Malar is a highly toxic chemical compound that is often used to treat skin infections.
However, in Tamil, it is used to cure many other conditions.
Malar medicine is used in the Tamil Nadu region to treat a wide range of diseases including cancer, diabetes, diabetes mellitus, obesity, and even some rare diseases.
Tamil Nadu’s National Institute of Health (NINH) has been conducting a one-year clinical trial to test the use of malar in the treatment of cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, type 2 diabetes, and a rare condition known as sarcoidosis.
The National Institute for Research in Malaria and Tropical Diseases (NIHRMD) has conducted an observational study of the use and toxicity of malarec in chronic obstructing pulmonary disease and sarcoids in the Northern State.
The study is currently under review.
Tamils have a very high incidence of sarcoides and malar is one of the main ingredients in it.
The compound can cause severe skin reactions such as itching and redness.
Malar can also cause allergic reactions and lead to inflammation of the skin.NIND has conducted the first-ever study of malari in cancer.
The trial is looking at the efficacy of malaris use in cancer patients with a tumor-like growth or metastases of cancerous tissue.
Malaris can also be used to alleviate pain, reduce fever, and improve symptoms in patients suffering from arthritis, arthritis related disorders, and chronic pain.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse has conducted a one year study to test its use in patients with osteoarthritis and osteoedema.
A malari-based topical ointment has also been developed.
It is a combination of malaria-based medicines and natural plant extracts.
The product is sold in India as malar skin care.