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Can Ayurveda Soothe Stallone's Knee Problems

by Tanya Thomas on July 10, 2009 at 10:23 AM
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It has emerged that Hollywood actor and Rambo muscle-man, Sylvester Stallone has turned to Ayurveda to get rid of his persisting knee pain.

The 'Rambo' star embraced the ancient Indian medicine after having a chat with Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar during the shooting of their new film Kambakkhat Ishq.


Kumar suggested him to try Ayurveda when Stallone told him about his persisting knee problem.

Kumar even provided the name of his favourite Ayurvedic practitioner.

"Stallone appeared to be really interested in Ayurvedic treatment and asked for more details. He said he intends to spread the word about Ayurveda to his Hollywood comrades," Contactmusic quoted an insider as saying.

Source: ANI


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