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Ayurvedic Medicines Effective For Mild To Moderate COVI-19 Symptoms, by Anjita Rijal (rn 08/11/2020)

Nepal’s ayurvedic masterplan : It may be more responsible to fund district-wise ayurvedic, amchi and indigenous medicine production, deliver herbal medicine right to people’s doors, by Sushma Joshi (ae 06/11/2020)

Traffic police plant 1,500 saplings of an  unproven herb to fight against coronavirus, by Anup Ojha (kp 01/11/2020)

Gurjo distribution campaign gains momentum in Kathmandu Valley (rep 03/10/2020)

Ayurvedic literature : Delving into its history, by Madhusudan Rimal (ht 29/09/2020)

Gurjo has uncountable health benefits, but over consumption lowers blood pressure, say Ayurvedic doctors (rep 20/09/2020)

Rare anti-cancer tree on verge of extinction : Only few hundred Maire’s yew trees are left in Nepal’s mountain wilderness, by Kumar Paudel (nt 18/09/2020)

Gurjo Plantation Campaign Gains Ground On Bagmati Corridor (rn 12/09/2020)

Rely on Ayurveda: Ayurdveda has sustained many moments like this pandemic and other health crisis. Our generation deserves to benefit from it, by Prerok Regmi 22/07/2020)

Government to produce, promote ayurvedic medicine in Nepal (ht 16/07/2020)

Ayurveda university bill to promote ancient medicine (ht 11/03/2020)

A monk on a mission: Wangchuk Rapten Lama is the director of a monastery-run clinic that provides healthcare for less than Rs 5, and he now has his mind set on building a hospital in his village, by Tsering Ngodup Lama (kp 13/02/2020

Jhapa locals resort to religious function to cure ‘conversion disorder’: In the past one and a half months, 24 students at Pashupati Secondary have been afflicted with the condition, by Parbat Portel (kp 27/01/2020)

Karnali Aushadhalaya disappoints patients from Humla, Jumla, Kalikot, Dolpa (rep 22/12/2019)

Market aflush with ayurvedic medicines containing heavy metals in excessive amounts: Doctors say an excessive amount of heavy metals—arsenic, lead, and mercury—can affect a patient’s kidney, liver, skin, and blood circulation directly and can also lead to death, by Arjun Poudel (kp 14/10/2019)

Health Ministry launches detection programme to curb tuberculosis spread: National Tuberculosis Centre aims to provide service in all 77 districts within the next two years, by Arjun Poudel (kp 13/10/2019)

Are traditional methods foes or friends of modern science? Some believe herpes zoster is the bite of a serpent. They don’t know that it is a  disease caused by a virus, which needs medical attention, by Shrizu Bajracharya (kp 18/07/2019)

Reviving an ancient system of healing: Reformation of ayurveda education and research is  required, by Prerok Regmi (kp 14/07/2019)

Presence of microbes in some Ayurvedic products is high, drug regulatory body says: Manufacturers argue the protocol enforced by the regulator is too strict, by Arjun Poudel (kp 08/07/2019)

Parents mull goat sacrifice as children keep fainting at school, by Dinesh Subedi (rep 20/02/2019)

Sudurpaschim Province all set to institutionalise Ayurveda education: The provincial government launches plans for Ayurveda and yoga studies in school curriculum, by Arjun Shah (kp 15/02/2019)

Despite growing influence of hospitals and Christianity, Rolpa Shamans remain in business, by Dinesh Subedi (rep 22/01/2019)

Centre raises Ayurvedic drugs norms: Department of Drug Administration orders ayurvedic drugs manufacturers to comply with two key industry standards, by Nayak Paudel (kp 04/08/2018)

Call to promote ayurvedic medicines (ht 16/06/2018)

Village where shamans are preferred over doctors, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 09/06/2018)

The test of time: Much water has flown under the bridge since traditional Baidyas were Kathmandu’s  only source of medical recourse, yet they remain just as relevant and sought out as ever, by Abijeet Pant (kp 05/05/2018)

Yoga can stave off non-communicable diseases, risk of depression, says WHO (ht 22/06/2017)

Tibetan medicine lures patients seeking drug-free cures centuries-old techniques (kp 15/05/2017)

I am an Amchi: Marpha meeting of practitioners of Tibetan medicine plan revival of the healing tradition, by Sabine Pretsch (nt 11/11/2016)

83-yr-old Ayurveda practitionerpromoting traditional treatment, by Prakash Baral (kp 10/11/2015)

Ayurveda practitioner held (ht 05/07/2015)

130 kg expired, sub-standard ayurvedic medicines seized (ht 07/02/2015)

Ayurveda most neglected field: Experts (ht 21/10/2014)

Minister urges research on Ayurveda medicine (ht 30/09/2014)

The return of the baidyas: A backlash against expensive and invasive healthcare sends patients to the traditional ayurvedic healers of Kathmandu, by Sonia Awale (nt 29/08/2014)

Ayurveda Medical College sans basic infrastructure (ht 26/03/2014)

Alternative medicine: Ayurveda is about utilising traditional knowledge and respecting the body's flow, by Renu Rajbhandari (kp 09/02/2014)

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