Ayurveda, the most sophisticated and accurate approach in health care was introduced by some eminent people around 5000 years ago in India. In this modern period of time it is been largely challenged by the 300 years old branch of medical science called Allopathy.
Ayurveda aims at finding the root of a disease and then eradicating it completely from the patient whereas Allopathy aims at giving patient an instantaneous relief by destroying organisms that caused the disease but it is not guaranteed that the disease is permanently cured.
The philosophy of Ayurveda is to prevent human beings from unnecessary sufferings and to give them a long and healthy life. Ayurvedic treatment consists of natural herbs and is based on direct sense perception, logical inference and hearing from realized souls and saints.
Allopathy treats the diseases by some antidotes which produces entirely different effects from those caused by the disease itself. … Read More