Raphacure believes in wholistic offerings to their clients. In that quest, we are offering ayurvedic treatments with a combination of online and on-premise interventions. Ayurveda is an age old Indian traditional therapy and now you can access top therapists from the comfort of your home or office. Our strategic tie-up with Madhavbaug has enhanced the reach to 270 plus ayurvedic clinical centres and 2 hospitals. With the increase in lifestyle related ailments such as obesity, heart disease at a young age, diabetes etc, there is a need to look at alternate therapy of ayurveda. Ayurveda helps you heal using an approach of wholesomeness and depending upon your specific physiology. There are no side effects and ayurveda is the best and popular option for detox. Our offers are both short term and long term treatments to cure your disease. Ayurveda helps in curing cancer, heart disease, respiratory illnesses, overweight and many other illnesses. We are bridging the care using the latest technology at hand so that you can be at peace of mind and be healthy. You can simply choose your different ayurvedic packages for long term wellness.
A brand medication is the “innovator” or pioneer, and gets patent and exclusivity protection so generics can't compete right away. Generic medications must meet the same quality, strength, and purity standards as brands, so they have the same benefits and effects.
Once the patent expires, other manufacturers duplicate and market their own versions of the drug. Since the manufacture of these generic drugs do not involve a repeat of the extensive clinical trials to prove their safety and efficacy, it costs less to develop them.
Some consumers are reluctant to use generic medications, thinking they are inferior to “the real thing.” Doctors are also a big part of the problem. Up to half of physicians hold negative perceptions about generic drugs.
jointly by Drugs Inspectors of Central Government and State Government to verify the compliance with the conditions of license and the provisions of the Drugs & Cosmetics Act and Rules for not less than once in three years or as needed as per risk based approach.