Any reviews of Jiva Ayurveda?

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Friends, I am suffering from hyper acidity since Feb of this year and after trying lot of allopathic treatment now I have decided to turn to Ayurveda. I took some online assessment which shows my Pitta is imbalanced and on higher side.

I saw some videos of Dr Pratap Chauhan from Jiva Ayurveda on YouTube and hence decided to call them. They took my details and then a doc called me and asked about all my symptoms. She said my Pitta is surely imbalanced and I need ayurveda treatment to cure it from root. She said Jiva Ayurveda will send medicines for a month and I have to pay Rs 1697 for the medicines.. And the treatment will last for about 6-7 months. And I will have to follow lot of diet restrictions for which chart will be sent along with medicines.

Money is one thing, but my concern is what if they send some steroid mixed medicines. Hence want to check if anyone has any experience/reviews of Jiva Ayurveda treatments.

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cocay wrote:

Stay away from the crooks

Which company is good , in case you have any experience
Dabur ? Baidyanath ? Himalaya ? confused
Not talking about any particular illness , but in general smile

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androgame wrote:

Which company is good , in case you have any experience
Dabur ? Baidyanath ? Himalaya ? confused
Not talking about any particular illness , but in general smile

No idea, can’t recommend any. Try their products and judge for yourself.

I suggested to stay away from Jiva because of my experience.
OP should probably find out the root cause of his acidity issue and then try readymade ayurvedic formulations or alter diet based on self analysis.

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Consult with any good Ayurvedic doctor & note down the medicines. AVS Kottakal (Arya Vaidya Sala Kottakkal) gets good reviews, check if the recommended medicines are available with them. If not then you can go with Dabur, Baidyanath, Jiva etc.

If you buy Ayurvedic herbs in America then active components are standardized & mentioned.

Eg.- Himalaya Ashwagandha in US mentioning active component Withanolides percentage & quantity.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/637776/medium/IMG_20200919_102337.jpg?1600491456

Ashwagandha (below pic)  offered by Himalaya in India which doesn’t mention percentage of active component.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/637777/medium/IMG_20200919_102306.jpg?1600491621

Product offered in US might be expensive being organic & potent but   at least customer can find out whether this herb (or medicine) works for him.

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cocay wrote:

No idea, can’t recommend any. Try their products and judge for yourself.

I suggested to stay away from Jiva because of my experience.
OP should probably find out the root cause of his acidity issue and then try readymade ayurvedic formulations or alter diet based on self analysis.

Bro.. Can u mention your bad experience with Jiva? Thr Ayurveda doc from Jiva who spoke with me understood my problem in the sense she could also say are you feeling this also, that also, etc which I was feeling. But their medicines I am not sure.

Bro.. Can u mention your bad experience with Jiva? Thr Ayurveda doc from Jiva who spoke with me understood my problem in the sense she could also say are you feeling this also, that also, etc which I was feeling. But their medicines I am not sure.By the way one thing the doc mentioned is my digestion is poor so what I have done is started taking Zandu Pancharishta after meals since past 2 days.

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cadence wrote:

Consult with any good Ayurvedic doctor & note down the medicines. AVS Kottakal (Arya Vaidya Sala Kottakkal) gets good reviews, check if the recommended medicines are available with them. If not then you can go with Dabur, Baidyanath, Jiva etc.

If you buy Ayurvedic herbs in America then active components are standardized & mentioned.

Eg.- Himalaya Ashwagandha in US mentioning active component Withanolides percentage & quantity.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/637776/medium/IMG_20200919_102337.jpg?1600491456

Ashwagandha (below pic)  offered by Himalaya in India which doesn’t mention percentage of active component.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/637777/medium/IMG_20200919_102306.jpg?1600491621

Product offered in US might be expensive being organic & potent but   at least customer can find out whether this herb (or medicine) works for him.

Thanks, bro..the problem is docs do not mention the medicines

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