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Since ayurveda is able to cure ailments for which modern medicine has not been able to offer solutions, pharma giants are buying up rights for “traditional practices”, said P. Murali Krishna, professor, Sri Venkateswara Ayurvedic College and Hospital.

He said a U.S.-based pharma giant had purchased rights for a traditional ayurvedic practice for 15 years. More such transactions were on the cards, he said.

Two points

1) This should be eye opener for my allopath friends who still live in denial mode and not ready to accept power of Ayurveda

2) Does not matter much if they buy rights of procedures. With reductionist attitude, it is not possible to receive wholesome benefits of Ayurvedic procedures.


Pharma giants buying up rights for Ayurvedic practices: expert


Since ayurveda is able to cure ailments for which modern medicine has not been able to offer solutions, pharma giants are buying up rights for “traditional practices”, said P. Murali Krishna, professor, Sri Venkateswara Ayurvedic College and Hospital.

Dr. Krishna delivered the keynote address on “Management of skin disorders” at a national-level seminar organised by Kerala-based Vaidyaratnam Oushadha Sala here on Thursday.

He said a U.S.-based pharma giant had purchased rights for a traditional ayurvedic practice for 15 years. More such transactions were on the cards, he said.

Dr Krishna said several ailments, particularly skin, for which modern medicine offered no sustainable remedies, had cures in ayurveda.

The three-pronged approach of ayurveda — diet, drugs and life style — had a cure for chronic skin aliments like psoriasis and eczema which were suppressed only temporarily by antibiotics and steroids.

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