Allopathy and Ayurveda are superior in terms of the term for which they have helped humanity.
Allopathy, as we comprehend it now, is a product of technological progress in our ability to “see”
the inner functioning of the body and therefore most of its healing practices are barely 200 years
old. Ayurveda, on the other hand, has been about for almost 1000/2000 years, if not longer.
If we especially want to conjecture what it means, there is one really simple topic we have to
ask for allopathy.
So, it is apparent that allopathy, at this time is a bit like a fast fix of curing an individual body but
a scary indication of a huge crisis for humanity at large.
If we look at Ayurveda, it may not be able to remedy a plague or malaria that allopathy can, but
it absolutely has its own moderate way of producing an imbalanced body backwards to balance
and hence it is not attending pathogens to evolve and decreasing lifestyle diseases by offering a
way of life by its slow and holistic remedy that has more than just physic popping as an antidote.
If we really begin looking at “curing” as a more grown-up problem in the connection of humanity,
it is evident that allopathy is excellent in correcting an individual human while it is blind to the
cause of the more prominent collective that we are and henceforth, while it solves the dilemma
for one and now, it also generates more problems to the whole of humankind that has to exist
over a more elevated length of time.