Court Judgment: Unani and Ayurveda Doctors can Perform Surgery


 In July 2010, a court judgment by the Madras High Court held that those who are registered practitioners in Siddha, Ayurveda, Homeopathy and Unani are eligible to conduct surgery. It was held that these qualified practitioners can practice obstetrics, gynecology, anesthesiology, ENT and ophthalmology. 

Court Judgment: No Action against Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani Doctors

The court judgment pertained to a contempt of court petition filed by the Tamil Nadu Siddha Medical Graduates Association (TNSMGA). The petitioner appealed that Director-General of Police, Letika Saran, to be penalized for disobeying the High Court order passed in 2006.
The aforementioned order restrained the DGP from intervening with the professional practice of physicians who had valid registration and certification issued by the Tamil Nadu Siddha Medical Council. Such registered physicians are eligible to practice as Siddha Medical Practitioners, under the provisions of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act.
Following the order, the government’s Principal Secretary had conveyed this order to the DGP as it is applicable to Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani doctors who are registered with the Tamil Nadu Board of Indian Medicine. It was also conveyed that they can practice their respective domains along with Allopathy medicine but they cannot practice Allopathy alone.
The TNSMGA’s advocate, S. Prabakaran, stated that the court’s order was violated, as several members of the TNSMGA were arrested, for prescribing allopathic drugs.
Justice F.M. Ibrahim Kalifulla stated that the any action taken against the registered practitioners, of Siddha, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy and Unani, should be dropped immediately. While passing the order Justice Kalifulla, referred to the circular issued by the government, in consonance with the section 17(3) B, of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970. The circular authorized institutionally qualified practitioners of Siddha, Ayurveda, Unani and Homeopathy to practice the respective systems, along with allopathic medicine.  

  1. Dr.Alok Kumar Khan

    Surgery on a person needs high knowledge and skill with experience and responsibility totake decision for proper diagnosis preoperative care and operation with a team of experts and post operative care to make him fit to go to normal or acceptable life. Allopathy surgeons needs to achive this quality by passing ten subjects of M.Sc standard in M.B.B.S.course then few yrs experience and tough post grad. entrance exam. then Master of Surgery degree to achive then to have sufficient experience to prove him as responsible surgeon in society still he remains under control and supervision of M.C.I./criminal/judicial court.consumer forum etc but if any state govt/Central govt. by law allow any br. of medicine to do all types sugery without sufficient knowledge&experience then they are playing with the life of citizens against constitution

  2. even ayurved graduates have to go thru entrance exams and do the 3 year post graduation or specialisation in surgery. it is the course conducted by various universities like muhs, nishik, maharashtra. other universities all over india might be conducting the similar courses. if the ayurvedic surgeons cant perform the surgeries, i feel, the course should be baneed. if they can they must be given the best training which is required for an efficient surgeon. this thing shouls be made clear as soon as possible for many students pass out MS surgery exams in ayurveda every year

  3. actually ayurvedic doctors are spreading wrong propaganda, that ayur drugs have no side effect. anything ,any material ,particle ,beyond its limits are dangerous. even if you inhale 100% oxygen its harmful. so basically what matters is the dose of the drug. ayurvedic doctors show a hype that they have ‘magic’ jadibooti that may cure dreadful disease like cancer, aids. these doctors are wasting the precious time when patients can get relief from surgeries or allopathic drugs.
    they dont come up and tell what content they r using. comon tell the world, have a patent, take the credit but please dont fool someone who is in a real agony of life and misery. i really had very bad experience..
    how can we people expect to open our expensive cars engine by a mechanic who’s work is just to decorate the interiors of our car?
    every branch of medicine has some its specialization. so i kindly request all the ayurvedic doctors to practice only ayurvedic which you have really studied.


    i do practice allopath as well as ayurved as per need of the patient .but i c that u r appreciating mbbs doctors a lot. half of them are thru reservation. i am in a govt hosp where i have seen mbbs dr dont know HAEMOGLOBIN kisme jada hota hain male or female.medicolegal banana nahi aata.treating a patient for mumps,where as it was surgical emphysema.come 2 dehra dun and see vaidya bal indu treating leukaemia from ayurvedic medicines and been awarded by president.uttrakhand is having 75 %hilly area served by bams doctors

  5. Dr. Mukesh D Jain

    More strict regulations are necessary!
    BAMS Ayurvedic doctors in their professional courses were taught Ayurveda with modern medicines. Some BAMS doctors good knowledge about Allopathy too. Currently BAMS doctors are encouraged to use modern medical science for diagnosing the health condition only and not treating.

    Most BAMS Ayurvedic doctors are found practicing modern medicines in most of the parts of India. Practicing modern medicine for Ayurvedic doctors in modern day has always been a controversial issue in India.

    As far as medical professional practice is concerned in India, currently no ayurvedic practitioner can successful without support of modern science including usage of emergency drugs and diagnostics methods. It is also true that no allopathic practitioner can be successful without using natural resources and healthy eating’s and life style measures.

    Government should be carefully responsible before giving registration to health care practitioners and permitting them with their medico-legal rights to open their clinics and do professional practices.

    As far as Surgery is concerned, more strict regulations are necessary and should never be allowed without proper qualification and expertise. The “malpractices of doctors” should be controlled with tough hand, effective “Lokpal” and severe penalty.

    The public illness is managed by doctors and the “doctors illness” should be managed by police.

  6. our country Sri lanka is much luckier for not having so many versatile quacks. Shivers running down my spine when i see your practitioners of other systems than alopathy can perform surgery !How far they can cut?My god there will be no end!They will cut your heart,lungs, and end up at brain.That is butchery ! not surgery !Our country is blessed with truly qualified surgeons i.e. MS ,FRCS and nothing less.Even MBBS won’t perform anything other than minor surgery such as suturing a wound or excision of a cyst. Mind you that also not their forte.As far as possible they send the patient to the nearby state hospital I wish we don’t encounter that type of quackery in our country.I simply cant imagine a practitioner of other system is capable of getting the skill of a surgeon, Gyn & Obs, Eye surgeon, cardiothoracic surgeon,ENT surgeon etc. unless they follow the grualling path of a basic degree in alopathy followed by almost 7 years of post graduate training in the right atmosphere that is in a teaching hospital.God bless your patients cut by so called practitioners of ayurveda,siddha,unani & homoeopathy !

  7. Dr. Kamayani Shukl, M. S. (yu)Anonymous

    Surgery in world was first introduced by Ayurveda. this is my humble request to all people, that before commenting on this topic, please go through Ayurveda, read out Sushruta Samhita, and decide. how can you stop followers of the father of surgery from performing surgeries.

  8. i just read all the comments, its clear from the above comments regarding difference in opinion, am an ayurvedic doctor from kerala and had completed my graduation from goverment college in kerala and i got admission after getting top merit rank 1450, and i belive i was eligible to study a medical course. my simple question to all, do u people consider ayurveda as a system of medicne, from my experience we here in kerala practise ayurveda as per classics and have a good result in almost all cases we manage, there are many cases where ayurveda fails. same too with the condition with allopathy. but if we take statistics the sucess rate is more with allopathy in infectious diseases and in surgical conditions,emergency care, regarding ayurveda its main line of management is restricted to some departments due to different factors( scarcity of drugs, misconcept regarding ayurveda, lack of awareness and pharmaco kinetics). why these people argue only because of igo, my simple opinion is give respect and take respect. if you r a doctor you should know how to save the life of person without considering system of medicne. if you want to say your opinion about ayurveda keep going through indian history and then say the opinion. dont give opinion without knowing or simply from some literature. my opinion is if you are a doctor you should get basic skills in all types of management and most modern medication along with your own countries medical system. dont say its an unscientific, idiot thing, it had made life to your forfathers.

  9. Ayurveda doctors are NOT allowed to practise allopathy?
    Why ? Answer is here –
    1. Their syllabus does not include Allopathic medicine (they only read it as an extra curricular activity)
    Gazette notified copy of syllabus is attached. Slide 40
    (Their syllabus do not include allpathic training/exams)
    2. Judiciary had made it clearly evidenced it in may judgements
    See the slides 25 to 28. After which there is no suspicion.
    All previous notiifcation and orders before this were quashed
    3. CCIM has also accepted these facts (See slide 22)
    Aur kitne saboot chahiyee – puri presentation dekh kar suiside mat kar lena

  10. Dr.Ghanshyam A.Umre

    Why Ayurvedic Vaidhya BAMS are taking support of Allopathy Medicine unlawfully. Does ayurveda is not having capacity to treat and cure the patients? if it is then why not BAMS colleges being Shut down.

  11. Dr Syed Shahid Ali

    I hav diploma of homoeopathy nd fazil e tibb ell jarahat from pakistan nd 8 the tim iam 4th year student of Bechlor of eastrin medicine surgery can i do surgry i hav expereanc since 15 year as a surgean asisstan , or sugest me for post graduation

  12. i have full copy of article 2e ; which clear states that a bams doctor can practice allopathy lawfully except in states of goa karnataka and gujarat.the fact u have mentioned is true but rule have been changed .and rascals who say bams doctors dont have talent /skill how many mbbs doctors have talent as many are there bcoz of donation or caste .gaand mein dum hai na to merit se select hote;

  13. sir please dont do argue with each other, it is a very big issue, bt u are all an indians so why are u debating on this topic, both pathies r so good, allopath can cure emergencies better than ayurveda, bt ayurveda can cure chronic diseases without any side-effects, so it would b better if we use allopathic drugs+ayurved drugs for better results, then we indian peoples can gain much better respect rather than to fight with our own brothers & sisters… so we should respect our indian medicine & try to cooperate with other pathies rather than to defame it…….

  14. dr raviprakash


  15. Dear all,
    This is not a matter is that,who is better?Allopathy or Ayurveda?
    Both are the part of medical science ,either ancient or modern.
    Don’t quarrel with each other,both have some efficacy and error.
    Firstly we all are doctors and duty to save life of human being carefully.

    so we must be do our duty on the basis of our respective domains,but we can give and take suggestion with each other for better treatment.

  16. Dear all,
    This is not a matter is that,who is better?Allopathy or Ayurveda?
    Both are the part of medical science ,either ancient or modern.
    Don’t quarrel with each other,both have some efficacy and error.
    Firstly we all are doctors and duty to save life of human being carefully.

    so we must be do our duty on the basis of our respective domains,but we can give and take suggestion with each other for better treatment.

  17. There is a judicial proverb often used while interpreting Evidence law, it says- “A judge can not be known everything whatever happening under the sun”. Therefore during subpoena or trying any evidence Evidence Acts of all over the world given the provisions of Expert evidences, though it is not binding on the court to consider it as an evidence, but as a pointer to judicial process or judges discretion.

    But its applicable to the sub-ordinate courts only, perhaps Higher judicial officer knows everything under the sun. I doubt that they would have bit knowledge of Ayurveda or Unani medicine and its gnosis.

    And in the country like India, while enacting any law, a due diligence has to applied with reasonable care of mis-utilization of lagislation, in such a way it is definitely un-foreseen verdict.

    Actually word “surgeory” is not well defined in law books, hence a descriptive interpretation of this word is utterly and urgently needed in this course of action, otherwise it will invite a catastrophe of its own kind.

    A regulatory and well defined legislation is need of this time.

  18. Well said Aroon,

    Moreover, Often the verdicts are results of Judges’ personal beliefs and pressures from Ayurvedic promoting lobby like RSS, MHP etc.

    I don’t reject Ayurvedic altogether, but I don’t get answer of a question “Why Ayurvedic medicines haven’t made even 10% of the progress in 1000 years that Allopathic medicines made in last 200 years?”

    Ayurvedic treatments have been there for thousands of years but can’t save even the kinds of Akbar and Shivaji who could afford anything and everything in the world and yet died at mid-age.

    I don’t think making well definition will serve purpose in India where justice on popular subjects are made based on will power of rulers. Look to the reservation in education and service, Indian constitution clearly mandate equal rights for all citizens and yet Supreme court allowed passing laws that mandate reservations to collages!

  19. i am yet to come across information where aurvedic doctors are trained in performing surgery. I think it requires years of rogorius and intensive training. Besides i do not understand the logic of allowing allopathy practice by ayurvedic and homeopathy drs. i think they should be strictly confined to their domain. Even different specialist in allopathy fall under law of criminal negligence if anesthetist performs surgery or physician tries to operate on somebody’ s eye. Why can’ our honourable judges apply their simple logic before interpreting law.

  20. Diagnosis is an weapon of the Qualified doctor differ by Quack, And also Identified and differentiated from Para medicals by the same. Now in tamil nadu a great Orders will save the ISM doctors.
    If the below peoples are having the rights to play with allo-pathy.
    1.Just one day training of orientation given to ankanwadi staff , Can give medicine to children which belongs to Schedule H like to be Gentamicin Eye drops.and others like paracetomol,etc………..
    2.VHN without getting any advice from the diagnosing doctors they are simply dispensing all the schedule drugs to the unknown rural areas peoples .
    3. the pharmacist of the primary health center is attending all the new OPD patients without the knowledge of visiting doctors(doctor is visiting the OPD thrice or thrice in a week)
    4.Compare with these para medicals peoples I think so we are (ISM Doctors) “Better not Bitter”

  21. Oh, Now i got it. You are a brain washed Ramdev supporter. I see a common tenancy in the Ramdev supporters, which is “Ignore all the facts against Ayurved and Yoga, and cite all facts which support them”. While mentioning health minister, why didn’t you mentioned that same minister allocate sum of several crores rupees to cure Malaria and TB by allopathy treatment which same several million lives every year? If they all are treated with Ayurvedic medicines than 50% of them will die because that’s how accurate Ayurvedic medicines for TB & malaria, even after more than 2000 years of “progress”.

    There may be a few fool gyanecologist who may have tie with Ramdev and may be using some Ayurvedic medicines (without need) just to get cheap credit for Ramdev and so favor from Ramdev, but I don’t see it as a trend.

    All medicines, including Ayurvedic and allopathic have gone through trial an error inventions (Did god came to earth and told us about Ayurvedic medicines, if it is not invented by trail-n-error?). Allopathy have tough testing requirements to check side-effects while Ayurvedic is taken granted side-effect free and don’t need recorded testing, why so injustice?

    I know, this Ayurvedic supporters always do tricks like force education department to put a Ayurvedic course in MBBS study and then claim, “see they use Ayurved”. And they always argue based on culture to promote Ayurved, and frauds like Ramdev. If Ayurvedic inventors where so great than why didn’t they perform first heart transplantation, why didn’t they classify blood group, why didn’t they invent blood infusion?

    And all your success numbers of Ayurved is a biggest lie of all times. When a patient die under allopathic treatment it is considered as failure of medicine, but when a patient die under Ayurvedic treatment then it is not medicines failure, but “natural death” because it is presumed that Ayurved have no negative impacts, how is that? This is how you “improve” performance of Ayurved, right? The fact remains same “Ayurvedic medicines have not been tested the way Allopathic medicines are, and so the results of Ayurvedic medicines are unpredictable”. The modern food industry warns about side effects eating of peanuts, potatoes, eggs etc which can cause death, but somehow Ayurved is considered god-given medicines and it can’t have negative impact.

    Forget about curing major disease by Ayurved, it can not even detect it, and it can not suggest imply that the disease is completely cured or not, without allopathic procedures. All Ayurvedic doctors helplessly dependant on Allopathy practices to detect diseases like TB, malaria, pneumonia etc, but won’t stop shouting Ayurvedic medicines as “Indian-Cultural, best-ever, most-accurate, side-effect-free, directly-created-by-god-for-mankind”!!!!

    Do you use phone (cell-phone of land-line phone), scooter, car, paper, pen, electricity, oh yeh Computer and Internet? They all are created by westerns and you have no problem using it, but somehow when it comes to medicine you say “uhu, Western medicines is bad, and fraud, go-Indian”. How mad is that? Car accidents kills 150,000 person every year, why don’t you say “Stop using killer westerner cars, use accident-free bail-gadis”?!?

    Just forget east or west, accept what is good, reliable, easily re-producible, easily available and more efficient. Allopathy is better in that sense. Average life span won’t have gone from under 50 to over 75 in western countries in last 70 years (which are years of allopathic advancements) if allopathy was so bad. And most human would have lived healthy over 100 years after 2000 years of advancement if Ayurved was so great.

  22. wait a minute ! man hold on i want 2 ask u pople wat u knw about ayurveda exactly! hav evr heard a panchkarma, shalya tantra ? just atleast learn ayurveda then talk about it ! m wondering in these times wat was un reachable frm micheAL JACKSON, live in present can u figure out wat killed him why allopathy says no to autoimmune disorders ! manage with steriods. u knw ayurveda just as choorna syrup! because of these thoughts leads to declination ayurveda an indian system of medicine we have 6 subjects 2 do ms master of surgery in ayurveda with our own principles !
    one point u knw md/ms ayurveda is opened for mbbs even y? because it hon’rable WHO who is telling INDIA tat indian doctors should their science rather than contemporary system of medicine

    Vaidya Ashutosh Chaturvedi


  23. Dr Ashutosh,

    I was expecting a counter example from Ayurved supporter, like one you gave of Michael Jackson, to balance my argument on Akbar & Sivaji. And as expected, you ignored some facts like irresponsible and definably disastrous medicines and meal usage like Mr. Jackson did, which was not conditions with old Kings.

    You also failed to mention why Ayurveda has not made even 1% of the progress in 2000 years that Allopathy made in last 200 year.

    Dear sir, I don’t know if you do it consciously or not, but you are arguing based on exceptions ignoring what the sayers (in context, WHO officials) do and citing some words pronounced by them. If WHO officials so much respect Ayurveda then why don’t they promote it in their own countries, and set examples by using only Ayurvedic treatments whenever it is available?

    Have you heard about Dr Rajiv Dixit? He promoted Ayurved for more than 25 years, criticizing allopathy (he said it is poison) and had a healthy eating habits. He prematurely died at age 50 years due to heart attack. Had he undergone a simple allopathic heart function test every year after he was 30 years old, he would have very likely caught and stopped deterioration of heart function, and would have lived much longer. He just paid by his life for being in wrong side.

    No science is perfect, not Ayurved and not allopathy, but the numbers speaks a lot. just 40 years ago, India had several million TB patients dying every year, now they all lives even though they are in last stage of TB, thanks to allopathy. And this is not exception, same goes to malaria, pneumonia, typhoid, hepatitis, Kidney failure ……list goes on.

    A fact which Ayturved promoters never accepted is this “Ayurved is natural science and so it has natural limitations of growth, which allopathy don’t have, and Ayurved has been matured a long time ago so we don’t have much scope to make it better. Allopathy is future of health care, without any defined boundaries”.

    And yes, Ayurvedic medicines is just choorna syrup, invented by trial and error methods without any records of testings and success rates. This is not case with allopathy because they by law require to keep testing records.

    Question for you: Is there any natural controllable Anesthesia? What you use when doing serious sergery on patients if not allopathic anesthetics?

    I know a lot of Ayurvedic doctors who don’t hesitate to use allopathic means to overcome Ayurvedic limitations. I have yet to meet a allopathic doctor who uses Ayurvedic mean to overcome limitations of Allopathy. Do you know any?

  24. it is as simple as gyanecology i e stree roga whr d all d doctors allopathics practices ayurveda manoll and so many drugs why dey use like liv 52???
    c man it dense clear tat u don knw ayurveda yet and its principles hounble health minister was un ansrable to swami ramdeva !
    wat u r talking about is more of system involment rather than science u cannot talk reg science …
    i have talked bot panchkarma , shalya tantra ????
    u havnt answerd me ! whr as medc r nt made on trail n error bases
    so many pg scholars phd scholrs in bhu jamgar, jaipur has even proved eficay of drugs….
    failer and adptin d allopathy is most in north india rather south by doctors
    cause u have 2 pay on 40000 to pass single prof of bams in so many parts of north m asking y same wid MBBS ?

    topic is trained ayurvedic professoinal to b allowed to practice surgeries ! nt to balme a scince under dis banner
    my dear again again m telin u people wid name of BAMS in country more than 12 lakh but registered only r 12000 dis shows stats of quacks in nation
    stop them nt trained professional who has completed surgery as post graduate ! visit bhu ims , GAU, jamnagar SDM hassan thn c wat r d capicty of trained ayurvedic professionals ! wat mughals britishers did wid our system to propagate allopathy unani same thing u r also doing! mind it u nevr can beat in ayurveda coz m proudly trained ayurvedic professional m proudly practin it! meet Dr JP NARAYANA bangalore x physician to state governer who is mbbs first thn went 4 bams wid md ayurveda…. parcting ayurveda only
    i can give lot number of examples n u can also gives me alot ! but u cant blame science either allopathy or ayurveda . its prof who r havin name wid it ,can b blame ! because of lack of knwlg… if u r MBBS OR BAMS OR BNYS OR BHMS OR BSMS hav best in d bussiness no body can beat u …!
    i want to tell u day will come u have to ayurveda from forginers rather than indians so many western have ug n pg courses for ayurveda middle sex,london tapovana japan n lot many u cant count even….! headed by westerns
    ayurveda scholras r demandin surgies because dey have been taught surgies n parctsing n ug and pg so u cannot question dis c d syllabus of BAMS AND MD/MS AYU. under

  25. hey wat is ur age……….leave u cant live for more than 70 years or may be 80…………..nd allopathies cant save u at end…… you know our rishi munnis have a age of more than 100 years normaly…………….or tb allopathy nai thi…………….ayurved is the best system of medice which can nc ur age allopathy cnt…………and ayur hav no sideeffect tell me any medicen of allopathy which has no saideeffect………….even crocin can hurt ur stomach…………………..

  26. Dr. Ashutosh & Dr. Bharat,

    It is so humorous to go through the points & counter points raised by the two of you in support of your respective disciplines. But dear friends, when I pay attention to the Grammar & the language that both of you have used, I feel sad to say that whether it is MBBS or BAMS, the standard of education in our Country remains the same. Moreover, I’m sure that both of you must be lacking even the basic knowledge required for your respective professions. In fact, while I am just an Engineering Professional with an absolutely non medical background, I have had a lot of experience with renowned Allopaths & was shocked to find out that in some cases, they did not even match the medical knowledge of a non medical person like me. So, instead of exposing each other in a public forum, it would be better if you focus this energy on enhancing your skills in your individual fields & be of real use to the society & the nation. Lastly, to be true, both Allopathy & Ayurveda are excellent Sciences each having its own advantages & drawbacks & they may be beautifully applied to compliment each other. From my experience, I may safely say that Homoeopathy is much better than any of your damned systems & I can prove that too through my arguments provided I have the time & inclination to do so.

  27. Dear Mehul Kumar,

    I am not a doctor, I am a IT professional. Ayurvedic medicines are my first choice to ordinary diseases, however I am very cautious to Ayurvedic doctors because of the bad experiences I had and news I read. It is my understanding that, Allopathy is an emerging science with most of the development yet to be done, while Ayurveda is almost wholly developed science with narrow chances of further advancement.

    Moreover, I am upset by the way ayurveda is being sold by linking it with Indian culture and history, to take advantage of patriotic sentiments to promote Ayurveda. All sciences should be weighted only by comparison of pros and cons, which Ayurveda promoters, including governments, seems not following.

    Besides that, it is proven fact that Allopathy works way faster then Ayurveda in most of the diseases. Chances of survival in many deadly diseases like Pneumonia (I had it once and allopathic doctor told me that I could have died had I visited him 3 days late) is only 50 % with Ayurveda, but it is close to 100% with allopathy if the disease is diagnosis within a week in both the cases.

    To make my stand clear,

    As a Patient: I would try Ayurveda for 3 days and then switch to allopathy if I don’t feel getting batter.

    As a non-patient: I would prefer Ayurved as proactive measure to stay healthy over allopathy.

    As a student: I would prefer to study modern allopathic advancement over Ayurvedic treatments

    As a investor: I would prefer investing in allopathic research over aturvedic research

    Good thing about Ayurved is that it could be studied in detail without going to college. Good thing about allopathy is that it is more effective in curing deadly diseases.

  28. Aroon must be allopathy practitioner. Is the one thing is sufficient to tell that Hypocratis was the student of ayurveda who has pocessed the degree in ayurveda in takshashila university.And moreover do u think that the jeans pant we are using today is based on the same principle what has been used to were the tree leaves around the waste by man to protect from enviorment.We give more importance to the drugs than the principles.What progess has been made in the field of the principle about infection and pus “Let it out “-u can let it out by incision or u can use laproscope.But using laproscope in not more important.The important thing is the principle what we used there .

  29. dr. vikas patel

    bharat bhai or ashutosh bhai aap jaise logo ki wajah se he.. hamara desh barbad hai… indian kahlane ke layak he ne ho.. angrejo bharat chodo.. i m a mbbs dr. but i love my india and ayurveda..

  30. I have taken auth that I will never use Ayurved (because I am tired of Ayurved supporter bullshit) or Yoga to cure any of my disease, even if I die.

    Can you or your Ramdev take similar auth that you will never use allopathy even if you die? That would require morality which you lack.

    You are just trying to control my decisions by trying to be emotional, but it is not going to work.

  31. whole n sole answer wat r d weak points in ayurvedic dr in order 2 ovr court has allowed 2 learn n practice surgery coz dey r granted with ms ie master of surgery wat evr pathy it may b

  32. all streams of medicines allopathy, unani, homoeopathy, yoga, siddha, antrophosophic medicine, traditional chineese medicine, pranic healing, reiki, tibetan medicine, yoga, etc have theirs own strengths and weaknesses. We have to understand the principles which they standby and make use of them with full knowledge of their principles of working, but not getting brainwashed.. either by pharma companies or by saints…. The irony is that we fail to think when it comes to decisions that we should take for ourselves