“Service to humanity is the noblest deed” in view of this aim, late Maulana Mukhtar Ahmad Nadvi Sahab and his colleagues laid down the foundation of Mohammadia Tibbia College (Unani medical) college & Assayer Hospital in 1981.
Mohammadia Tibbia College & Assayer Hospital located in Malegaon town which is known as “City of Power Looms” 80% population of this city is attached with rural & slum areas.
Mohammadia Tibbia College & Assayer hospital Mansoora, Malegaon is institution run by A Minority organization Al-Jameatul Mohammadia Al-khairiyah Mumbai registered under Society registration act 1860 sub rule 21 vide No.GBBSD Mumbai 450/82, 17.06.1982, the society is registered under Charity Commission act 1950 sub rule 29 No.F7766 (Mumbai) dated 06-09-1982, and affiliated with University of Pune as well as Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik. This College is a Unani medical college is recognized with Maharashtra Government getting a grant in aid institute getting government grant from 1984-85, Conducting BUMS Unani degree course since academic year 1981-82, with admission intake capacity 60 students per year.
College is accredited at the “B” level by NATIONAL ASSESMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL (NAAC) an autonomous Institute of the University Grant Commission.
According to practitioners of Unani medicine, achieving a balance of the body fluids known as "the four humors" (blood, phlegm, yellow bile, and black bile) is essential to health. Another key principle of Unani medicine is that disease results from an imbalance in air, earth, water, and fire, four elements thought to comprise all that exists in nature, including the human body. In addition, Unani medicine is partly based on the principle that environmental conditions, including the quality of water and air,) can significantly impact health.
In Unani medicine, conditions are often treated with herbal formulas containing a variety of natural substances. For example, a formula known as Khamira Abresham Hakim Arshad Wala contains such botanicals as saffron, cardamom, Indian bay leaf, and citron.
Considered a tonic, Khamira Abresham Hakim Arshad Wala is said to enhance heart health and aid in the treatment of cardiovascular problems like high blood pressure and angina. Commonly prescribed treatments in Unani medicine also include dietary changes, leech therapy, and surgery.
Unani medicine is largely based on principles proposed by such physicians as Hippocrates and Galen. In addition, a number of Arab and Persian scholars (including the Arab philosopher and physicist Avicenna) have contributed to the development of Unani medicine. The word "Unani" means "Greek" in Arabic. Unani medicine was introduced in India around the tenth century.
Although recent scientific research on the health effects of Unani medicine is extremely limited, there's some evidence from animal studies that certain treatments used in Unani medicine may have some benefits. Here's a look at several key findings from the available studies.