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Soon we publish here an addition

Soon we publish here an additional selection of speciality products used by the Orang Asli * – the original native Malayan people living nowa cal science. Despite of the Orang Asli’s isolated existence distanced from any days still only of natural products.

We found a way to access their knowledge and secrets about nature’s wonders still hidden from the modern pharmaceutical-chemical science  of our modern  society – in which we call our own children today “digital natives” because even on sunny Saturdays they happily enjoy their online being at all time having their  smartphones along wherever they go whatever they do – the unveiling of their medical secrets drove us to subsequent action:
 

   

we are excited to announce that soon we will be able to offer truly allopathic / homoeopathic products addressing
 

 

 men’s health products

women’s health products

pain-healing products

just coffee – but truly wakens you up:

have a coffee before you leave office and enjoy your family

* Orang Asli is a collective term (which means original or first peoples in Malay) for some 18 ethnic groups of less than 150,000 in total who are widely regarded as comprising peninsular Malaysia's original inhabitants …in the sense that they pre-date the arrival of Malays. Nowadays as before they live in the vast forest areas of Malaysia.
For more information visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orang_Asli


What is the difference between Allopathy, Homeopathy and Ayurvedic medicens ?
http://www.sciforums.com/threads/what-is-the-difference-between-allopathy-homeopathy-and-ayurvedic-medicens.77292/            
Allopathy
Some medical dictionaries define the term Allopathy or Allopathic medicine as the treatment of disease using conventional evidence-based medical therapies, as opposed to the use of alternative medical or non-conventional therapies.

The term allopathic, an adjective, is used in medicine to distinguish one form of medical practice, medical tradition, or medical profession from another. The term was coined by the founder of homeopathic medicine, and was used through the 19th Century as a derogatory term for the practitioners of orthodox medicine.The meaning and controversy surrounding  the term can be traced to its original usage during a heated 19th-century debate between   practitioners of homeopathy, and those they derisively referred to as "allopaths."

Homeopathy
Homeopathy was created by Samuel Hahnemann in the late 18th century.The therapeutic applications of the remedies used in homeopathy are recorded in homeopathic materia medica, and practitioners select treatments according to a patient consultation that explores both the physical and psychological state of the patient.
Homeopathy (also homœopathy or homoeopathy; from the Greek ὅμοιος, hómoios, "similar"  + πάθος, páthos, "suffering" or "disease") is a popular alternative medicine that is  controversial because of its lack of scientific plausibility and confirmation. Homeopaths contend that remedies for diseases can be created by taking substances which cause symptoms similar to that disease and repeatedly diluting and shaking them hard between each dilution. According to homeopaths the 'therapeutic powers' of the substance are retained by the diluent (water, sugar, or alcohol), but that the dilution removes any toxic effects. The end product is so diluted that it is indistinguishable from pure water, sugar or alcohol by laboratory tests but is still claimed to have an effect on consumers. Standard science labels this a placebo effect.

Ayurveda
Ayurveda (Devanagari:
आयुर्वेद) or Ayurvedic medicine is an ancient system of health care that is native to the Indian subcontinent. It is presently in daily use by millions of people in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, and it was a major influence on the development of Unani, Chinese and Tibetan Medicine[citation needed]. The word "Ayurveda" is a tatpurusha compound of the word āyus meaning "life", "life principle", or "long life" and the word veda, which refers to a system of "knowledge". Thus "Ayurveda" roughly translates as the "knowledge of life", or "knowledge of a long life". According to Charaka Samhita, "life" itself is defined as the "combination of the body, sense organs, mind and soul, the factor responsible for preventing decay and death, which sustains the body over time, and guides the processes of rebirth" [1][2] According to this perspective, Ayurveda is concerned with measures to protect "ayus", which includes healthy living along with therapeutic measures that relate to physical, mental, social and spiritual harmony. Ayurveda is also one among the few traditional systems of medicine to contain a sophisticated system of surgery (which is referred to as "salya-chikitsa").



 

 

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