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Ayurveda vs Allopathy : What to Choose?

Ayurveda vs Allopathy

As we all know Ayurveda is the most ancient and purest form of medicinal therapy. As of now, realizing the side effects of allopathic medicines, people are realising the importance of Ayurveda.

Allopathy is really good in terms of instant relief and emergency conditions such as accidents and any type of surgery — the only way of saving life in emergency. But taking these medicines in the long term adversely affect our organs such as liver, kidney, stomach and also our brain and all these side-effects are in long term.

Talking about Ayurveda, it doesn’t have any side effect at all and heals permanently but the process is slow, hence the medicine takes time to heal and also ayurveda don’t have permission to operate.

Solution to the problem

  • The best solution is that Ayurveda and Allopathy should work together to help mankind in healing medical emergency situations.
  • Critical conditions could be handled by Allopathy such as accidents etc as it has mastery over it but the other problems can be cured by Ayurveda as it gives the permanent solution.
  • Ayurvedic medicines are made up of tree, leaves, roots, fruits and seeds etc hence these are pure and safe to take but the allopathic medicines are mainly made up of chemical combinations, parts of animals etc and are highly reactive some times hence are risky to take.

We all know the pros and cons of these medical treatments and we have to prioritize according to our health and nature of the body that which one among them is good for us ayurveda or Allopathy, keeping in the mind that body once damaged from inside cannot be repaired.

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