VEDIX’S MEDICAL REVIEW PROCESS
We strive to build a better and healthy world by bridging the gap between ancient Ayurvedic wisdom and its implementation in today’s fast-paced life of an individual.
- We want to share ancient Ayurvedic remedies, treatments, diets, and lifestyles in the most adaptable form in the current world scenario.
- We want to bring awareness about the integration and interdependency of diets, yoga, lifestyle, and your health, while focusing on Ayurvedic herbal treatments that bring a natural balance to your body, mind, and soul.
- We aim to build your trust in Vedix by reaching out to you with the most authentic and medically verified content that has the highest journalistic standards.
We practice a meticulous process of content reviewing to bring you articles with a strong backing of a thorough verification and fact-check prior to publishing.
- Our panel of Ayurvedic doctors analyzes the logical case of problems that are being addressed in the articles and the contextualities of the solutions. They ensure that there is no apparent conflict of interest.
- The team checks if the article content is not deviating from the fundamental principles of Ayurveda, which are established in Samhitas based on multiple evidence-based studies.
Our ancient Ayurvedic Samhitas are derived from proper clinical trials which were evaluated in five stages:
1. Evidence that is based on therapeutic leads (Aptopadesa)
2. Direct evidence (Pratyaksha)
3. Logical inference (Anumana)
4. Analogy: comparative /control design (Upamana)
5. Reproducible Experimental Evidence (Yukti)
- The team validates the standard clinical therapies and procedures discussed in the articles to treat different ailments related to hair, skin, and immunity.
- They also validate the dosage forms, dosages, contraindications, duration of herbal regimens, etc., that are discussed in the articles.
- They check if the content is also backed by different new-age scientific studies from reliable resources, which further validates the claims mentioned in the articles. They ensure that it is mentioned clearly if it needs more clinical evaluation to determine the efficacy of herbal treatments.
- They check if the content is explicitly supported by facts and if all the reference links of the original sources have been listed.
- They ensure that the article content stays updated with the recent studies while the study limitations are also discussed clearly.
- They check if there is a clear mention of any data on toxicity and side effects warranted by experimental studies.
- They check if the variables which need further investigations are identified and presented clearly.
- They further guide our writers on the theoretical significance and practical implications of Ayurveda and make sure the articles are not misleading in any way.
- They also review the tables, images, and illustrations included in the article for relevance.
- Also, our Ayurvedic doctors share their perspectives or interpretations on the specific topics discussed in the article, which are highlighted in quotes.
Our Sources, References, And Citations
We have strict guidelines to advocate our articles with the standard sources of references and citations. Besides traditional Ayurvedic classic texts such as Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita, Ashtanga hridayam, etc., our teams refer to books, peer-reviewed journals, reports, conference papers, publications from the AYUSH portal, and other research papers from different reputable institutions and medical/Ayurvedic associations across the world.
While reviewing, our Ayurvedic doctors ensure that the reference sources within our articles contain claims that are objective, authoritative, and evidence-based. And, you can access our reference sources from the links provided at the bottom of each of our articles in the blog.
Our Ayurvedic doctors team continuously track ongoing research and breakthroughs happening across the world regarding the efficacy, safety, and regulation of ancient Ayurvedic treatments based on scientific evidence. They keep monitoring the advancements happening in the establishments of correlations among Ayurveda, new-age diseases, and modern medicine. Also, their research includes finding the most efficient ways to adapt Ayurvedic diets, lifestyles, and herbal treatments in contemporary times. While our Ayurvedic doctors share their understanding and crucial insights with our writers’ team from time to time, it enables us to maintain our articles updated with current and more comprehensive content.
Also, our doctors analyze the feedback or concerns received from our readers, which helps us to optimize our content timely by taking down any information that is unclear, inaccurate, or contradictory.