For knee, ayurveda found as good as high-end drugs

Ayurveda medicine

Chopra says the study was based on WOMAC, a world wide instrument used to evaluate or measure the effects of pain on a 0-11 scale. A significant improvement was seen in each of the intervention groups. With adverse effects mild, none of the study participants required hospitalisation.

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