AYURVEDA: THE NEXT FUTURE GLOBAL MARKET: POTENTIAL PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS

Dr Sushil Kumar Jangid, Dr Dinesh Kumar Kumawat

Abstract


Ayurveda has been used in India for thousands of year and is increasingly been used worldwide during the last few decades which is evident by rapidly growing global and national market of herbal drugs and thus it has necessitated the need to develop the quality, safety and efficacy of these medicines

 

Traditional Chinese medicine using lesser plant species than Indian Ayurveda has more established international market compared to Ayurveda which is in a tenuous condition. India has enormous resources of medicinal and herbal plants. The prehistoric knowledge of Ayurveda and its applications to cure illnesses effectively has not been explored fully by India. Good Agricultural practices are one of the pre requisite conditions to ensure the quality as well as efficacy of Ayurvedic drugs (medicinal plants). It is essential that the medicines are grown in right type of soil and given all the necessary conditions. And for this education is the main key which provides knowledge for development in the field of Ayurveda and agriculture.

 


Keywords


Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese medicine, quality

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