Keeping in view, the strength of Ayurveda in treating various complicated and chronic ailments as well as the primary intention of prevention and promotion of health and benefits of its holistic approach an additional component of ‘Ayurveda Parv’ has been added to the IEC scheme of AYUSH in 2003. 'Ayurveda Parv' organized at Kanpur on 19th & 20th January 2019.The Objective of the Ayurveda Parv was to envisage the propagation and development of Ayurveda in the mainstream of every State of India. Uttar Pradesh's Chief Minister Shri Yogi Adityanath said that Ayurvedic medicine has immense potential of treatment and healing for various diseases. He has expressed his thoughts at the inauguration ceremony and lit the lamp and inaugurated the wreath on the picture of Dhanvantarji ji. Today, along with the propagation of herbs, diseases need to be treated with pure Ayurveda system. For this, special attention should be given to the Ayurvedic experts in the fundamental methods of medicine; Panchkarma and herbal remedies. On Ayurveda Parv, well-known manufactures of Ayurvedic Medicine have put their Stall for the awareness.  Shri Yogi Adityanath Ji visited to the stall of Aimil Pharmaceuticals and Appreciated brands like BGR 34 (for Diabetes), NEERI KFT (for CKD), Lukoskin (for leukoderma), Purodil (for Acne & pimples) and other brands as well.  

On this occasion, he conferred to cabinet minister Shri Laxman Narayan Chaudhary and Director of AYUSH Dr. Satya Narayan Singh with a shawl, for doing excellent work in the field of Ayurveda. In conference, Ayurvedic specialists lectured to students about the benefits of 50 herbs that can be used for the treatment of various type of diseases.

The Union Minister of AYUSH, Mr. Shripad Yaso Naik said that due to the high demand of Ayurveda, its importance has been increased. Ayurveda has an aim to keep the body healthy and to provide current management of diabetes, cancer and other tough diseases. During the event, Shri Dharam Singh Saini, Minister of the State of AYUSH said that 16 Ayurvedic clinics of 50 beds will be establish at different places in the state, already 15 villages have been selected in 15 districts of the state for Ayush clinics. Dr. Murali Manohar Joshi, MP, said that Ayurveda system is 5000 years old, it is necessary to revitalize the traditional knowledge of Ayurveda. Ayurveda and Homeopathy should be entered in primary and secondary health care system.

Ayurveda is the cornerstone of medical tourism in the country, there is a need to work for it with the healthcare system. The State Government is encouraging Ayurveda; Ayurveda University is being established in the state with the help of the Central Government. Also, an action is being taken to create 100 awareness centres of Ayurveda in the state.

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