Banana Fry adulterated with paint in Kottayam | Saraswathy Vidyanikethan School part 1 of 12

This was a class conducted by Saraswathy Vidyanikethan group of schools on 24th August 2013.

In the first part of this video Mohanan Vaidyar introduces himself. In the early stage of his life he was not a Vaidyan (medical practitioner). His profession was of an engineer and was settled in Mumbai. His father and his grandmother used to practice nattuvaidyam (folk medicine). So when he came back to Kerala he changed his identity to a Vaidyan as he was so much interested in continuing his father’s and grandmother’s tradition and thus became a traditional medic.

When he entered into medical field, he realized the truth about ayurvedic medicines. He realized why ayurvedic medicines are not effective as it was in the earlier times. He found that no treatment is needed for humanity to recover from these deadly diseases either it is Allopathy, Homeopathy, Ayurveda or Siddha. Thus he is taking classes all over Kerala for more than 10 years to spread the truth about their own body.

Major threat common people facing today is the adulteration in food and food items. The fact is that there is no law to punish the people who make adulterated items. Always the one who sells that item is punished, says Mohanan Vaidyar. He was sharing an incident that happened in Kottayam. A person who sells banana fry in the food path was caught by media and authorities for adulterating banana fry by adding a colour that is really bad for health. Do you know from where that person got that colour?; obviously from a shop. So how come that colour came to shop; of course from the maker or from a company that produces colour. Someone produced that colour and got the license to sell that product through a shop and a poor man bought it and was caught. Actually who is the real culprit?