There are variety of treatments and cures available, but to which healthcare system would each of them belong? Healthcare professionals consider medicine as being either conventional or alternative. There is such a wide diversity of unconventional treatments accessible, starting from ancient eastern practices like chinese medicine and finishing with therapies which focus on the connection between the body and mind, such as meditation. And such kind of remedy may be useful and helpful for all of us by different beneficial aspects. At first, better influence of alternative remedies attracts the people’s choice in appropriate way than the side-effects of nonconventional medicine. For instance, chemical drugs can badly affect health of people with sensitive constitution. It is often more effective, faster, and gentler to use unconventional medicine than conventional, with no or fewer side-effects and risk of difficulty. For the thousands of year mankind has lived on the Earth and never had a chemical medicine till conventional medicine was founded. We were not designed to consume chemical. Secondly, complementary medicine is cheaper and more accessible than drugs, doctors, and expensive modern western healthcare system. For example, cost of malaria treatment in Ghana was approximately between 900-1300 Ghana cedi. However, treatment by herbalist was almost everywhere and virtually free. So nowadays the same situation is obvious in a lot of parts of the world. And day by day people try to take less chemical and more natural remedies in various regions of the world. Thirdly, different cultures define nonconventional medicine in different ways. It means that defining what is nonconventional in medicine will depend on society’s point of view on healthcare and its culture and geographic location. In eastern societies and cultures, systems such as Ayurvedic Medicine and chinese medicine are being considered as conventional because they have been used...
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