Yes, it is one of the very safe treatment systems in the world. Ayurveda identifies that the more powerful a substance is, the more toxic it is as well. So, Ayurvedic system shows the significance of selecting the moderate intervention that can rectify the problem as the best alternative. So, the conventional therapies and products elaborated in Ayurveda are designed with safety as an initial criterion. That is why they are sometimes regarded slow. However, if the disease is very chronic and is responsible for the damage to the body within a short time, Ayurveda is open to the use of strong substances as well.
Yes, many people who seek Ayurvedic treatment for chronic diseases and problems linked to old age are diabetic, Hypertensive or on medication for thyroid and various other problems. From our experience, they do not have any problem by using Allopathic medicines at the same time with Ayurvedic medicines and therapeutic procedures.
Ayurveda does not guarantee to cure every disease. On the other side, it classifies diseases and different stages of the diseases into treatable, controllable and in-curable. For example, once a person is completely Diabetic, he cannot be recovered according to Ayurveda. His condition can only be pulled off. Although Ayurveda is the best cure for various diseases.
Yes, Ayurveda has a specific branch called Koumara bhritya (Paediatrics), which deals with disease of the children and their cure.
Yes, Ayurveda can be a very good and integral system in the cure of various chronic and serious diseases, even those conditions not reacting to customary medicine. It can also be a powerful and standalone solution to various chronic diseases such as Slipped Disc, Cervical spondylosis with radiculopathy, etc.