India will issue special visas to those who come for yoga and Ayurveda classes
Prime Minister Modi spoke after the inauguration of the three-day AYUSH Global Investment and Innovation Summit. The Ministry of AYUSH in India regulates the country's alternative medical systems. There are only seven of them, they are officially recognized at the state level and are part of the national health care system. Historically, India has been the birthplace of all these medical practices: Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Yunani, Siddha, Homeopathy and the science of Sova Rigpa.
“India will soon introduce the AYUSH brand, which will give authenticity to quality AYUSH products in the country. The mark will be awarded to products that have been tested using the latest technology. This will give confidence to people all over the world that they are buying quality products, & raquo;, — declared the premier.
“Indian traditional medicine has helped increase tourism in Kerala. This power is all over India, in every corner of India. “Healing in India” could be the big brand of this decade. Wellness centers based on Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, etc. will soon be very popular, — added the official. According to him, a special visa will help those who want to come to India for treatment using these methods.