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India: Ayurveda and the Art of Earning
By Ajitha Menon
Posted on Apr 04, 2009 I 1 comments
Thiruvananthapuram: Every morning, serpentine queues can be seen outside Vaidyaratnam Oushadhasala, an Ayurveda centre in Trichur district of Kerala. Hundreds of women from the nearby Thykattussery village gather here to supply fresh milk to the centre. The milk is used for making medicines. ... read more
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