Ayurveda

@article{Fleischman1976Ayurveda,
  title={Ayurveda},
  author={Paul R. Fleischman},
  journal={International Journal of Social Psychiatry},
  year={1976},
  volume={22},
  pages={282 - 287}
}
  • P. Fleischman
  • Published 1976
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Social Psychiatry
AYURVEDA, the medicine of classical Hindu culture, continues side by side in India with allopathic (or &dquo;Western&dquo;) medicine. There are now more registered practitioners of Ayurveda than of allopathy in India, and though its relative strength is apt to diminish in the near future, it remains a major force in that country’s health care system, particularly in the treatment of psychiatric and psychosomatic illnesses. 
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