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Free Ayurvedic medical camp concludes in Mokokchung

By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Nov 26, 2023 10:19 pm
Jay along with MDT20CF officials after the three-day free ayurvedic medical camp in Mokokchung town on November 24.

MOKOKCHUNG — A three-day free ayurvedic medical camp, organised by the Mokokchung District T20 Cricket Federation (MDT20CF), in collaboration with Therapist Jay Ayurveda Centre in Sovima village, Chümoukedima, at P Shilu Park in Mokokchung concluded on November 25.

Therapist Jay along with 21 members treats children below 10 years of age without charges, while more than 500 citizens turnout to seek natural ayurvedic therapy.

A 40-year-old therapist Jay has more than 2 decades of experience in ayurvedic therapy. He has passion for providing free treatment to children with sensitive health issues. He expressed optimism about future collaborations with churches and emphasised the importance of early treatment for childhood illnesses.

Meanwhile, Jay expressed gratitude for the warm reception in Mokokchung. He, however, raised serious concern about the prevalent consumption rate of alcohol and tobacco among the patients as per his observation during the course of a three-day medical camp. He stated that consumption of alcohol and tobacco contributes to nerve damage and related health issues.

He also prescribed the use of homemade remedies and a YouTube channel under the name ‘Therapist Jay’ if they want to inquire about health problems and ayurvedic therapy. He informed that many patients treated during the camp displayed signs of damaged ear nerves and fatty liver conditions.

Jay recounted his transformative experience after taking baptism three years ago in Nagaland, where he witnessed numerous miracle healings during his medical camps across 32 villages in Nagaland.

President of the MDT20CF, Imnayanger, shared the success of the medical camp. He expressed satisfaction with the positive response from the public and the medical experts, who have provided ample health services for many elderly citizens.

The camp addressed a range of health issues including sinus and eye ailments with patients expressing relief and eagerness for further ayurvedic treatment.

By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Nov 26, 2023 10:19:16 pm
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