Indian wellness market, spread across a vast range of traditional medicine and healthcare, is worth more than US$7bn.
indigenous herbal plants support medicament industry
of AYUSH and herbal products exported during 2016-17
growth in patients uptake for AYUSH treatments
practitioners are registered in the vast Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy sectors.
expected valuation of India’s wellness and traditional healthcare industry by 2020, from the current US$10b valuation.
undergraduate colleges with courses on AYUSH and an annual intake of 28,018, as well as 151 centres for post-graduate education.
annual growth rate of the AYUSH sector, with growing uptake among foreign medical tourists to India.
Ayurvedic formulations, 1,229 Unani formulations, 399 Siddha formulations have been standardised and published in formularies.
Though AYUSH systems of medicine are popular and progressively a large section of population uses these systems for health care, there is lack of awareness among the general public about remedies available in these systems.
India is home to diverse range of medicinal plants which have been used for centuries by the local people to meet not only their own primary health care needs but also to address ailments of domesticated animals (Pashuayurveda) & crops.
The bill will facilitate the creation of the Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda in Jamnagar, Gujarat on account of the merging of three existing institutions. Capabilities in research and training are expected to be enhanced through the endeavors of the institute.
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India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive and capital establishments
Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, UK has signed an MoU with Indian government to undertake collaborative research.
National Centre for Natural Product Research (NCNPR) University of Mississippi, USA has signed an MoU with government to enhance branding of AYUSH systems internationally.
WHO will collaborate with AYUSH to facilitate advocacy and dissemination of information on AYUSH systems among member states.
India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments