How to make herbal medicine without the doctor’s permission

A year ago, a medical student from the University of Kerala, Rakesh Nair, started experimenting with herbal medicines using the power of the internet to make his own.

His project, called Herbal Medicine School, was born out of a desire to be a teacher, but also to take a chance.

Nair was one of more than 1,500 students in the city who took part in the Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences’ (IGMS) National Graduate Certificate in Health Sciences (PGCHS) course in Hyderabad, the country’s third-largest university.

Nairs father was an Indian doctor, but he died in 1998 at the age of 67.

As an undergraduate, he was interested in herbal medicine and became intrigued by the science behind herbal medicine.

“In my early days, I was a bit skeptical about it,” Nair said.

“But after spending time with the herbs, I found that it’s very easy to understand.

I found it’s quite interesting.

It’s like you’re being taught something, you’re not just being told to eat a certain food or not to go to a certain place.”

Nair’s journey into herbal medicine began in 2011, when he joined the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and became a student there.

The school’s herbal medicine department has been around for the last five years.

His interest in the herb came from the fact that he had always had a strong interest in it.

“I didn’t have any problems growing herbs.

I just grew them,” he said.

Nares father was a doctor, so he died when he was 70.

“His death was the reason why I started studying herbal medicine,” Nairs mother, Anand Nair.

“It was my mother who took me to the school and showed me the herbal medicine books.

She used to bring home the herbs she had grown.”

Nairs teacher said that he started to read about herbal medicine from the books, and he was fascinated by it.

Naturals herbal medicine has an array of properties that include treating various illnesses such as heart attacks and cancer, as well as reducing symptoms of many other conditions, including depression.

In the case of heart disease, herbal medicine helps the body to heal its own damaged heart valves.

“There is a lot of research into this herb,” said Rakesha Nair of the Herbal Medical Education Society.

“The herbal medicine is one of the best in the world, and it’s been studied for thousands of years.

You can find a lot about it online.”

Nares family’s herbal medicines Nairs family also started using herbal medicine as well, Nair recalled.

“My family used to do a lot.

My brother started using this in the late 1980s,” he recalled.

Niles parents father was also a doctor and he died at the end of this year, when Nair wasn’t able to study for the PGCHS.

“When he passed away, my parents started researching herbal medicine.”

Nays mother started her own herbal medicine course, which has since been called Hermaphroditic and uses the power that plants give to heal the body.

“We used to use this as a remedy for various ailments.

I used it for arthritis, my mother used it to help her with anxiety,” Nains mother said.

Anand’s herbal course Nair told that he studied at the university’s Hermatory, but the first time he took part, he had a bad feeling.

“Suddenly, I felt dizzy and a feeling of dizziness.

I was like ‘I’m dizzy, I can’t stand up.

I can only sit down,'” Nair remembered.

“That was the moment that I realised I didn’t want to be taking the course.”

He enrolled in a second course, herbal health, and began using the herbs regularly.

“Now, I’m using them everyday,” Nain said.

His mother said that she used to say to her son, “Why don’t you go to the hospital?”

Nair has since started a new course, and says he’s getting better.

Nars herbal medicine students are among the highest achievers in the country, according to a study conducted by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in 2015.

Among the top 10 students, four of them are medical students from Kerala, including Nars medical students.

“Herbal medicine is becoming very popular in the UK and Australia,” Nars president, Ashish Nars, told The Times.

“And in the States, too.

The Indian government recently launched the National Herbal Medicines Programme (NHMP) to improve access to herbal medicine for those who want to study it. “

They’re teaching themselves and are getting the real experience of herbal medicine by doing their own research.”

The Indian government recently launched the National Herbal Medicines Programme (NHMP) to improve access to herbal medicine for those who want to study it.

NHMP aims to make Indian herbal medicine