Sri Lankan Minister for Health Dr.Rajitha Senarathne urged the state government to collaborate in Ayurveda and indigenous medicine sector to set a role model.
Strengthening the indigenous medicines and applying modern technology is need of the hour.Modernise Ayurveda and input collaboration of other medical systems, too, said the minister.He was addressing the third Global Ayurveda Festival in Kozhikode on Sunday.
Collaboration is mutually beneficial for progress in health sector.
We have to explore the possibilities in development work and research. Import and export of medicines and products, herbal products, exposure and visits of experts to be integrated. Exchange ideas in traditional medicine as a collaborative initiative help to achieve expertise-he said.
The global festival should become a foundation stone for long felt mutual collaboration in Ayurveda.A tangible and valuable outcome is ensured.
We have to accept that Allopathy is not a cure for all illness.Heart disease, diabetics and cancer can be cured in Ayurveda.
When one depends on insulin more and more, the pancreas gets de-activated. On the other hand, Ayurveda medicine activates pancreas.
Ayurveda has proved its effectiveness in cancer and hepatitis cure. In Sri Lanka liver cancer has been cured with Ayurvedic treatment. The patient has been in good health for the last five and half years.
According to western medical practitioners, liver patients can’t survive in more than six months.