1. Where can I buy Veer products?
You can buy Veer products at leading chemists or shop online on our website www.veerhealthcare.net
2. What are the various health issues for which Veer remedies are available?
Veer products are available as a remedy for various health issues. Our range of products include medication for Calcium, Slimming, Cough, Digestion, Acidity, Hair, Piles, Memory, Malaria, Analgesic, Cardiac, Protein, Health Tonic, Psorasis etc.
3. Where can I get a detailed description about Veer products?
You can get a detailed description of our products on our official website www.veerhealthcare.net. You can also reach out to us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Are there any animal ingredients present in the formulation of Veer products?
Veer products are produced from 100% natural raw materials and no animal ingredients are used in any products.
5. Are Veer products tested on animals?
No, Veer products are 100% cruelty free and not tested on animals.
6. Can one get in-house Expert Opinion or Suggestions for our queries?
Yes you can get an opinion from our in house Expert by filling up a form on our website in the Ask Our Vaid section.
1. Why should I choose Ayurveda, over other systems of medicine?
“Ayurveda holds that we are thoughts which created bodies. In Western medicine we are a material (body) which creates thoughts”. This is the basic difference. So the basic reason you may choose Ayurveda is the fact that Ayurveda works on a vast expansive model which involves the manipulation and understanding of the play of consciousness and not merely matter (which is merely one manifestation of consciousness).
Traditional western medicine (and often other healing modalities also) treat only a part of the patient – the part which is considered as being ill — the material part. The Ayurvedic approach treats the whole person (physically, emotionally, mentally, socially, and spiritually) in the belief that one cannot safely split a person into parts. For example, the Ayurvedic healer may inquire into the way the person thinks, believing that thoughts manifest themselves in the biochemistry of the body. So in western medicine, after extensive diagnostics, often the disease or cluster of symptoms is isolated, and the disease becomes the sole area of attention of the traditional physicians. Triumph over that particular disease or set of symptoms is considered restoration of health. Not so in Ayurveda.
Also, Ayurveda is a natural therapy; hence it has no or fewer side effects or almost no complications (when taken responsibly and on the advice of an expert) whereas other systems of medicine often have lots of side effects and several complications.
2. Does Ayurvedic treatment take a long time to heal ailments?
No. This is a common misconception regarding Ayurveda. The question you have to ask yourself is: are you looking for a quick fix or mere suppression of symptoms or are you actually seeking to dissolve the deep rooted cause of the imbalance and rejuvenate deeply? We recommend if you are looking for a quick fix or a quick suppression then Ayurveda is not the right modality for you. But if you are looking to get to the bottom of your imbalance then Ayurveda, in a relatively short time (you will be surprised) will begin to offer its benefits.
In reality, the time to heal any imbalance depends on various factors – age, type of disease, degree of imbalance, whether it is acute or chronic, how many doshas, tissues, organs and channels are involved in the disease process. If the disease is newly formed and is with a single dosha and tissue involvement, then Ayurveda can balance this condition very quickly. On the other hand if the condition is formed with the aggravation of two or three doshas, and if more organs and channels are involved, and it has become somewhat chronic then naturally, the treatment takes longer time to restore this imbalance.
3. Can I take allopathic medicines, including prescription drugs, and Ayurvedic herbal supplements at the same time?
Before altering the schedule of prescription medications you follow, or additionally taking Ayurvedic herbal supplements, always check with your physician or primary health care provider. Ayurveda can be used in conjunction with Western allopathic medicine. Drugs save lives, but because of their toxicity, sometimes they can also weaken or damage the body. Ayurveda can help protect and make the body stronger after or along with drugs or surgery.
4. How is diagnosis done in Ayurveda?
Diagnostic procedures in Ayurveda are two pronged; one is aimed to establish the state and type of pathology and second to decide the mode of treatment tobe applied. The former implies examination of the patient and make different investigations to diagnose the disease entity. Inspection, palpation, percussion and interrogation are the main modes of physical examination. The second type of examination is to assess the strength and physical status of the individual so that accordingly the type of management required could be planned. For this examination of Prakriti (Body constitution), Saar (Tissue quality), Samhnan (physique), Satva (Mental strength), Satamya (specific adaptability), Aaharshakti (diet intake capacity), Vyayaam shakti (exercise capacity) and Vaya (age) is done. On the basis of this examination the individual is decided to be having Pravar bal (excellent strength), Madhyam Bal (moderate strength) or Heen Bal (low strength).
5. Where do raw materials for manufacturing ayurvedic medicines come from?
What ever is natural whether belonging to plants or animals or minerals: all are considered the source of raw material for Ayurvedic medicines. However 600 medicinal plant products are commonly used.
6. What are the common Ayurveda Medicines which can be used without consulting the doctors?
Simple herbal medicines like powders, pills & tablets, syrups and decoctions can be used for the management of common ailments like cough, cold, fever, indigestion, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, body & joint pains etc, even without the prescription of a doctor. Similarly, herbal tonics/ health foods can also be consumed if the same do not create any alarming discomfort or upsets.
7. How safe is to buy Ayurveda Medicines over the counter?
Medicines are safe if the manufacturer is licensed and the label of the container specifically describes date of manufacturing, expiry date, batch number of the medicine, dose and indications along with ingredients of the medicine and necessary precaution.
1. Should one consume Veer medicines with food or on empty stomach?
Veer medicines can be taken with food or on empty stomach.
2. Can Veer medicines be taken during Pregnancy & Lactation?
We recommend the use of our products during pregnancy & lactation with proper medical supervision and as per your Physician’s directions. This is because our products have not been tested during pregnancy and lactation and its effect on babies have not been determined.
3. For how long should one consume Veer medicines?
Veer medicines should be consumed till symptoms subside or as directed by your Physician.
4. What are the general precautions that must be taken while consuming Veer products?
Products should be kept out of reach of children and recommended tests by your physician should be done.
5. Are there any Drug interactions while using Veer products?
No drug interaction studies have been conducted with FDC of the herbs used in Veer medicines. Generally no significant drug interactions have been observed in the herbs.
6. Who should be careful while consuming Veer medicines?
Patients with various Cardiac, Renal, and Hepatic, Thyroid, Lungs, Pulmonary or any other chronic or acute disorders should take Veer products under their physician’s directions.