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G.O.A.L. (Global Online Ayurveda Library)

Establish Santhigram institutional library that will serve as a virtual space to share evidence-based resources on Ayurveda and traditional medicine to educate and empower healthcare professionals, consumers, and knowledge enthusiasts.

We are facilitating access to quality content by providing information on authentic Ayurveda-focused resources and developing a modern library infrastructure that meets all the requirements for multidisciplinary research.

Information is a powerful driver of innovation and change. There is ample information on traditional medicines and every aspect of health, but the main problem is in finding, selecting, and using fact-checked, authoritative information to avoid misinformation. The demand for scientific evidence that meets the modern criteria for efficacy, safety, and quality of Ayurvedic interventions and practices is gaining momentum. There is a lack of information exchange on Ayurvedic knowledge around the globe, and libraries can play a pivotal role. The goal is to design and develop a transdisciplinary library on Ayurveda and traditional medicine that has a unique collection of historical, traditional, and scientific sources of evidence and showcases the modern scientific advances in traditional medicine for people-centered health care. The library will have a comprehensive collection of scholarly peer-reviewed articles, books, and popular non-technical content to meet the information needs of a diverse user community. The library is being designed to engage and disseminate information about self-health and patient-centered care.

The Global Prakriti Project

“Global Prakriti Project (GPP) is an ambitious research effort to identify, map and classify the Human Population based on “Prakriti Assessment” to decode Ayurveda’s philosophical blueprint of life – Prakriti. GPP aims to leverage Ayurveda’s proactive and personalized approach to promote health and inform health care choices based on Prakriti analysis. Santhigram Foundation aims to build a statistical model that can predict the likelihood of an individual’s health improvement with Ayurveda.”

Health Outcome Improvement Research Programs

I. Non-opioid pain management

Our key focus is on the opioid crisis, which has affected many people globally. We are dedicated to helping people who are struggling with pain management, whether they are in recovery from substance abuse or dealing with chronic pain. We promote non-opioid pain management through traditional Indian medicine and holistic healing.

II. Long haul covid symptoms management

As the world is recovering from COVID-19, many struggles with long-term effects like breathing problems, heart issues, inflammation of the body, and other complications. Santhigram is willing to help them through Ayurveda, yoga, and panchakarma therapies, a traditional Indian holistic healing approach that helps you to overcome long-term illness by cleansing and rejuvenating the body and achieving better mental health.

III. Insomnia management

One of our key focuses is helping people get quality sleep. A 2021 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that 35% of Americans get less than seven hours of sleep every night or suffer from insomnia. If left untreated, lack of sleep can lead to a variety of health problems, including pain disorders and digestion issues. At Santhigram, we’re working to raise awareness about affordable and easy ways to manage insomnia through yoga and Ayurveda.