Yog guru Ramdev asks IMA 25 questions, withdrawing prior statements on allopathy meds.

Yog Guru Ramdev

Yog Guru Ramdev

Yoga guru Ramdev on Monday, in an "open letter" on his Twitter, handle posted 25 questions to Indian Medical Association. The Twitter post followed after he was forced to withdraw his statement on the effectiveness of Allopathy medicines. 

He asked IMA if allopathy had offered any permanent relief for hypertension and type-1 and two diabetes.

"Does the pharma industry have permanent treatment for thyroid, arthritis, colitis, and asthma?" he asked.

The yoga guru asked if allopathy has treatment or medicine for fatty liver and liver cirrhosis.

"Like you found a cure for TB and chicken pox, look for treatments for liver ailments. After All, allopathy is now 200 years old."

He further asked if there is any non-surgical treatment for heart blockage.

"What treatment is there for cholesterol?"

"Does the pharma industry have treatment for migraine?" or any treatment for constipation and bloating amnesia without having any side effects, he said.

He went on to list Parkinson's disease, increase hemoglobin, reverses aging, and asked if allopathy had any painless cure for treating infertility.

"Doctors should not fall ill at all if allopathy is all-powerful and 'sarvagun sampanna' (having all good qualities)," he remarked.

Ramdev, on Sunday, was forced to withdraw a statement he made in a viral video clip where he is heard saying that "lakhs have died from taking allopathic medicines for COVID-19." In the video, he is also heard questioning some of the medicines that are being used to treat Covid-19. The remarks he made met with huge protests from the doctors' association, after which the Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan forced him to withdraw the "extremely unfortunate" statement.

Source: the print.in




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