Popularly known as Vaidya Narayana Murthy, from a small village called Narasipura which is around 50 km from Shimoga, Karnataka, India, excels in helping thousands of patients ailing from different diseases, from kidney stones to heart diseases to different kinds of cancers.
Murthy, a 60 years old farmer, carries the age-old tradition of Ayurvedic treatment with the help of some NGOs. Every Sundays and Thursdays people from various parts of Southern India start to queue up in front of his house early in the morning. With the help from his family and aides, Murthy serves his patients. On these days, he treats around 600 to 700 patients troubled by different diseases.
Murthy listens intently for a minute or two before disposing medicines for 15 to 30 days depending on the ailment, free of charge. The source of his medicines is primarily from different kinds of plants and herbs which he personally collects from forest during particulars days of the week (woody stems, roots, and barks). The patient needs to take these medicines with specific dietary instructions. Sometimes Murthy asks for certain lab reports if the patient has them. Narayana Murthy is the last ray of hope for many terminally ill patients suffering from cancer, heart diseases, and respiratory problems. It is not mandatory for the patient to come to collect the medicine as relatives or friends can also collect the medicine fortnightly or monthly with lab reports or signs and symptoms of the illness.
Murthy’s expertise in treating cancer, kidney stones, and heart block has left everyone astonished. Just a day’s worth of prescription gives unbelievable results for heart blocks and kidney stones.
His treatment for certain kinds of cancer has yielded excellent results. These patients need to take 6-8 months of treatment, but certainly has been very effective.
It has been more than 25 years since Murthy started serving the people and he never expects anything in return or sought any attention or publicity.
In the age of globalization and the allopathic mode of treatment for every disease, somone taking up the task of helping thousands of people without any expectation is highly commendable. For diseases like cancer and coronary artery disease, the comman man cannot afford to have good treatment due to lack of healthcare insurance availability.
Murthy is no longer accepting phone calls but no prior appointment or any sort of contact is required to see him. Treatment is absolutely free and service is provided on first-come-first-serve basis starting early morning from 7am every Sundays and Thursdays.