Guest Info

Dr Vedati Packiam founded Health Concept, a group of homoeopathic consultants operating in Delhi, Gurugram (formerly Gurgaon), and Noida. They offer homoeopathic consultancy and medications to various clients, including corporate offices like IBM Daksh, HCL, Fidelity, Colt, Bechtel, and Make My Additionally, they have served several schools, such as DAV School in Vasant Vihar and Carmel Convent School in Chanakyapuri, along with other smaller schools in Gurugram and Greater Noida.

About the Show

Our beliefs deeply influence our quality of life. COVID-19 tested and reshaped belief systems, particularly in countries where natural remedies and cultural traditions are intertwined with national identity.

During the peak of the pandemic in India, a nation empowered by natural-based beliefs, strict COVID measures led to a mass exodus of millions of families, with day workers returning to remote village areas.

In this episode, Rajan Nazran engages in an inspiring conversation with Dr Vedati Packiam, a remarkable doctor who may have saved a million lives. Despite the rapid spread of the coronavirus, Dr Vedati fearlessly defied her family’s concerns and embarked on a mission to help people with her homoeopathic medicine, even putting herself at risk of contagion. Her innovative approach of attaching medicine to food packets distributed through open kitchens proved to be a game-changer, benefiting millions of Indians, especially daily wage earners.

As countries struggled to find a conventional cure, Dr Vedati’s immunity-building medicine sold at an astounding rate of 500 bottles per day, with the support of NSS students and NGOs. With fear and depression taking hold during tough times, Dr Vedati’s dedication to humanity shines as a beacon of hope.

Tune in to this uplifting podcast, celebrating the extraordinary efforts of a true humanitarian.

Produced by Global Indian Series for the Global Indian Network.

Script by Rajan Nazran
original idea: Rajan Nazran

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