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Poor quality of allopathic medicines force people to go for Ayurveda, Homeopath
4/22/2019 10:15:15 PM
Early Times Report
Srinagar, Apr 22: Due to poor quality of English medicine sand it's side effects, there is mushroom growth of Ayurvedic and Homeopath medicines in Jammu and Kashmir.
This system of medicine today enjoys wide acceptability in the state as well because of its holistic and intrinsic values, the low cost of medication coupled with ease of administration and absence of toxic side effects.
A homeopath wishing anonymity said, "Earlier, there was ambiguity as to who could practice homeopathy. Now, with educational regulations enforced by the state government, this system of medicine has led to better practioners and more effective treatment."
He said, "In homoeopathy or Ayurveda, the doses used are the minimum, so there are no chances of causing Iatrogenic diseases. Moreover, the drugs used in homeopathy have been proved on healthy human beings and therefore their actions and reactions are fully known to the homoeopathy physician, unlike any other system of medicine."
Another doctor who has been practicing Ayurveda from the last four years defined this treatment that treats the individual as a whole but not his symptoms."
He explained, "This system believes in removing the disease from its root, and not suppressing it by local application and other medicines given in physiological dozes. homeopathy believes in treating the individual and not its symptoms. This makes homeopathy the best and true rational art of healing."
The doctor believes that many patients also feel that homeopathy is a more personalised treatment, with greater "one-on-one interaction" between the patient and the physician.
"An individual is one whole entity and should be treated as such. Homeopathy follows this cardinal philosophy and is therefore effective not just in in curing humans, but also animals and plants," he said.
He, however, said that each system of medicine has its own strengths and weaknesses.
"Homoeopathy is best suited for the ailments such as upper respiratory tract infection, arthritis, allergic disorders, hormonal imbalances in women and spondylitis, among others," the doctor said.
Homoeopathy tries to strengthen the body so that it can fight the pathogens by itself.
"Homoeopathy, if practiced properly, is cheaper, safer and effective for many ailments and can help body in gaining resistance against ailments," he said.
"Excessive dependence on western medicine is proving to be very costly. A judicial balance between both homoeopathy and allopathy will reduce the cost and also improve the health of a person," he added.
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