 hours before cooking. Do not cook millets in a pressure cooker. In the initial days, you may feel some indigestion. But slowly your body will get adjusted to it.

Dr. Khadar is not a money oriented person. He takes very minimum amount for only homeopathic medicines that is suffificient for 2-3 months. He suggests you to follow a protocol as described in his Sirijeevana lifestyle book.

According to Dr. Khadar, you should avoid taking tea and coffee slowly. Instead, you can drink any kashaya. He suggests to avoid taking white sugar.

According to Dr. Khadar, you should immediately start giving the protocol for that type of cancer atleast for 6 weeks. And if the condition is not improved, you may take decision accordingly. But in majority of cases, it will get solved. This applies to all types of cancers.

Refined oils are the major causes for your ill health. You should immediately start taking wood pressed / cold pressed oils only. You can buy 100% pure wood pressed oils from any of our sellers. Also you should take only unpolished millets. Polished millets are not useful.

Millets are not costly with the advantage it give you and your family. Instead of spending lakhs of rupees for your medicines, you should spend a very marginal amount for buying millets. As our sellers direclty buy from the farmers, more than 80% of the money paid by you will go to the villages. Same is the case for wood pressed oils. One spoon of wood pressed oil is equivalent to 3 spoons of refined oil. Oils should be thicker. One cup of millet rice, is enough for 3 people. So, millets are cheaper than you think.

Millets are very easy to cook. You can make number of tasty recipes with millets similar to any rice item. You can freely download the recipe book – Paka Siri here.

Do not compromise millets for less cost. Always buy from a genuine supplier or seller. We at Aarogyamastu, list those sellers who has best track record in supplying organic and unpolished millets. You can buy from us here.

Yes. We are always open to support our customers in suggesting a suitable protocol for their health. We won’t charge anything for this service. You should leave us a Whatsapp message at +91-6354880110. We will surely respond at the earliest. You do not have any obligation to buy the products from us to get our suggestions. 

Jowar, Ragi and Bajra are neutral millets. They do not cause any harm and at the same time, they won’t cure the disease. You can always give them to the patient in addition to the 5 siridhanya (little, kodo, barnyard, browntop and foxtail). You should give as per the protocol.

No. Protocol is not a diet plan. It is a suggestion to change your lifestyle. Instead of rice and wheat, protocol is designed to include 5 siridhanya (millets) in some combination along with kashayas and oils.

Dr. Khadar will not respond to calls and messages. He is busy in meetings and taking consultations of patients. Please do not disturb him. Let him serve the nation. If you have any queries, you may always whatsapp us at +91-6354880110. Kindly do not call.

You should continue taking medicines along with the protocol suggested. After 3-5 weeks, go for test and when your doctor says, you can take decision accordingly.

In this cae, you should start taking protocol which ever is severe. Then automatically other problems will be solved.

No. Kashayas or decoctions or concoctions should always be prepared from fresh leaves. We should take half fistfull of leaves in a 200 ml of water and boil it. Flter it and take. If you have no access to the leaves mentoned in the protocol, take whichever is there. Or else just follow millet diet.

You should avoid taking rice and wheat. However, with the suggestion you may take Desi rice organically grown once in a while.

Soak the vegetables in tamarind water for 30 minutes before cooking. It resolves the pesticides and chemicals present on it.

If you had stopped the millet protocol for more than 2 weeks, start again from day 1.

Intermittent fasting is not suggested. Instead, fast once in 15 days. Your body will try to correct itself.

Non-stick pans have tefflon coating, which is cancerous. Aluminium vessles should be discarded for all purposes. They get mixed in the curries. Also, do not use Aluminium foils for wrapping foods.

Millets are traditional grains, grown and eaten in in the indian subcontinent for at least the past 5000 years. They are rain-fed, hardy grains which have low requirements of water and fertility when compared to other popular cereals. Millets can be split into two broad categories: Naked grains and Husked grains. “Naked grains” are the three popular millets (Ragi, Jowar and Bajra) which don’t have a hard, undigestable husk. These millets don’t need to be processed after harvest – they just need to be cleaned and can be used. Because of this reason, they are still popular in our country and are widely cultivated (they are also called major millets because of this reason). “Husked grains” are the other millets, like Foxtail Millet (navane), Little Millet (saame),  Kodo Millet (haarka), Barnyard Millet, Browntop which have an undigestable seed coat. This husk needs to be removed before the grain is fit for human consumption. This used to be done by hand in the centuries past and so was rice. However, the mechanization of the processing of these minor millets did not keep pace with rice and other cereals so they soon became unpopular.

Millets are highly nutritious, rich in fibre and gluten-free, making them easy for the body to absorb. They are rich in a huge spectrum of micronutrients, including calcium, iron, phosphorus, etc. They are slow digesting foods which don’t cause the huge spike in blood sugar which is caused by eating polished rice, therefore, millets help with preventing and controlling diabetes. Click here for the nutrient composition of millets as compared to wheat and rice. Millets should ideally be an integral part of your daily diet. They add variety and balance to your food. They can replace white rice in all your meals. Some people have found enormous benefits, especially in controlling weight and diabetes, by switching completely from a rice and wheat diet to a millet based diet.

Barnyardಊದಲು (Oodhalu)Sanwa – साँवाUdhalu – ఊదరKuthiraivally – குதிரைவாலிShyamaKhira
Prosoಬರಗು (Baragu)Chena – छेनाVariga – బరిగPani Varagu – பனிவரகுCheenaVariChenoBachari bagmu
Kodoಹಾರಕ (Haarka)Kodon – कोडोंArikelu – ఆరికVaragu – வரகுKodoKodraKodraKodua
Littleಸಾಮೆ (Same)Kutki – कुटकिSamalu – సామSamai – சாமைSamaSavaGajroSuan
Sorghumಜೋಳ (Jola)Jowari – जोवारिJonna – జొన్నCholam – சோளம்JowarJawariJowariJuara
Pearlಸಜ್ಜೆ (Sajje)Bajra – बजराSajja – సజ్జKanbu – கம்புJowarBajriBajriBajra
Fingerರಾಗಿ (Ragi)Ragi – रागिRagulu – రాగిKeppai – கேழ்வரகுMarwaNachniNagliMandia
Foxtailನವಣೆ (Navane)Kakum – काकुनKorra – కొర్రTenai – தினைKaonRalaKangKanghu

The green revolution was a landmark initiative to rehaul the agricultural practices of our country. It was launched in response to the multiple famines in the 1950s and 1960s so as to make the country self sufficient with respect to food production. The took a “package” approach – using hybrid variety seeds which have higher yield, adding fertilizers to deal with the additional requirement of this crop, using pesticides and other additives since these hybrid varieties had no defense against local pests and diseases & building dams, supplying electricity, installing borewells and other methods of making sure the crops have sufficient water. There picked two cereals as the main force of change: Paddy Rice (Oryza Sativa) and wheat (Triticum aestivum). These two grains were made available to farmers and subsidized heavily to get more farmers to grow these (The whole package was subsidized: fertilizers, pesticides, electricity, etc) These initiatives worked remarkably well in making our country produce more food (we produce more than we use now), so well that farmers everywhere switched to growing rice and wheat instead of traditional, hardy cereals like millets. Only the most remote villages and tribes kept to their traditional methods of growing millets and other hardy crops.

With climate change on our minds and rainfall becoming more and more unpredictable, millets are turning out to be one of the most important grains for the whole world. Being rain-fed crops, Millets put minimal stress on our delicate, already overloaded water systems. Growing millets does not necessitate construction of expensive & ecologically disruptive dams and irrigation systems. They can survive on soil where rice and wheat cannot grow, even slightly saline and acidic soils, so they can grow well without fertilizers and other soil enhancing chemicals. Also, millets are not susceptible to pests and do not need spraying of pesticides. Millets strengthen food security since they are less likely to fail than other cereal crops.

Millets are easy crops to grow & are called the “Lazy man’s crop” because of how less effort is needed to grow them. In fact, many millets grow as weeds in other crops. All you need to do is to broadcast the seeds in the farm and you will have a harvest after 3 months. They just need 2-3 timely rains and will yield a good harvest. Most millets are grown as Kharif crops, i.e. they are sown at the beginning of summer rains. In areas that receive good rainfall, many of the millets are grown as a rabi crop i.e. they are sown in winter and harvested in spring.

Grains which grow in harsh conditions store a lot of varied nutrients in their seeds. This is perhaps a symptom of evolutionary pressure – better prepared seeds will survive and thrive and less prepared species will die out. The same benefit is passed on to us as well when we consume it. However, nowadays, the rice and wheat which we eat are hybrid varieties which have been selected for predictable growth and high yield. By nature, they do not store much nutrients in their seeds. In the same vein, plants which grow on a flourishing rich soil alive with microactivity will get a varied diet to grow on when compared to the plants which grow via hydroponics or soils fed on a steady stream of homogenous fertilisers. This kind of mono-diet for our plants and therefore, our diet, leads to diseases like vitamin deficiency and mineral deficiency.

One has to keep in mind an important aspect of cereal grains – almost all the mineral and fatty acids and a good proportion of the fibre content is found in the bran layer. So one needs to make sure that the product you buy is unpolished, whole grain, millet rice, and has suffered minimal bran loss. Polishing millets removes the bran layer leading to major loss of nutrients. But it makes the over-all processing easier and allows for larger scale processing.

Cooking with Millets is very easy & takes around the same time as cooking with other cereals. Checkout this link for millet recipes. You can join us on our Whatsapp community to get more recipes and inspiration.

It is preferable to soak the rice or brokens of millets for 4 to 6 hours before cooking. This is helpful in improving the probiotic qualities of the food. In case one is unable to presoak the rice or grits before cooking, then there will some reduction in the probiotic qualities, it is in no way harmful or has ill effects of the people consuming. When you soak, you need to use less water and also cook for little less time.

If you’re in India, you are lucky. You place your order online at Aarogyamastu.in and get it delivered to you. Check this link for details of our stores. You can get all kinds of millets, millet based products, snacks, wood pressed oils, natural jaggery, chemical free foods and ayurvedic medicines too. All products are 100% authentic and verified before listing at Aarogyamastu. So, just go ahead.

No, Aarogyamastu has no commercial either direct or indirect relation with Dr. Khadar Valli. We are providing this as a service.

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