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Artemisia - A Dengue Free Life

Artemisia plant belongs to the daisy family Asteraceae. It is an enormous,distinct genus of plants with...

Diabetes - How to live with Diabetes

Diabetes will be the world’s seventh largest killer by 2030 unless intense and focused efforts are made by governments..


"Unless we put medical freedom into the Constitution the time will come when medicine will organize itself into an undercover dictatorship."
- Benjamin Rush

India spends only 4 percent of its GDP on its healthcare which is quite low as compared to any other emerging nation or developed countries. China spends 9.9%, South Africa 9.1, USA and Canada more than 17%. While the Government of India aims to spend an estimated Rs 1.6 trillion (US$ 24.03 billion) over the next four years, it’s also time for socially committed organizations to step up and increase their efforts to share the burden.

IIP Foundation is proud to have undertaken many steps to help the underprivileged sections of the society get access to basic healthcare. Some of the initiatives taken by IIP Foundation include:


IIP Foundation is carrying out a unique campaign to check the spread of mosquito borne diseases like Dengue, Malaria, Chikungunya & Zika Virus the natural way with Artemisia plant. Artemisia Vulgaris Annua (Damnak ka paudha) has so many unique qualities, that it can be rightly termed as the Sanjeevani against mosquitoes.

Artemisia has double the oil than any other plant in its category. When a mosquito sucks the juice of Artemisia plant, it becomes ineffective to spread diseases. It cannot breed nor can it spread any diseases. What’s more, Artemisia emits a powerful fragrance which helps in purifying the air we breathe. The effectiveness of Artemisia has been verified by top research organisations like Pusa Research Institute and global universities like University of California and University of Washington among others.

IIP Foundation has taken upon itself to distribute Artemisia plant to every home, hospital, schools, offices and institutions.

KEEPING DIABETES IN CHECK WITH GRASS - Genetic Risk Assessment Scoring System

Diabetes will be the world’s seventh largest killer by 2030 unless intense and focused efforts are made by governments, communities and individuals. Incidence of Diabetes is increasing, yet most cases of Diabetes are preventable with healthy lifestyle changes and even reversed. Staying active, maintaining an optimum weight and eating a balanced diet can help postpone or prevent type 2 Diabetes.

GRASS is a new valuable scoring tool that provides the best prognostic reports of a person’s Susceptibility, Risk of developing Diabetes, and the Age at which they may get it. It also suggests the life style modifications, and unique kitchen spices, by which they can postpone or prevent Diabetes.