“Covid-19 made the world realise the importance of alternative healthcare systems”

Health ministry should be revamped and modern medicine should also be a department under it, says Naresh Mishra, founder of Zyropathy

GN Bureau | August 18, 2021


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It’s a novel form of therapy, it’s based in Ayurveda but is a contemporary version of it. A former Navy officer has developed it, and has helped cure a large number of people. It’s called ‘Zyropathy’. In an email interaction with Governance Now, Naresh Mishra answered a few questions about it.

Tell us a bit about your brainchild, Zyropathy?
I am Commander Naresh Mishra, a retired commissioned officer of the Indian Navy. I took voluntary retirement in 2011 to devote full time to developing Zyropathy. My connection with food supplements goes back to 1991, when the necessity at a personal level gravitated me towards the role of food supplements in eliminating deficiency related ailments in the body. The positive results helped me understand the power of food supplements. By 2007, I had advised more than 10,000 people. I along with my wife, Kamayani, co-authored a book, ‘Healthy Living with Food Supplements’, and are also known for our health magazine, ‘Zyro’. The experience, knowledge and effective results helped me coin the new system of health in the form of Zyropathy, which means ‘Helping Humanity’. Currently operational from Delhi and Bengaluru, we aim to help people understand the root cause of ailments and then treat the reason of illness and not merely control symptoms.

How was your journey from the Navy to entrepreneurship?
It has never been easy but my passion to serve the humanity has always been my priority. I have tried to make life healthy for people through Zyropathy. It was started as a service to the ailing person to reduce pain, agony and sufferings. The encouraging results increased the inquisitiveness for more and more, which turned into a business as numbers increased. And now it has become a responsibility. In the initial days we faced certain challenges as people had certain apprehensions since Zyropathy was new to them.

Why do you call it 'Zyropathy' if it is based on Ayurveda? Is there anything more to it apart from Ayurveda?

It is a natural healing system wherein we believe that the body is made of food and therefore only food has the ability to repair it. Secondly, we also believe that the repairing agent within the body is the immune system. So, if the immunity is strong and all the ingredients are present, then the body has the ability to repair itself naturally. For repairing we use two types of products, food supplements and ‘Zyro Naturals’. Through food supplements we fulfil the deficiency related to vitamins, minerals and proteins and through Zyro Naturals, which are made from plant extracts, the immune system is strengthened and ailments are repaired. It is a contemporary form of Ayurveda. Ayurveda helps cure illnesses related to Vaat, Pitta and Kaf whereas most of the prevailing ailments today do not fall in this category. Zyropathy covers all four aspects of human health - Promotive, Preventive, Curative and Rehabilitative and hence provides long-lasting solution in lifestyle ailments without any side effects. The USP of Zyropathy is that it is a complete wellness solution provider.

How do you think Zyropathy can help people better during this pandemic?
The creator made the immune system for protecting the body from external aggression and internal disorders. Therefore, strong sustained immunity is the answer to any external infection. It is a known fact that the vaccine which is being claimed to be the saviour of the human race in the current pandemic also requires strong immunity for its effectiveness. Zyropathy has successfully provided preventive, curative and rehabilitative support to thousands of people across the globe in the current pandemic situation. Unlike vaccines, Zyropathy supports everyone from a newborn to an elderly person.

How is your approach to treatment different from the modern medical way?
In the modern medicine system diagnosis has taken a backseat. Now, the diagnosis is not analytical but it is more dependent on technological parameters. In the virtual sense machines are on the verge of replacing doctors. The time is not far when the diagnosis will be done in diagnostic labs and medicines for symptomatic control will be advised by the pharmacist. The doctors will have no role in the treatment. I have seen cases where the patient reports a suffering but if the reports do not exhibit any irregularity then the individual is referred to a psychiatrist for treatment, which is grossly incorrect. In Zyropathy, we pay full heed to the suffering/complaint of the patient and do the analysis of the problem based on progressive symptomatic changes to reach the root cause of the suffering. Secondly, Zyropathy eliminates the root cause of the ailment without any side effects and thus provides permanent relief provided rehabilitative advice is adhered to. The major difference is that the modern medicine system only controls symptoms and as side effects adds on another ailment, whereas Zyropathy eliminates root cause without any side effects and eliminates other minor health issues too.

How do you think the government can help the preventive healthcare system?
I think the awareness of individuals and society has led to the purchase of more than Rs 15,000 crore worth of vitamin supplements and other immunity boosters in January 2020-May 2021, as stated by the All India Organization of Chemists and Druggists (AIOCD). Although the government has set up the AYUSH ministry, its role in healthcare is still very minimal. The health ministry continues to hold power and authority. It should be the other way around. The health ministry should be revamped and modern medicine should also be a department within it similar to Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Homeopathy and Zyropathy.

What do you think Covid-19 has made the world realise about healthcare?
Covid-19 has made the world realise the importance of the alternative healthcare systems. People are turning their attention towards natural healing and realising the importance of herb-based healing which does not treat the disease but works on the root cause and helps in eradicating the disease completely. The awareness about the immune system is on the rise. Everyone is aware that only sustained higher immunity can save us from Covid-19. One of the reasons behind the low mortality rate of Covid-19 in India is the increasing usage of food supplements and other immune boosters.
 

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