Ayurvedic medicine


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Ayurvedic medicine

n.
A holistic approach to health care that is based on principles of Ayurveda and is designed to maintain or improve health through the use of dietary modification, massage, yoga, herbal preparations, and other measures.

Ayurvedic medicine

A holistic system of traditional Indian medicine from which most of western medicine has been derived.
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Meanwhile, amid a controversy over an Ayurvedic medicine from Ramdev's pharmacy, Haryana government, which has made the yoga guru the state's brand ambassador, on Friday said it had asked him to change the name of the product as it may mislead people.
The Course itself focuses on Ayurvedic Medicine and Yoga Therapy.
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