I came to Rajeev and Suchada Marwah’s Ayurvedic Treatment Center for my initial evaluation more than two years ago, sort of a last resort. I had been treated by western practitioners at various clinics for 30+ years for eight registered disabilities, including joint replacements, diabetes, arthritis, lumbar degeneration, and more. I was using a walker and a wheelchair to go shopping.
I had just gotten into remission from Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma after completing extended protocols of chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
My immune system was seriously depleted. I had been put into intensive care by the hospital for life-threatening infections; I think three times within six months.
I had lost some mental acuity and physical dexterity.
I was a very old seventy-nine-year-old and putting things in order before my passing. Not all that has changed, but the most important things have.
When I am in the USA, I drive. – cautiously but safely. I use a shopping cart for stability at supermarkets and malls. I walk a half-mile without assistance. I am more mentally alert and productive. My friends, acquaintances and relatives are unanimously impressed by my more healthy aura. My wife attests to my restored sense of humour. Younger friends and strangers are less solicitous.
My prescribed medications are still necessary, but the dosages are less, especially those potentially destructive. That includes pain killing narcotics and diabetes medications that threaten other organs.
Western medicine is, of course, partially responsible. But the doctors there were always concerned more with treating symptoms, not the origins of my afflictions. AYU remedies have improved circulation in critical areas, increased range of motion in shoulders, hips, lumbar discs, and improved meditation techniques. I do not see a cardiologist.
AND I HAVE REGAINED MUCH INNER PEACE, CONFIDENCE AND DESIRE TO PAY BACK FOR ALL THE GIFTS AND TALENTS THAT I HAVE BEEN BLESSED TO RECEIVE. I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO CONTINUED PRODUCTIVITY IN LIFE.
So now I give my thanks to the Drs. Marwah, their staff, and Guner, my wife and caregiver for these many years…LOL. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.