Researchers from across the world have vowed to work with India to promote Ayurveda globally, saying the ancient Indian system of natural and holistic medicine can help address major health problems.
“Ayurveda offers a holistic, highly personalised prevention-oriented approach, including diet, exercise and many other modalities which enable people to take charge of their own health and well-being,” organisers of a two-day Second International Ayurveda Congress said today.
At the Congress, leaders of the three largest Ayurvedic organisations in the world passed a resolution, recommending nine action points to promote Ayurveda on a global scale.
The resolution calls for working with the Indian governments Ministry of AYUSH and Indian e...
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