Ayurvedic doctors can now perform surgeries with the central government allowing post graduate (PG) students to practise general surgery alongside orthopaedic, ophthalmology, ENT and dental.Nov 21, 2020
In India, Ayurvedic medicines are consumed on a large scale by its huge population. Toxicity of Ayurvedic medicines have been reported due to presence of toxic metals like lead, mercury and arsenic. In the case of herbal medicines, this is attributable to environmental pollution or bad manufacturing practices.
The central government had allowed PG students of Ayurveda to perform various kinds of general surgery and medical procedures, including orthopaedic, ophthalmology, ENT and dental, by notifying an amendment in a gazette notification the CCIM issued in November.Dec 20, 2020
Radish leaves juice is beneficial for the kidneys. Have a cup of this fresh juice twice every day. It acts as a blood cleanser and flushes out toxins and other unwanted byproducts of digestion. Watermelon is low in potassium and has a high water content so it is good for someone with renal failure.Jun 12, 2019
BAMS doctors were also found to be dependent on antibiotics, injections, gastrointestinal medications, vitamins and iron preparations, as compared to allopaths. About 57.2 per cent of BAMS doctors prescribed irrational fixed dose combinations, as against 28.6 per cent of MBBS doctors.Sep 23, 2013
Foods to avoid
- Proteins: red meat, seafood, egg yolks.
- Dairy: sour cream, cheese, buttermilk.
- Fruits: sour or unripe fruits, such as grapes, apricots, papaya, grapefruit, and sour cherries.
- Vegetables: chili peppers, beets, tomatoes, onions, eggplant.
- Grains: brown rice, millet, corn, rye.