We have found that ayurvedic medicine is directly mentioned in regulations in 5 out of 39 countries.
In some of the other 34 countries ayurvedic medicine is recognized as a therapeutic system that may be provided by regulated health personnel (often doctors), but not directly mentioned in the regulations.
Hungary has regulated Ayurvedic medicine as “an individual complex medical system” provided only by medical doctors.
In Latvia ayurvedic medicine has a legal status and was recommended as safe to wide application in the institutions of public health services”.
In Romania ayurvedic medicine is “legally recognized as a CAM therapy in the group “alternative therapies” in the law on CAM”.
In Serbia the CAM bylaw lists ayurvedic medicine as “a method of treatment suitable for practise”.
Slovenia has listed ayurvedic medicine in the CAM act as “a CAM system that may be used when carrying out CAM practices”.
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