Solution To Ease Burden Of Canada’s Hospitals Lies In India’s Ayurveda: Canadian Minister
NEW DELHI, (IANS) – Michael A. Tibollo, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, Canada, who recently visited the All-India Institute of Ayurveda in Delhi, feels that propagation of ayurveda in Canada can help ease the burden of hospitals in that country as ayurvedic therapies, principles and lifestyle can keep many diseases at bay.
The Canadian delegation led by Michael Tibollo and the Canada India Foundation (CIF) visited the All-India Institute of Ayurveda on January 18. Tibollo is Ontario’s Minister of Mental Health and Addictions
Speaking about Ontario he said, “One of the things that we have always talked about in the province of Ontario is bringing services into the community to relieve the pressure of the hospitals and I think I have found one of the solutions and it is right here in India. And yes, that is evidence-based and there is a research facility that is attached to the hospital. And they are demonstrating the impact of ayurveda and yoga in treating individuals.”