Does Ayurvedic medicine really work? While Ayurveda can have positive effects when used as a complementary therapy in combination with standard, conventional medical care, it should not replace…

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Is homeopathy approved by the FDA? There are currently no homeopathic products approved by FDA. In 1988, the FDA issued Compliance Policy Guide (CPG) 400.400, entitled “Conditions Under…

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Muggles use wormwood leaves for many things, including medicine and as a way to discourage fleas. Wormwood’s scientific name is derived from that of Artemis, the goddess of…

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Homeopathic medicines take a long time to work. The effect of a homeopathic medicine may be rapid (minutes to hours), or 1 or more days may be needed…

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Ayurveda is an Upaveda of Atharva or Rigveda according to some schools or is a Panchama Veda. It is also considered as Upanga of Atharva Veda i.e. it…

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Homeopathy not only treats and cures the acute anal fissure, it is able to cure the chronic form of anal fissures also. Homeopathic medicines for anal fissures are…

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Since 1994, herbal medicines have been regulated under the “Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994”. On the basis of this law, herbal medicines are not evaluated…

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Ginger. Ginger is incredibly versatile and a staple in alternative medicine. People have used it for centuries to improve many aspects of heart health, including circulation, cholesterol levels,…

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Why tomatoes are not allowed in Ayurveda? THE PROBLEM WITH TOMATOES Tomatoes and other nightshades, such as potatoes, aubergines, onions, etc., are considered very Rajasic in Ayurveda. This…

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Homoeopathic preparation Ingredients per tablet – Melatonin 6X. 6X refers to the potency that is achieved through repetitive dilution and succession according to homeopathic principle. In this case,…

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