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Dr. Brijesh Chaurasia is an ayurveda, urologist and nephrologist/renal specialist in Sigra, Varanasi and has an experience of 13 years in these fields. Dr. Brijesh Chaurasia practices at B.K. Arogyam & Research in Sigra, Varanasi. He completed M.D (Nat) from Naturopathic Yoga and Paramedical College in 2006 and BAMS from Naturopathic Yoga and Paramedical College in 2004.
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Q: What is the meaning of Ayurveda?
A: Ayurveda is the traditional system of medicine that originated from the Hindu culture. It follows the ideology of maintaining a balance in the bodily systems. Ayurveda uses dietary changes, yogic breathing and herbal treatments to manage and treat conditions. the words Ayur and veda mean longevity and knowledge, respectively.
Q: What are ayurvedic medicines?
A: Ayurvedic medicines are herbal mixtures made from natural sources like plants and minerals.
Q: Are ayurvedic medicines effective?
A: Yes, Ayurvedic medicines are effective, when taken as per proper understanding by a qualified and experienced ayurvedic doctor. Self-medication might not be helpful.
Q: Are ayurvedic medicines safe?
A: Ayurvedic therapies are generally considered to be safe as they are prepared from natural ingredients. However, they can cause side effects or adverse effects if taken in excess doses or taken without a prescription. Also, some medicines contain heavy metals that might be harmful to the kidney if taken without supervision.
Q: Is it safe to use ayurvedic medicines in pregnancy?
A: Some clinical reports have proven that ayurvedic formulations can cause adverse effects like lead poisoning. Therefore, women should take the medicines only if required and with a doctor’s prescription.