• Dr. shk. Najmuddin Modi - M.Sc. Phd. Retired Professor, Dept of Pharmacology, Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal, M.P., India
    Dr. Idris Modi - Naturopathy and Herbal Specialist - B.Sc. Pharmacy, Sujok Accupressure, Ayurved Ratna
    Dr. Zaid Haque – (MBBS, MPH, MBA, FAAFP, PhD). Head of Chancery of the Republic of Guinea in Malaysia.

    About Us

    1. Conditions we treat :

    To Name a Few Conditions (contact us for those conditions not listed) :

    Acidity Acne Addictions Adenoids
    AIDS Air sickness Alcoholism Allergies
    Alopecia Alzheimer’s Anemia Anxiety
    Arteriosclerosis Arthritis Asthma Atrophy of muscles and nerves
    Backaches Bed wetting Bleeding – nose,eyes,gums Blood pressure (high or low)
    Boils Bronchitis Cancer Cardiac problems
    Carpel Tunnel Syndrome Cervical Spondolytis Chicken Pox Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    Cirrhosis of the liver Colds Colitis Constipation
    Coughs Cramps Cysts De addictions
    Psoriasis Depression Diabetes Dermatitis
    Diarrhoea Dysentery Ear pain Eating disorders
    Epilepsy Eye problems Eczema Fever
    Fibromyalgia Fibroid tumors Fistula Food poisoning
    Gallstones Gangrene Gas Glandular diseases
    Goiter Gout Hair fall Herpes
    Headaches Heartburn Haemorrhoids Hives
    Hypertension Indigestion Infertility Impotence
    Injury Insomnia Irregular periods Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    Irritable Hip Syndrome Jaundice Keloids Kidney Stones
    Laryngitis Leucoderma Liver Complaints Measles
    Menopausal problems Menstrual complaints Migraine Multiple Sclerosis
    Mumps Muscular Dystrophy Myelitis Nail biting
    Neck Tensions Nephritis Neurological Conditions Nutritional deficiencies
    Obesity Osteoporosis Ovarian cysts Pains
    Panic Attacks Parkinson’s Disease Peripheral Neuritis Pharyngitis
    Phobias Piles Pneumonia Polyps
    Postpartum Conditions Post Surgical Care Prolapsed Uterus Prostate Problems
    Pyrexia Reproductive Problems Respiratory Conditions Rheumatism
    Rheumatoid Arthritis Sciatica Sexual Diseases Sinusitis
    Skin diseases Sleep disorders Slip disc Sore throat
    Stomach cramps Stress Strokes Thyroid problems
    Tinnitus Tonsillitis Toxicity Tumors
    Ulcerative Colitis Uremia Urinary infections Uterine Fibroid
    Uterine problems Vaginal Irritation Varicose veins Vertigo
    Vomiting Weight problems White discharge Worms

    India is a country where traditions have existed side by side with modern technological advances. In fact, the character of modern India is firmly rooted in a rich cultural past. This feature is evident in our ancient herbal healing system of Ayurveda and Unani, which continues to provide remedies to our ailments.

    Established 5000 years ago, by the great sages of India, Ayurveda is the oldest and most organized system of herbal healing in the world. Literally, Ayurveda means, “The Science of Life” Indeed, it is not merely a system of healing, but an entire way of life, which aims at helping man live in harmony with nature and also in harmony with himself. Ayurveda has never been more relevant than it is now, in terms of counteracting the degenerative processes, environmental pollution, toxic build-up and mental stress, all of which have become undesirable features of modern life.

    Ayurveda is a holistic system of healing, which aims at activating the body’s natural healing processes. Ayurveda is based on the theory of “Tridosha”, somewhat like the “humours” of the Greeks. The three “doshas” represent combinations of the five elements of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether (or space), giving rise to the three basic constitutions of the human body. The three “doshas” are Vata (a combination of Air and Ether); Pitta (a combination of Fire and Water) and Kapha (a combination of Earth and Water). The three doshas not only determine individual constitution, but our physical form and other attributes, our mental make-up and even individual metabolic processes. Most constitutions, however, result from the combination of two “doshas”, with one being more predominant. All traits and even individual metabolism can be classified under the 3 doshas. However, most of us belong to dual dosha types and have traits of both the doshas, although traits of one dosha may be more prominent.According to Ayurveda, disease is the manifestation of negative influences and imbalances caused by a metabolic disbalance of the doshas.

    Unani system of Medicine owes its origin to Greece. It was the Greek philosopher – Physician Hippocrates (460-377 BC) who freed Medicine from the realm of susperstition and magic, and gave it the status of Science. The theoretical framework of Unani Medicine is based on the teachings of Hippocrates. After a number of other Greek Scholars enriched the system considerably. Of the Galen (131-210 AD) stands out as the one who stabilised its foundation on which Arab physicians like Rhazes (850-925 AD) and Avicenna (980-1037 AD) constructed an imposing edifice. Unani Medicine got enriched by imbibing what was best in the contemporary systems of traditional medicine in Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Persia, India, China and other Middle east and Far east countries.

    Principle of Unani Medicine :The fundamental principle of the unani system recognises that disease is a natural process and symptoms of a disease are body’s reaction to disease. The chief function of the physician is to aid the natural forces of the body. The unani medicine is based on the Humoral theory-which presupposes the presence of four humors. They are Dum (blood), Balgham (phlegm), Safra (yellow bile) and Sauda ( black bile). The body has the power of self preservation to maintain a correct balance of these humors, which is called as Quwwat-e-Mudabbira (Medicatrix natura). Unani medicines help the body to regain this balance.

    The essential constituents and the working principles of the body, according to Unani, can be classified into seven main groups: arkan or elements, comprising earth, water, air and fire as different states of matter and the building blocks of everything in the universe; mizaj (temperament); akhlat (humours); aza (organs); arwah (life, spirits or vital breaths); quva (energy); and af’al (action).

    Each of the four elements has its own special qualities: earth is cold and dry; water is cold and moist; fire is hot and dry; air is hot and moist. The resultant quality of the uniform body is called its mizaj. The temperament of a substance may be a mizaj-e-mutadil (balanced one) or a mizaj-e-ghair-mutadil (imbalanced one).

    Different types and shades of imbalanced temperaments are described in Unani, which believes that at birth every person is endowed with a unique and healthy humoural constitution determining the temperament of an individual.

    Unani also postulates that the body contains a self-preservative power, which strives to restore any disturbance within the limits prescribed by the constitution or state of the individual. The physician merely aims to help and develop rather than supersede or impede the action of this power.

    We are dedicated to the safe, effective use of herbs and other natural products for health promotion and natural healing.For over 10 years, Burhani natural science has been helping to educate the world about herbs. We offer solid science and informed opinion, for free. JOIN us.  If you are interested in treating yourself or others by natural way follow our blog or contact us for free consultancy .We have number of herbal home remedies which can be prepared at home and can treat many diseases.

    BURHANI NATURAL SCIENCE is a trusted and respected name in Indian herbal industry. We are a professionally managed entity. Our head office, manufacturing units, logistics office and numerous regional channel partners are strategically located to cover the span and versatility of the entire Indian sub-continent, USA, Malaysia, Singapore, UAE.

    Under the able guidance and visionary leadership of

    Dr. shk. Najmuddin Modi – M.Sc. Phd. Retired Professor, Dept of Pharmacology, Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal, M.P., India

    Dr. Idris Modi – (Naturopathy and Herbal specialist) Consultancy and treatment.

    Dr. Zahidul Haque – (MBBS, MPH, MBA, FAAFP, PhD). Head of Chancery of the Republic of Guinea in Malaysia – our expert in social welfare, international trade and export.

    We have successfully covered numerous milestones. The scientific legacy of more than hundred years coupled with diversified experiences of renowned researchers, pharmacists, technocrats, hakims & vaidyas (literally mean herbal physicians), marketers and business associates equips us to honour the ever-increasing demands and expectations of our valuable customers.

    Today, our customers enjoy an easy access to numerous high quality herbal products, prepared with genuine & pure herbs; thanks to every single link of strong distribution chain for its sincere co-operation and support to make this happen.