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These last lines further show that the spiritual realm's consistent effect is used in Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda.
Only if by "the spiritual realm" you mean those folk traditions that accidentally happen to work - as opposed to the arbitrary dietary and behavioural codes that comprise most of folk tradition.
I note that chemistry offers a far more parsimonious and general explanation for these effects.
I also note that chemistry makes predictions that are different from what Ayurvedic and "Traditional" Chinese "Medicine" (which is not actually medicine and was actually, in its currently recognisable form, promulgated by Mao as part of the Great Leap Forward - making its traditional foundations somewhat questionable). I further note that in the cases where Ayurvedic and "Traditional" Chinese "Medicine" make different predictions from modern chemistry, chemistry has always been proven right, and Ayurvedic and "Traditional" Chinese "Medicine" wrong.
Every. Single. Time.
So if that's your best example of consistent effects of the spirit realm then I'll stick with what actually works, thank you.
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