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Is Not Agreeing With Eastern Medical Practices Racist?

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HeaMsoRb | 02:31 Thu 22nd Jul 2021 | Society & Culture
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Why is not believing in Eastern medical practices like cupping and acupuncture considered xenophobic and racist? It really isn't, and you should be allowed to question certain medical treatments that have been proven to be very harmful. That’s not racism or xenophobia, that’s just common sense.

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// It really isn't, and you should be allowed to question certain medical treatments that have been proven to be very harmful.//

nothing wrong with that at all - and there have been questions about certain ancient medical treatments - a lot dont work
and if they involve heavy metals ( lead mercury ) are directly harmful

that is one of the main planks of modern western medicine - testing and seeing
Hindus love drinking cow urine believing it to be blessed and beneficial, whereas I think the beefsteak fulfills these criteria.
Female circumcision is probably the worst example
Who considers it racist - is there a link?
Sense isn’t common at all. Unfortunately ignorance is.
Nobody has said that it is racist, as far as I know.

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