Clear hints recorded in AP state for its effectiveness on Corona
The word ‘Ayurveda’ has derived out of fusion of two separate words- Áyu’ i.e. life and ‘veda’ i.e. knowledge. Thus in literal meaning Ayurveda is the science of life. Ayurveda is a classical system of preventive, promotive and curative healthcare originating from the Vedas documented around 5000 years ago and currently recognized and practiced in India and many countries in the world.
It is one of the most ancient healthcare systems having equal scientific relevance in the modern world, that take a holistic view of the physical, mental, spiritual and social aspects of human life, health and disease.
Approach in Ayurveda is Focus of Treatment
Ayurveda is based on natural science and so all Ayurvedic remedies are close to nature. That is, Ayurvedic medicines make use of natural herbs, extracts, and plants. One of the advantages of Ayurveda over allopathy is that the herbs and plants that it uses do not have side effects that mimic allopathic medicine. Allopathic medicine is made in labs and every allopathic medicine comes with side effects that can range from mild to severe. In Ayurvedic medicine, this is not the case because all the remedies are naturally made with natural ingredients that don’t cause devastating effects on your health.
Ayurveda’s focus is not limited to providing solutions when a problem has arisen. Ayurveda is about providing remedies for optimal health so you don’t have those problems, to begin with. Ayurveda is based on the principle that prevention is better than cure. This contrasts with allopathic medicine which focuses on reducing the symptoms and treating them. This is where Ayurveda is a clear winner because Ayurveda focuses on the root cause that has led to the health problem and then provides remedies accordingly. Ayurveda provides a holistic healing approach that ensures the problem is removed from the root rather than just targeting symptoms as is the case with allopathy.
Latest Evidence of Ayurveda efficasy on Covid19 in Andhra Pradesh, India
Ayurvedic care and the results of its medicines are being researched by state officials as well as central AYUSH officials in Krishnapatnam, Nellore district, Andra Pradesh reported by chief secretary of the state health department., Andhra Pradesh. He said they were many people who recovered from the corona even in the last stages by using corona medicine offered by Anandayya (local Ayurvedic practitioner). He also added that so far thousands of patients received medicine but no side effects were reported with the herbs and ingredients used in the medicine.
Having seen the latest evidences and reports from officials now lets hope and wish that Ayurveda an Ancient traditional system gifted by the Rishis of India is can become one reliable source against deadly corona virus.
Thank you, Juturi Ravi Kumar Reddy