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Internationalizing Ayurveda Research: Wash Me But Don’t Get Me Wet

Dr. med. Christian S. Kessler.

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Abstract
During the last years an increasing number of discussions, forums, blogs and publications have surfaced depicting Ayurveda as a critically endangered medical species, threatened in particular by modern Western developments and globalization. The latest fear-raising stories to unfold portray integrative and complementary medicine as post-colonial allopathic relabeling-conspiracies with the goal to absorb Ayurveda´s crown jewels into a black medical hole of integrative whateverism – without giving credit to Ayurveda.

Key words: Internationalizing Ayurveda, Research


 
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