This should be a top priority article. tmtoulouse 19:03, 21 August 2010 (UTC)
- Oh gawd, I just (literally) read all of Wiki4CAM as well ... but yeah. Is it showing as an entry point or something? - David Gerard (talk) 20:46, 21 August 2010 (UTC)
I am an Indian Computer Science undergrad. (Just so that you know I may have a bias) I am highly amused by the material in this wiki. That said, I just saw this article. I went into the Wikipedia page, and saw that it more or less agrees with you.
This kind of shocked me, because I thought that Ayurveda is scientific. Now, as I said I read the Wikipedia article, and I believe it. (It has unscientific roots, it has proponents who use stupid arguments, are cracks etc). On the other hand, I have a personal experience using Ayurveda, and it works. I had Vasomotor rhinitis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhinitis) (disclaimer: it is not an official diagnosis from a doctor. I concluded it from the symptoms, chiefly stuffy nose for more than 2 years) I have used bresol (http://www.himalayahealthcare.com/products/bresol.htm), and it worked. (if I use it steadily for ~ 1 week the symptoms heavily reduce for the next month) It did not cure the problem though.
So, I am no expert in medicine, but can you give this a second chance? One place I will like to point out is http://www.himalayahealthcare.com/researchpaper/index.htm Bresol, for example have quite a few papers on how it was used to treat respiratory disorders.
Aditya— Unsigned, by: Bsrkaditya / talk / contribs Actually Ayurveda makes no such claims whatsoever that cow urine is beneficial. I have undergone Ayurvedic treatment. It really works for ailments like cold, stomach infection and controlling Rhinitis. The doctor however never claimed to cure my grandfather's aclesia cardia and he himself refered a physician. Bhuchosen (talk) 05:56, 8 March 2013 (UTC)