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The Kerala cabinet approved a proposal for starting 25 new Ayurveda dispensaries

The Kerala Cabinet recently approved the annual Plan for the coming year, pegged at Rs.17, 000 crore. The Plan lays emphasis on higher education, healthcare, and social welfare. Creative initiatives are proposed to achieve self-sufficiency in milk and vegetable production. Along with this the government will start 25 new ayurvedic dispensaries to promote ayurved to its extent. Kerela is a hub of ayurvedic therapies.

More than 60 percent people in Kerela are incorporating only ayurvedic drugs. The opening of these new dispensaries will help the people in rural areas to get ayurvedic medicine free of cost. The scheme is expected to complete at the end of this year.