According to the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 (2nd, 3rd and 4th schedules), it is required to hold a BAMS and MD (Ayurveda) degrees to become a recognized Ayurvedic practitioner. Apart from this, one has to hold equivalent qualifications (to the above degrees) of the time before the enactment of the Central Act to pursue the practice of Ayurvedic Medicine. He/she must have completed training at a recognized Ayurvedic Medical School to register for Ayurveda Practitioner.
Just like conventional medicines, Ayurvedic treatments too can have side effects if not taken under the guidance of a recognized medical practitioner. To avoid such issues, it is very important to take treatments and medicines from the licensed practitioners and manufacturers respectively.
Last updated on June 4th, 2021 at 06:02 pm