Ayurveda: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1: [18] Research suggests that Terminalia arjuna is useful in alleviating the pain of ________ and in treating heart failure and coronary artery disease.
HypertensionMyocardial infarctionAtherosclerosisAngina pectoris

Question 2: [36] In ________, the number of traditional Ayurveda practitioners is greater than trained modern medicine professionals.
PakistanMalaysiaMaldivesSri Lanka

Question 3: Some traditional Ayurvedic treatments use toxic metals, herbs, and ________ as part of their remedies.
SolidCalciumMineralCarbon

Question 4: [1] Evolving throughout its history, Ayurveda remains an influential system of medicine in ________.
Brāhmī scriptPunjabi languageIndiaSouth Asia

Question 5: [2] The ________ and the Charaka Samhita were influential works on traditional medicine during this era.
AvicennaMuhammad ibn Zakariya al-RaziSushruta SamhitaAbu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi

Question 6: [66] There is evidence that using some Ayurvedic medicines, especially those involving herbs, metals, minerals, or other materials involves potentially serious risks, including ________.
ToxicityPoisonMercury poisoningLead poisoning

Question 7: [7 ] Treatment of complex ailments, including ________, diabetes, hypertension, and stones, also ensued during this period.
AtherosclerosisAngina pectorisCoronary artery diseaseMyocardial infarction

Question 8: [7 ] The study of the vital ________ or marma is of special importance.
Han Mu DoPressure pointHapkidoAiki (martial arts principle)

Question 9: [55] A review of Ayurveda and ________ concluded that while the herbal evidence is not yet convincing, the spices are appropriate, some herbs are promising, and yoga is also a promising complementary treatment.
PneumopericardiumHeart diseaseCoronary artery aneurysmCardiovascular disease

Question 10: Ayurveda traces its origins to the Vedas, ________ in particular, and is connected to Hindu religion.
AtharvavedaRigvedaRamayanaKalpa (Vedanga)
















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