Any information on any of the Ayurvedic Products, Ayurvedic treatment, Ayurvedic Medicines or other services given on Ayur Healthcare website is for educational purposes only. Ayurvedic products should be consumed only after Ayurvedic consultation with an Ayurvedic Practitioner. If there is mention of heavy metals or some prohibited/ restricted plants in any of the Ayurvedic Products in our website, the reader should understand that these products are not used, prescribed or sold by Ayur Healthcare in Australia.
Readers should not presume that all of the products mentioned on the website are available for prescription or dispensing in Australia. The uses and indications of these herbal products mentioned in the website are rooted on historical claims over the years and traditional Ayurvedic textbooks. These Ayurvedic medicines should not be used as selfmedication or online purchase. Please note that these claims may not be supported by TGA. Ayurvedic medicines should not be taken without Ayurvedic Consultation. We at Ayur Healthcare, do not accept any legal
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To get positive effects Ayurvedic herbal products should be supplemented with appropriate diet and lifestyle. Ayurveda medicine may be generally considered safe if consumed under the strict
supervision of a qualified Ayurvedic Practitioner.
By no means do the services offered by Ayur Healthcare come under the term Medical Doctors and nor are our personnel or establishment registered with the Australian Medical Board.
The term doctor, if at all used on our site, refers to and represents only those individuals who have an Ayurveda Doctor’s qualification, recognized in India, after achieving the Bachelor of Ayurveda Medical & Surgery (BAMS) degree – which is an integrated undergraduate program that covers a wide range of subjects of traditional Ayurveda – in a professional college recognized by the Government of India. The five and a half year-long, full-time university study course also includes the one-year mandatory internship.
The BAMS qualification was earlier recognized in Australia as a naturopath by the VETASSESS governing body. VETASSESS is Australia’s largest skills assessment provider, authorized by the Australian Government. Ayurveda is currently recognized in Australia as a Complementary Health Medicine. Ayurveda Practitioners are governed by a Constitution and Professional Code of Conduct and Ethics for Non-Registered Health Practitioners in Australia.
Leading practitioners at Ayur Healthcare have Accredited Membership of – Australian Traditional Medicine Society (A.T.M.S.), the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA) or the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT).
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