Stringent regulations halt research on Ayurvedic drug

New proprietary drugs have stopped coming into the market after government-mandated clinical trials for Ayurvedic medicines. Even drug control authorities do not have clarity about the clinical trial procedures for Ayurveda. Before 2010, when the central government introduced Allopathy-modeled clinical

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There is a huge demand of Ayurveda

Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal, a century old organisation, was started by VaidyaratnamPS Varier, a scholar, an academician and a philanthropist in 1902. Today, the legacy is carried on by Dr P Madhavankutty Varier, Addl Chief Physician & Superintendent, Ayurvedic Hospital

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Indian Ayurveda College claims Ebola cure

The Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Ayurvedic College in Allahabad claims to have “rediscovered” a cure for the deadly Ebola virus. According to Prof. G.S. Tomar, head of the department of Kaya-Chikitsa in the college, the classical Ayurveda text called Yog

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There is everything and yet nothing to be gained

Since childhood Ayurveda had been a way of life at home. Expressions like ushna, vaata, tulsi chya  kaadha and drakshasav were used routinely particularly when someone felt unwell. Shailaja Chandra, Former Secretary, AYUSH (The Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy,

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Jasola gets country’s first All India Institute of Ayurveda

Ayurveda which remains one of the country’s traditional health care systems is getting its first referral-cum-teaching facility at Jasola in Delhi. To be built on the lines of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, the new institute – All

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VALUES FIRST !

Awarded Global Ayurveda Physician, adviser and visiting faculty with several international bodies  Dr Rajesh Kotecha has a vast academic, research, administrative and corporate experience. He has a heart of pro-people activist and mind of a true life scientist.  He is

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Delhi Medical Council reiterates ‘No Ayurvedic Prescription’ stand

The Delhi Medical Council (DMC) has underlined that Allopathy practitioners are not to prescribe Ayurvedic drugs, though they are classified as over-the-counter (OTC) products. The move is likely to impact companies such as Himalaya, Baidyanath and Charak selling popular Ayurvedic pharmaceutical brands

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We need more help and support from the Government

A thought to re-establish ancient knowledge with modern research and manufacturing techniques gave birth to Shree Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan Private Limited. Commenced by Ram Dayal Joshi and Ram Narayan Sharma in 1917 at Baidyanath Dham, today the family’s third generation

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