Ayurveda and Allopathy:
Ayurveda means “the science of life”. Ayurveda or ayurvedic medicine is a system of cure that was originated thousands of years ago in India. Ayurvedic remedies supplies both healing and precautionary measures towards most favorable physical, mental and spiritual well being. The philosophy which is basically related to ayurveda is preventing unnecessary suffering and living a long, healthy life. Thus ayurveda solution which is made up of herbs is based on direct sense perception, logical inference and hearing from authoritative sources, that is saints or realized souls.
On the other hand, Allopathy which is also known as “conventional medicine” is developed in the West. It is also called as the Modern System of Medicine. In this system the diseases are treated with drugs which are having opposite effects to the existing symptoms. It was originated from ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian medicine. Allopathy is based on major three steps: hypothesis, experimentation and observation and finally the theory or the conclusion. In today’s world, allopathy follows a methodological approach towards diagnosing and treating patience.
But the major difference between them lies is the period of curing the illness. Ayurveda comparatively takes a long period of time to cure, whereas in most of the cases allopathic treatment cures the diseases within a short span of time. Although the negative side is allopathy treatment sometimes may causes side effects like hair loss, weak health, allergies and many more. But no such side effects can really be found in ayurvedic treatment. Now-a-days, many doctors those who are practicing allopathy even suggest many ayurvedic medicines for their patients. Still there is no alternative of ayurvedic treatment. This healing method is still widely accepted by almost all countries of the world.