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Ayurvedic 'second stage trial' success

Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by 62milestogojoe, Dec 29, 2017.

  1. echobravo

    echobravo Keep searching, the answer is out there

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    This definitely sounds like a practitioner to consider for those who have suffered long-term ME, or with severe ME. Could I ask where the clinic is located?

    Best wishes for your next round of treatment.
     
  2. echobravo

    echobravo Keep searching, the answer is out there

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    Thank you! I just texted Abin on Whatsapp, lets see if he can carve out some time for computer work.
     
  3. echobravo

    echobravo Keep searching, the answer is out there

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    It’s a valid point, and it would be great if we could design a controlled study that took the “holiday factors” into account.

    Wouldn’t one way to establish this be to treat people in their home cities?
     
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  4. Abin

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    It is not plain ghee used for detox. It is medicated ghee
     
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  5. Abin

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    Panchagavya and panchagavya ghritha are different. Panchagavya is a mixture of milk curd, cow urine, cow dung and ghee. It is not good for internal use. Panchagavya ghritha is ghee prepared by adding panchagavya and ghee and boiled for hours, which is good to be consumed
     
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  6. Abin

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    Hi, I'm here, now your can write me
     
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  7. Hip

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    Thanks for the clarification, Abin.

    So is the Ayurvedic treatment given at the Kerala center panchagavya ghrita rather than panchagavya? If so, I guess that would mean all the bacteria in the cow dung have been killed by boiling, so my earlier idea that the panchagavya treatment was a form of fecal transplant (transplanting live bacteria from the cow's intestine to the human intestine) would not be correct.
     
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