on the Indian subcontinent edit About 75-80 of the population of Nepal use Ayurveda, 67 68 and it is the most practiced form of medicine in the country. "Weeklong programme to observe Health Day". Archived from the original (PDF) on Retrieved Roy, Shobha. The political debate about a Book Report on The Mind Reader the place of ayurveda in contemporary India has continued to the present (2015 both in the public arena and in government. Bee pollen may be included in skin softening products that can be useful in treating eczema and diaper rash, and some people claim that its use can reduce the side effects of certain cancer treatments.
Harvard School of Public Health Health Policy Programme, Institute of Policy Studies. Retrieved The majority of India's population uses Ayurveda exclusively or combined with conventional Western medicine, and it is practiced in varying forms in Southeast Asia. 97 In India, the government ruled that Ayurvedic products must be labelled with their metallic content. Plants have been used for medicinal purposes long before prehistoric period. Basil, Fennel, Chives, Cilantro, Apple Mint, Thyme, Golden Oregano, Variegated Lemon Balm, Rosemary, Variegated Sage are some important medicinal herbs and can be planted in kitchen garden.