Standards for Ayurvedic Products
All kinds of products are being sold under the garb of ayurvedic products. People are buying them based on ads or a particular doctor pushing to them.
Can the bureau of indian standards please initiate this exercise and set up standards for ayurveda products? more
I am afraid, whether bureau of indian standards can look after this aspect. more
Mr.Panicker,I am buying Triphala churan regularly 500 gms. Of Dabur ,it's MRP is RS.140 , how you are buying so costly more
Very true. A Simple choornam Thriphala 100gm costs Rs 100.
This means 1kg costs Rs.1000, where as this can be made very cheap in
house. We do not know is there any regulation to control ayurvedic medicine
prices. It too high.
On 18 Oct 2019 12:26, "Darshan Rao" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Genuine Ayurvedic Institutions do not give much publicity tom their products & services... e.g. Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala, Malappuram dist., Kerala, etc. Their dealers/ local retail distributors may give advertisements, etc. in local periodicals, etc. The patient (health seeker) concerned should understand the scenario and choose the reliable centres ONLY for Ayurveda treatments... And, he/she being the customer, should follow management principles like decision making, quality management, etc. himself/herself, instead of inviting any other dept/agency for controlling Ayush drugs (Ayurvedic formulations)..... more
Ayurvedic products are regulated by law under Drugs Act. The standards are prescribed in ayurvedic pharmocopiea. more