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About - Arogyadham Global Aids Research Foundation

Committed to providing research based Ayurvedic herbal formulations for AIDS patients, Arogyadham Global AIDS Research Foundation was established in 1998 as an Irrevocable Public Trust.

At our treatment centers run by Dr. Rakesh Agarwal, Dr. Neelam Agarwal, Dr. Arjun & Yogi Dr. Amrit Raj, approx 900 herbs are being used for the treatment of various chronic diseases.

“OJAYU” for the treatment of HIV+ Patients

Since 1998, "OJAYU" prepared by Arogyadham Global AIDS Research Foundation has been given to HIV+ patients free of cost. Before giving medication, all modern clinical tests to diagnose a case are carried out.

How does "OJAYU", a formulation of many herbs including Guduchi (Tinospora Cordifolia) etc act on HIV+ patients?

In HIV+ patients, NORMAL VIRAL LOAD gets increased and CD 4 count gets lessened.

When "OJAYU" is given to patients, CD 8 increases, VIRAL LOAD comes down, CD 4 count gets increased hence longevity of life is increased.

This treatment is very much economical without any side effects in comparison to ART (Anti Retro Therapy).

Medical and social research to contain and ultimately eliminate AIDS through:

Free treatment of AIDS

Fully equipped research laboratory with state of the art equipment and facilities for in-house research has been developed at Siddharth Colony, Arya Samaj Road, Muzaffarnagar (U.P.)

Field research through collection of relevant medical and social data & information is being Done.

Camps, Seminars, conferences and lectures on the subject specially Ayurvedic methods where in contribution or professional is elected to enhance the level of research capability of India as well as the entire world are being organized successfully


In coming years, methodological studies and R&D work on standardization of HERBS formulations including testing of Chemical Active Substance with the help of the latest equipment shall be carried out.

Arogyadham family also publishes India's popular health magazine "AROGYADHAM" which is read by more than 7 millions people in India and abroad too and is also helping Arogyadham Global AIDS Research Foundation in its mission and operations.