Oriental healing systems and all exotic sciences are also considered alternate due to the prejudice that modern practitioners hold. Ayurveda is a curative science that prevents diseases by sobering lifestyles, advocating the consumption of natural vegetative matter and Earthly elements traces.
Ayurveda does not often deliver a time-bound veritable cure, but its palliative and preventive impact are noticeable if consumed as advised. Diet manipulation and variation, abstinence, and exercise, chiefly Yoga, are essential to this practice. In the end, benefit accrues tremendously from a healthy lifestyle, as the system advocates.
Sustained consumption of Ayurvedic medicine is helpful without any or little side effects. However, like any healing science, the delivery should be at the hand of an experienced doctor, and the drugs should conform to safety standards. The pharma industry in India is manufacturing medicines keeping safety standards and efficacy as a regulatory measure.
Being holistic the system incorporates spices in food as part of treatment, prevention, and cure. There are certain spices like Turmeric, coriander powder, cumin, and asafoetida with preventive properties used in daily diet.