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Omu
Pro (for)
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H3LLBORN
Con (against)

Ayurveda is a better remedial action than Allopathy for curing diseases.

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Started: 11/13/2016 Category: Health
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Omu

Pro

Ayurveda is a better remedial action than Allopathy in curing diseases because Ayurveda , the ancient system of curing health has no side effects on a human body when he/she has consumed Ayurvedic medicine but on the other hand the use of Allopathic medicines do show some side effects .
H3LLBORN

Con

We blindly believe that Ayurvedic medicines can cause us no harm as they are made up of herbs and other natural ingredients, but the truth is that Ayurveda can be equally harmful as Allopathy.

The reason behind it being that there are several Ayurveda practitioners who use Ayurvedic medicines that are made up using ingredients that are not in its purest form.

You might be wondering that what can be done to ensure that we receive the medicines in its purest form without any adulteration.

The simplest precaution that you can take is to seek treatment from Ayurvedic treatment centers having their own medicine manufacturing unit, as it"s better to be safe than sorry.

I KNOW I HAVE BEEN NEUTRAL, BUT THATS THE SHOCKIN TRUTH, WHO AGREES WITH ME ?
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