‘Kerala far behind in export of ayurvedic medicines’

Published on : February 03, 2017 Topic : Business

KANNUR: The Ayurveda Medical Association of India (AMAI), the organisation of the ayurvedic doctors in the state, said that Kerala was much behind when it comes to research institutions in ayurveda and also export of ayurvedic medicines, though the state is said to be the hub of ayurvedic treatment.
Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, the association office-bearers said the AMAI would discuss many such issues in its annual council meeting to be held in Kannur on Sunday.
"There is immense potential for ayurvedic treatment and also manufacturing of ayurvedic medicines in Kerala, which would also help the economic development of the state," said P Mohanan, working chairman of the organizing committee.
The meeting will also discuss the existing proposal for an ayurvedic research centre, setting up of ayurvedic university, development of ayurveda with the help of the state and central projects and subjects related to the sector, said the committee.


Source: The Times of India
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