After a full week of controversy, on 1-07-2020 the Ayush Ministry told that the kit could be sold all over India. But, AYUSH Ministry allowed Patanjali to sell this kit only as an immunity booster not as a 'cure' of Corona Virus.
The traditional healing stream must be positioned and promoted for health and general wellbeing or otherwise called paramedical purpose. Today what we need is paramedical support in large quantity.
Had there been no such health awareness as created by PM Modi, COVID 19 would have found India its last and only destination.
Even after creation of a separate ministry for AYUSH in 2014, the system remains clueless and direction less and is struggling for survival.
FSSAI granting licence to several herbal ingredients such as Thippili powder, Kasturi manjal and Mudakathan as food supplements being objected by some Siddha experts, seems quite bizarre.
Giving permission to prescribe allopathic drugs to AYUSH vaid is like quackery with black cat security
Integrated health care approach should not be confused with permission to AYUSH vaid to prescribe certain allopathic drugs.
Save AYUSH from Pseudoscience tag, declare as traditional wisdom for paramedical benefit, stop cross-pathy
Government of India, especially the Ministry of AYUSH must clearly define and differentiate AYUSH from proven science by limiting and describing AYUSH as ancient traditional wisdom and not proven science.
The paramedical tag if is given to AYUSH and its role is defined well, not only we can eliminate cross pathy and medication health fraud but also we can re-invent the significance and relevance of AYUSH to our society.
AYUSH vaidya must create right perception; follow tradition in spirit and letter to popularize the system
AYUSH belongs to our tradition, culture and civilization. AYUSH came as an extension of our sacred divine practices to offer health and wellness to people.
Glory of Calendula, Lavender, Jojoba, Avacado etc., AYUSH could not earn in international market – A thought for Ministry of AYUSH
There are several of our approaches and strategies in handling AYUSH had gone flop and turned topsy-turvy purely because the components called merit, emotion and reality we did not separate while promoting AYUSH.