Centre for Innovation in Science and Social Action (CISSA) in association with the Government of Kerala and the Ayurveda fraternity in the state is organising a one-of-its-kind global showcase for Ayurveda, in Thiruvananthapuram in February 2012.
The State Government will frame a policy and enact a piece of legislation to make licence mandatory for all ayurveda centres, house boats and home stays as part of taking Kerala tourism to international standards
According to the Chief Minister Of Kerala’s press notification, “a proposal to start a Multi Super Speciality Hospital worth 1000 crores in Kochi is being considered by Government of Kerala.”
Video | Dr.I. Unnikrishnan Namboothiri honored for his insights on Clinical Ophthalmology in Ayurveda
Dr.I.Unnikrishnan Namboothiri , Addl.Chief Physician of Itoozhi Ayurveda, India, was honoured by Dr. Antonio Morandi (Italy) at the SNA Oushadhasala campus
The Kerala Ayurvedic Hospital Management Association (KAHMA) has asked government to take measures to check allopathic doctors from prescribing ayurvedic medicines
According to the report, two scientists from the Chennai-based drug manufacturer Shasun Pharmaceuticals Ltdhave developed a concoction of gold nanoparticles in a medium of tea leaves and cinnamon
Honey is an excellent remedy for various eye ailments. Applied daily in the eyes, it improves the eye-sight. It is very useful in the treatment of itching of the eyes, trachoma, conjunctivitis and other similar diseases.
The Karnataka government has also seem to have set up the Medicinal Plants Conservation Authority (MPCA), which is developing protected forests for medicinal plants in 13 selected locations in the state.
The European Union bans Ayurvedic drugs under its Traditional Herbal Medicine Product Directive as of May 1, 2011
As of May 1st, 2011, the European Union has categorically banned sale of any form of unlicenced traditional drugs in the EU market including Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM).