Most people tend to think that ayurveda is a treatment like allopathy or homeopathy but in reality it is a lifestyle. The entire system of ayurveda is based on the four pedestals of healthy eating, sound sleep, ample exercise and steady mental health.
There are side effects to ayurvedic treatment.
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There is no base in believing that ayurvedic medicines have no side effects and can be consumed without proper caution. Ayurvedic medicines have disturbing side effects if consumed without the necessary prescription and diagnosis.
Which one of the following condiment has both antibiotic and antimicrobial properties?
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Besides giving a distinct flavour and colour to Indian curries, it also has antibacterial properties. Applying turmeric on wounds enhances healing and avoid infections.
Which of the following ayurvedic treatment is effective against runny nose?
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Runny nose is a pretty common problem and ayurveda has more than one remedy for it. The idea behind treating a runny nose is to control the inflammation of the nasal passage and the above methods achieve that.
Ayurveda is a vegetarian therapy
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Ayurveda includes treatment that uses ghee, fish oil and mutton extracts so it cannot be termed as a treatment based on vegetarian products. In fact, ayurveda never proclaimed it to be a vegetarian therapy, somehow people wrongfully associate it with vegetarian elements.