In this modern era, people turn to pills and over-the-counter drugs in treating various illnesses and conditions. It just makes sense since the majority of us thinks home remedies are ineffective, probably even just a work of a quack doctor.
But a modern healthcare professional actually spent his whole career using the therapeutic power of ancient medicine. He used spices to heal diseases and boost overall health. Read more in this article on Food Matters:
DOCTOR DEVOTES CAREER TO USING THERAPEUTIC POWER OF ANCIENT MEDICINE
In many parts of the world, including India, spices are considered sacred and used both as a food and for medicine. Due to their effectiveness, this ideology has now spread into Western medicine. Written by Bharat B. Aggarwal, Healing Spices: How to Use 50 Everyday and Exotic Spices to Boost Health and Beat Disease, details the story of an Indian doctor who has dedicated his career to making scientific breakthroughs involving the use of spices to treat chronic diseases. Read more…
Although this may seem unbelievable, but plant-based products, whether they’re in the form of whole foods, herbs, spices, oil, etc, can actually work better than most modern drugs. That said, the therapeutic power of ancient medicine is a real thing.
You could say that technology has helped a lot in developing a variety of ways to treat diseases, because there are no surgeries, vaccines and antibiotics back in the day, which is why they have a lower life expectancy. But traditional medicine in the form of plant foods should not be taken for granted. We just never know, maybe they hold the cure for cancer and other diseases that are left unknown.
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