Padanjali Ayurvedic (P) Ltd

Keloids, Keloid Treatment, Burns, Burn Scars, Diabetic Wounds, White scars, Psoriasis, Eczema, Leukoderma, Vitiligo: Herbal/Alternative Treatment – Padanjali Ayurvedics

BSTTW (Burn Survivors Throughout The World) is an international Non Profit Organization of burn survivors, offering awareness, education, support team, advocacy, medical referrals etc to victims of burns. Padanjali has teamed up with BSTTW on different occasions to support various medical studies conducted by them.

Donation of Agnijith by Bharath Mamootty to BSTTW


Superstar actor of malayalam cinema, Bharath Mamootty at the function to donate Agnijith to
Burn Survivors Throughout The World, Inc.

Acknowledgement Letter from BSTTW

“I would like to personally thank you and Padanjali Ayurvedic, Ltd. for donating 200 90g jars of Agnijith, a $9000.00 USD value.” – Letter from Michael Appleman, CEO of Burn Survivors Throughout The World, Inc., thanking for the donation of Agnijith.

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Donation news at the BSTTW Website

Agnijith A Herbal Medication Donated To BSTTW

By: Michael Appleman, CEO

BSTTW is proud to announce that we have received 200 90 gram jars of Agnijith, from Padanajali Ayurvedic Ltd and the Ayuryeda Laboratory in India. The funds for the donation was donated by Mammootty the famous film star in South India


The herbal medication Agnijith has been seen to heal 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree burns. It has also been found to help reduce burn scars and keloids. Back in 2006 BSTTW had a medical study in Assiut, Egypt. We found that Agnijith was able to heal burn injuries in a timely fashion. You can see pictures from our work in Egypt by going to bin/album/ Also in 2006 BSTTW traveled to Viet Nam and offered wound care work with Agnijith. BSTTW found that Agnijith was able to heal deep second degree burns. To see pictures of this work go to

BSTTW is currently in the process of setting up a new medical study. We are speaking with several pharmaceutical companies about using their medication up against Agnijith. The medical study will be looking to see what medication works well reducing burn scars. BSTTW is also speaking with doctors and hospitals in Africa, Egypt, Mexico, Ghana and Viet Nam about having the medical study and helping the burn survivors in their part of the world. The medical study does not have a name at this time. If you would like to take part in creating the name for the medical study email us your suggestions at

If you would like to volunteer for the upcoming medical study you should fill out the BSTTW Volunteer E-Form at and we will contact you as soon as possible.