For starters, ailments in Ayurvedic medicine are diagnosed merely by examining one’s pulse . Examining the pulse is good for precisely that, finding out heart rate (which can be indicative of a handful of things ), but the Chopras of the world claim it can diagnose almost everything , including spiritual inclination, menstrual problems, blood disorders, and constipation. This has never been replicated in a laboratory setting. Furthermore, some Ayurvedic treatments have been shown to contain lead and mercury . I’m not sure how that affects one’s quantum state, but as far as your health, it’s not f*cking good. If they don’t contain lead, they tend to just not do much of anything at all .