What is AYUSH in Ayurveda

Guide to Indian AYUSH Institutions

The Indian Ministry of Tourism published a guide for so-called AYUSH facilities (Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy) on June 21, 2017. The National Medical & Wellness Tourism department of the Indian Ministry of Tourism wants to ensure that the facilities in India that offer these medical and wellness offers all work according to a generally accepted standard worldwide. Because the Indian Ministry of Tourism always tries to support institutions that can offer excellent service quality. The accreditation standards for AYUSH and wellness providers were developed by the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH), the official authority for compliance with quality standards in Indian health care. Of course, the guidelines also apply to facilities that exclusively accommodate and treat tourists.

AYUSH Compliant - Help with Marketing

Establishments that adhere to the published standards should receive support from the Ministry of Tourism in marketing their establishments. B. be allowed to participate in trade fairs and promotional events of the Indian Ministry of Tourism outside of India. These facilities will also be listed on the Ministry of Tourism's website and included in the Incredible India global advertising campaign. In this way, tourists can also find out in advance (at www.incredibleindia.org) who meets the set standards.

Global trend towards alternative treatment methods

All over the world, holistic and alternative treatment methods have been on the rise for many years, as many diseases today are directly linked to the lifestyle of those affected. In India there is a thousand-year-old knowledge of natural healing methods such as Ayurveda and yoga, which are good for body, mind and soul. Unani and homeopathy may not be native to India, but they are just as popular here. And wellness and health trips to India are definitely in vogue.