Ayurveda as a branch of medical science has its foundation in ancient Indian civilization that continues to hold extreme importance even in present times. This is because the fundamentals of Ayurveda are based essentially on human characteristics and intrinsic causes that have remained and will remain constant with time.
Our traditional knowledge of Ayurveda and its efficacy has also been acknowledged by Western/ allopathic systems of medicine, which are looking to include this great science of Ayurveda as traditional and complementary medicines as a supplement to existing allopathic health care for prevention and recovery.
The world is looking for prevention and early diagnosis of the sufferings along with finding the causes behind it. The Ayurvedic diagnostic methodology is key for the holistic well-being of mankind. Today, Ayurveda is relevant globally because of its holistic and comprehensive approach to health.
Analysts expect that by 2022, Ayurvedic medicine will have become a nearly $10 million industry. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health Trusted Source estimates that around 240,000 Americans already use Ayurvedic regimens and remedies as part of their overall healthcare.
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