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HEALTH DEITIES

African

    Agwu, Igbo god of health and divination

    Jengu, water spirits that bring good fortune and cure disease

    !Xu, sky god of the Bushmen of southern Africa who is invoked in illness

Aztec

    Ixtlilton, god of medicine.

    Patecatl, god of Pulque and healing.

Celtic

    Airmed, Irish goddess associated with healing and resurrection.

    Alaunus, Gaulish god of the sun, healing and prophecy associated with Greek god Helios-Apollo

    Atepomarus, Gaulish healing god associated with the Greek god Apollo

    Borvo, Celto-Lusitanian healing god associated with bubbling spring water

    Brigid, Irish goddess associated with healing

    Dian Cecht, Irish god of healing

    Glanis, Gaulish god associated with a healing spring at the town of Glanum

    Grannus, Gaulish god associated with spas, healing thermal and mineral springs, and the sun and associated with Apollo

    Hooded Spirits, hooded deities associated with health and fertility

    Ianuaria, goddess associated with healing

    Iovantucarus, Gaulish healer-god and protector of youth associated with Lenus Mars

    Lenus, Gaulish healing god associated with the Greek god Ares

    Maponos, god of youth, associated with the Greek god Apollo

    Mullo, Gaulish deity associated with the Greek god Ares and said to heal afflictions of the eye

    Nodens, Gallo-Roman and Roman British god associated with healing, the sea, hunting and dogs

    Sirona, Gallo-Roman and Celto-Germanic goddess associated with healing

Chinese

    Wu Ben (Baosheng Dadi, the King of Medicine)

    Shennong, a mythical emperor who spread knowledge of herbs and medicine.

    Hua Tuo, the God of Surgery

    Pian Que, Medicine God-King

    Sun Simiao, Medicine King & God of Internal Medicine

    Wei Chizhuang, Medicine King

    Wei Shanjun, Medicine King

    Wei Gudao, Medicine King

    Pi Tong, Medicine King

    Wang Wei, God of Acupuncture

    Li Shizhen, God of Herbal Medicine

    Tiyī Zhǔshn, God of Qi

    Tokāng Gěyn, God of Essence

    Zhang Guolao, one of the Eight Immortals, whose wine was considered to have healing properties

    He Xiangu, one of the Eight Immortals, whose lotus flower improves one's health, mental and physical

    Li Tieguai, one of the Eight Immortals, who alleviates the suffering of the poor, sick and needy with special medicine from his gourd

    Wong Tai Sin, a god with the power of healing

    Jiutian Xuann, goddess of longevity (long life)[1]

    Gods of the Nine Chambers

        Jinggōng Zhenren (Heart)

        Dānyungōng Zhenren (Kidneys)

        Lntigōng Zhenren (Liver)

        Shngshūgōng Zhenren (Lungs)

        Hungtnggōng Zhenren (Spleen)

        Tiānlnggōng Zhenren (Gall Bladder)

        Xunlnggōng Zhenren (Small Intestine)

        Wijngōng Zhenren (Large Intestine)

        Yfnggōng Zhenren (Bladder)

   

 

 

 Gods of Hygiene/Cleanliness/Sanitation

        Lngbǎo Huǎnzhosī Lngguān

        Yqīng Tōngbin Shm Hīnghu Lngguān

        Dāntiān Jiǔfng Phu Lngguān

        Wǔfāng Wǔd Xihu Xiānguān

        Tiānh Dōngjǐngjūn

        Yunzho Fūren

        Jiǔtiān Ynhu Shnjūn

        Jiǔtiān Xihu Shnjūn

        Shōuhu Shnjūn

        Quhu Shnjūn

        Chhu Shnjūn

        Dunhu Shnjūn

        Mihu Shnjūn

        Xǐhu Shnjūn

        Dnghu Shnjūn

Egyptian

    Sekhmet, goddess of healing and medicine of Upper Egypt

    Heka, deification of magic, through which Egyptians believed they could gain protection, healing and support

    Serket, goddess of healing stings and bites

    Ta-Bitjet, a scorpion goddess whose blood is a panacea for all poisons

    Isis, goddess of healing, magic, marriage and perfection

Etruscan

    Fufluns, god of plant life, happiness and health and growth in all things

    Menrva, goddess of war, art, wisdom and health

Greek

    Aceso, goddess of curing sickness and healing wounds

    Aegle, goddess of the healthy glow

    Artemis, goddess of the hunt, wild animals, the wilderness, fertility, plague and good health, girls and young women

    Apollo, god of the sun and light, music, poetry, prophecy, archery, healing, medicine and plague

    Asclepius, god of medicine and healing

    Chiron, a centaur known for his knowledge and skill in healing

    Eileithyia, goddess of childbirth

    Epione, goddess of the soothing of pain

    Hebe, goddess of eternal youth, and cupbearer to the gods

    Hygieia, goddess of health, cleanliness and sanitation

    Iaso, goddess of cures, remedies, and modes of healing

    Paean, physician of the gods

    Panacea, goddess of the universal cure

    Telesphorus, demi-god of convalescence, who "brought to fulfillment" recuperation from illness or injury

Hindu

    Lord Dhanvantari, the Hindu god of medicine and Lord of Ayurvedic medicine

    Ashvins, twin doctors of the gods and gods of Ayurvedic medicine

    Dhanvantari, physician of the gods and god of Ayurvedic medicine

    Dhatri, solar god of health and domestic tranquility

    Mariamman, goddess of disease and rain

    Shitala Devi, goddess of smallpox and disease

    Jvarasura, god of fever

    Paranasabari, diseases

Hittite

    Kamrusepa, goddess of healing, medicine, and magic

    Shaushka, goddess of fertility, war, and healing

Inuit

    Eeyeekalduk, god of medicine and good health

    Pinga, goddess of the hunt, fertility and medicine

Japanese

    Ebisu, god of fishermen, good luck, and workingmen, and the guardian of the health of small children

Maya

    Ixchel, jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine

Mesopotamian

    Anahita, Indo-Iranian goddess of fertility, healing and wisdom

    Namtar, god of death and disease

    Ninazu, god of the underworld and healing

    Ningishzida, god of the underworld and patron of medicine

    Nintinugga, goddess of healing

    Ninurta, god of the South Wind and healing

Native American

    Kumugwe, Nuxalk underwater god with the power to see into the future, heal the sick and injured, and bestow powers on those whom he favors

    Angak, a Hopi kachina spirit, represents a healing and protective male figure.

Norse

    Eir, goddess associated with medical skill

Persian

    Haoma, god of health

Phoenician

    Eshmun, god of healing

Roman

    Angitia, snake goddess associated with magic and healing

    Apollo, Greco-Roman god of light, music, healing, and the sun

    Bona Dea, goddess of fertility, healing, virginity, and women

    Cardea, goddess of health, thresholds and door hinges and handles

    Carna, goddess who presided over the heart and other organs

    Endovelicus, god of public health and safety

    Febris, goddess who embodied and protected people from fever and malaria

    Feronia, goddess of wildlife, fertility, health and abundance

    Valetudo, Roman name for the Greek goddess Hygieia, goddess of health, cleanliness and hygiene

    Vejovis, god of healing

    Verminus, god who protected cattle from disease

Sami

    Beiwe, goddess of the sun, spring, fertility and sanity, who restored the mental health of those driven mad by the darkness of the winter

Slavic

    Żywie, goddess of health and healing

Thracian

    Derzelas, god of abundance and the underworld, health and human spirit's vitality

Yoruba and Afro-American

    Aja, spirit of the forest, the animals within it and herbal healers

    Babalu Aye, spirit of illness and disease

    Erinle, spirit of abundance, the healer, and Physician to the Orisha

    Loco, patron of healers and plants

    Mami Wata, a pantheon of water deities associated with healing and fertility

    Sopona, god of smallpox

 

Egyptian

    Sekhmet, goddess of healing and medicine of Upper Egypt

    Heka, deification of magic, through which Egyptians believed they could gain protection, healing and support

    Serket, goddess of healing stings and bites

    Ta-Bitjet, a scorpion goddess whose blood is a panacea for all poisons

    Isis, goddess of healing, magic, marriage and perfection

Etruscan

    Fufluns, god of plant life, happiness and health and growth in all things

    Menrva, goddess of war, art, wisdom and health

Greek

    Aceso, goddess of curing sickness and healing wounds

    Aegle, goddess of the healthy glow

    Artemis, goddess of the hunt, wild animals, the wilderness, fertility, plague and good health, girls and young women

    Apollo, god of the sun and light, music, poetry, prophecy, archery, healing, medicine and plague

    Asclepius, god of medicine and healing

    Chiron, a centaur known for his knowledge and skill in healing

    Eileithyia, goddess of childbirth

    Epione, goddess of the soothing of pain

    Hebe, goddess of eternal youth, and cupbearer to the gods

    Hygieia, goddess of health, cleanliness and sanitation

    Iaso, goddess of cures, remedies, and modes of healing

    Paean, physician of the gods

    Panacea, goddess of the universal cure

    Telesphorus, demi-god of convalescence, who "brought to fulfillment" recuperation from illness or injury

Hindu

    Lord Dhanvantari, the Hindu god of medicine and Lord of Ayurvedic medicine

    Ashvins, twin doctors of the gods and gods of Ayurvedic medicine

    Dhanvantari, physician of the gods and god of Ayurvedic medicine

    Dhatri, solar god of health and domestic tranquility

    Mariamman, goddess of disease and rain

    Shitala Devi, goddess of smallpox and disease

    Jvarasura, god of fever

    Paranasabari, diseases

Hittite

    Kamrusepa, goddess of healing, medicine, and magic

    Shaushka, goddess of fertility, war, and healing

Inuit

    Eeyeekalduk, god of medicine and good health

    Pinga, goddess of the hunt, fertility and medicine

Japanese

    Ebisu, god of fishermen, good luck, and workingmen, and the guardian of the health of small children

Maya

    Ixchel, jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine

Mesopotamian

    Anahita, Indo-Iranian goddess of fertility, healing and wisdom

    Namtar, god of death and disease

    Ninazu, god of the underworld and healing

    Ningishzida, god of the underworld and patron of medicine

    Nintinugga, goddess of healing

    Ninurta, god of the South Wind and healing

Native American

    Kumugwe, Nuxalk underwater god with the power to see into the future, heal the sick and injured, and bestow powers on those whom he favors

    Angak, a Hopi kachina spirit, represents a healing and protective male figure.

Norse

    Eir, goddess associated with medical skill

Persian

    Haoma, god of health

Phoenician

    Eshmun, god of healing

Roman

    Angitia, snake goddess associated with magic and healing

    Apollo, Greco-Roman god of light, music, healing, and the sun

    Bona Dea, goddess of fertility, healing, virginity, and women

    Cardea, goddess of health, thresholds and door hinges and handles

    Carna, goddess who presided over the heart and other organs

    Endovelicus, god of public health and safety

    Febris, goddess who embodied and protected people from fever and malaria

    Feronia, goddess of wildlife, fertility, health and abundance

    Valetudo, Roman name for the Greek goddess Hygieia, goddess of health, cleanliness and hygiene

    Vejovis, god of healing

    Verminus, god who protected cattle from disease

Sami

    Beiwe, goddess of the sun, spring, fertility and sanity, who restored the mental health of those driven mad by the darkness of the winter

Slavic

    Żywie, goddess of health and healing

Thracian

    Derzelas, god of abundance and the underworld, health and human spirit's vitality

Yoruba and Afro-American

    Aja, spirit of the forest, the animals within it and herbal healers

    Babalu Aye, spirit of illness and disease

    Erinle, spirit of abundance, the healer, and Physician to the Orisha

    Loco, patron of healers and plants

    Mami Wata, a pantheon of water deities associated with healing and fertility

    Sopona, god of smallpox

For more details visit:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_health_deities