Sharing an open letter yoga guru Ramdev on Monday asked to the Indian Medical Association (IMA) whether the allopathy treatment offered permanent treatment to the diseases like diabetes and hypertension. In the letter shared on his Twitter handle, Ramdev asked 25 questions to IMA, which had a problem with his video running down allopathy treatment for COVID-19. This comes following day after the prominent yoga master had to pull out his assertion scrutinizing the efficacy of allopathy treatment.
“Does the pharma industry have permanent treatment for thyroid, arthritis, colitis and asthma?” he posed in his letter.
He also asked if the there are allopathy medicines for liver cirrhosis and fatty liver. “Like you found a cure for TB and chicken pox, look for treatments for liver ailments. After All, allopathy is now 200 years old.” The yoga guru further asked what non-surgical treatment does the allopathic treatment has for heat blockage adding “What treatment is there for cholesterol.”
“Does the pharma industry have treatment for migraine?”, or treatment for constipation and bloating amnesia without any side effects, asked Ramdev.
The yoga guru went on to list modern day ailments such as Parkinson’s disease and asked if allopathy had any painless cure to treat infertility as well as to reverse ageing and increase hemoglobin.
The yoga guru proceeded to list advanced illnesses like Parkinson’s infection and inquired as to whether allopathy had any painless treatment for infertility, reverse ageing and increase hemoglobin.
“Doctors should not fall ill at all if allopathy is all powerful and ‘sarvagun sampanna’ (having all good qualities),” he stated.
On Sunday, the yoga and ayurveda master was asked to take back his statements over allopathic treatment in a video clip in which he was heard saying “lakhs have died from taking allopathic medicines for COVID-19.”
His statements has embarked a huge controversy and prompted Union Health Ministry and Indian Medical Association and others sending him letters.
He has been also heard of questioning the medicines being used in treating Covid-19 patients during these Covid crisis.