This is a common dilemma which people come across from time to time and do not know how to solve.
Most Ayurvedic and Homeopathic medicines are sourced from herbs.
This is something not everyone is aware of.
If you consult an Allopath, he will prescribe allopathic medicines.
A visit to an Ayurved Specialist will get you churnas and kadhas and some diet advice, too.
A Homeopath will delve deeply into your history and come up with a solution according to his analysis of your illness or problem.
If you look at it holistically, there really is no contradiction between these three Medical Systems - they can all be used in co-ordination with each other, albeit with a little adjustment.
It is my intention to show how, on this Blog, as I go along.
I am a Pediatrician in India, qualified in Allopathy.
After passing out of Med College, I settled into pivate practice about thirty years ago, in a small town, which is little better than a village, in rural India.
Along the way I have seen and picked up the use of herbs in Ayurveda and Homeopathy and have taught myself to integrate them into my Allopathic practice.
So successful has this experience been, that I would like to share it with the whole world!
Every week, therefore, I shall write about a medical case I have treated or am presently treating in this manner.
Most of the herbs I use and will be talking about are available world-wide, either in their fresh or dried or processed forms, although a Western audience may not be too familiar with their names or their uses.
But I hope and believe they will still evoke your interest in the days to come.
| There is a wide range of Ayurvedic / Homeopathic / Allopathic medicines which treat the same disease but how do you find out which would work best for you?
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