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  1. This is a great article that points out the while Ayurveda is really a proven way and lifestyle, purity of the herbs and fruits that are used are essential to prevent creating any other issues that are associated with contamination of heavy metals. Much of the product can be grown fine, but the eqiupment that it gets processed on in parts of India and Nepal can add to the contamination, (not just airborne pollutants). I think dealing with companies that know what they are doing, process and manufacture in the US, (like ElanVeda and Banyan) are more likely to have the strict standards applied. They may procure from outside the US, but they are testing to assure the products meet the standards of the US. Ayruveda is poised for growth, people want alternatives to western medicine, and complimentary medicine as well.

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  3. Tod

    @ayurvedah1 Many of these heavy metal toxicities are intentionally added into the medicine. In Ayurvedic medicine, the traditional medical lore of Hinduism, rasa shastra is a process by which various metals and other substances, including mercury, are purified and combined with herbs in an attempt to treat illnesses. The belief or idea is that if you rid the mercury, lead, etc. of impurities with some treatment of these metals they become safe for consumption.

    This idea is in direct contradiction to modern evidence-based medicine that understand mercury in and of itself and other heavy metals are inherently toxic, and its toxicity is not due to the presence of impurities.

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