Thursday, 10 September 2020

AYUSH Doctors cannot Practice Allopathy in Emergencies, Says Karnataka

AYUSH Doctors cannot Practice Allopathy in Emergencies, Says Karnataka

The Karnataka state government has ordered that AYUSH doctors cannot prescribe allopathic medications even during emergencies.

Earlier the AYUSH doctors were authorized to do so. The orders states that there is no scope for a person enrolled on the state or the central register of Indian medicine to practice modern scientific medicine in any office branches unless that the person is also enrolled on a state medical register within the meaning of 1956 Act.

The right to practice modern scientific medicine or Indian system of medicine cannot be based on the provisions of the drug rules and declaration made thereon by State governments. Hence the holders of a degree in integrated courses of Indian medicine can no longer prescribe allopathic drugs. Previously AYUSH doctors working in government sector were allowed to prescribe allopathic medicine for primary care. The G.O that came on Monday deems the practice of Allopathic drugs illegal.

Source:deccanherald.com

The AYUSH Doctors in Maharashtra are given consent to practice allopathy after having a course in pharmacolgy. This was given in 2014. The post can be seen This was given in 2014. The post can be seen here

Karnataka government has given consent to the Ayurveda doctors to prescribe allopathy drugs in 2013. The related post was once shared in homoeoscan and can be found related post was once shared in homoeoscan and can be found here.

It is illegal to practice or prescribe allopathic medication in the state of Kerala. Homoeopathy in its whole has all the remedies to treat almost all natural diseases. Its always best to stick on to your system that you have learned. This stand is the most acceptable one. What Dr Hahnemann, the father of Homoeopathy say 200 years ago is valid even now. The the doctor of Homoeopathic degree should not do is said in the post here

 § 52 Sixth Edition
There are but two principle methods of cure: the one based only on accurate observation of nature,on careful experimentation and pure experience, the homoeopathic (before we never designedly used) and a second which does not do this, the heteropathic or allopathic. Each opposes the other, and only he who does not know either can hold the delusion that they can ever approach each other or even become united, or to make himself so ridiculous as to practice at one time homoeopathically at another allopathically, according to the pleasure of the patient; a practice which may be called criminal treason against divine homoeopathy.

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