How To Avoid Getting Fooled By False Ayurveda Claims

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How to Avoid Getting Fooled By False Ayurveda Claims

How to Avoid Getting Fooled By False Ayurveda Claims By: SKK Ayurveda and Panchkarma / 22-03-2018

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Everything or everyone that is good in some way suddenly finds hundreds of me-too entities popping up, making it difficult to ascertain which the real one is. Ayurveda is one such field of study. It has been around in India for thousands of years, and is respected the world over for its natural way of improving the lifestyle and general health of a practitioner. But there are several centres which profess to give the real deal. When you look for an Ayurvedic Center in Delhi, you will find hundreds of such centres, offering Ayurvedic massages or herbal pills or even Panchakarma Treatments in Delhi.

So how do you ensure that you are looking at a genuine Ayurveda Centre and not being taken for a ride by some fake centre? There are some easy ways to find out.

  • The safest and easiest way to find out is to speak to some friends or relatives who have used that Ayurveda centre before. No advertisements or websites can give you as accurate and candid a feedback as someone who has actually used the centre’s services.

  • The websites and/or the print advertisements of the centre are a good indicator of the authenticity of the Ayurveda centre.

  • The prices advertised in the advertisements and on websites are a dead giveaway. Too low or too high prices should always raise a red flag in your mind.

  • A company which promises unbelievable results for any problem in a very short time is probably too good to be true. Some Ayurveda treatments might indeed offer quick relief, but claiming that all treatments will work quickly on every ailment is likely to be difficult to implement without examining the patient first.

Although Ayurveda is gaining in popularity, you should avoid getting fooled by slick advertisements and false claims.