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Soul is the biggest pharmacy in the world: Dr KK Aggarwal
Dr KK Aggarwal | 11 Oct 2013

Dr KK Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India said that the very fact that our body has a receptor for each and every drug means the human body is the biggest pharmacy in the World and has the capacity to produce each and every drug. Obviously God never created these receptors for Pharma Company to invent drug molecule.

On the occasion of World Mental Health Day in a function organized by Delhi Medical Association, Padma Shri and Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee, Dr KK Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India said that the very fact that our body has a receptor for each and every drug means the human body is the biggest pharmacy in the World and has the capacity to produce each and every drug.  Obviously God never created these receptors for Pharma Company to invent drug molecule.

Dr Aggarwal said that in the forthcoming 20th MTNL Perfect Health Mela being organized from 23rd to 27th October, 2013 at Constitution Club of India will have special classes and counseling sessions on mental health.

 Dr Aggarwal said that the spiritual medicine should be part and parcel of MBBS curricular and it involves teaching on how to shift from sympathetic to para sympathetic state of mind. Sympathetic state of mind leads to diseases and para sympathetic state to a healing mode. Most of the mind, body and spiritual techniques are based on this principal. 

Dr Aggarwal said that beta blockers are one drug which are known to reduce cardiac mortality and again shifts one to para sympathetic mode artificially.  Talking about Yoga, Dr Aggarwal said that it is a natural beta blocker. 

One should have a dialogue with ones soul everyday.  The same can be done by meditation or by adapting to slower and deeper breathing with a rate of 4 to 5 per minute for the next 20 minutes.  

The simplest spiritual prescription is to chant OM or AUM which medically produces a pain killer and tranquilizer at the same time.  

Dr Aggarwal said that stress is the reaction of the body and the mind to the interpretation of a known situation.  Spiritual counseling, therefore, involves changing interpretation.