Unani Training and Contrast with Conventional Medicine
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Like any other traditional system of medicine, Unani also relies on preparing medicines from herbs obtained from the field or the forest. This involves gathering, processing – either by cutting or other action, and then mixing it with other herbal ingredients to prepare medicines for specific ailments. The videos in this section provide a glimpse into how Unani doctors talk about this aspect of their practice.
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