Most commonly, every Indian house will have Tulasi in the back yard or in the front yard. Without knowingly, most of the Indians or Indian cooking has lots of Ayurvedic herbs used in the cooking on regular basis, like turmeric, onion, garlic, amalaki, palash, and bilva. Most of the herbs are very popular around the world for their medical properties.
Ayurvedic herbs like, Bramhi, ginko, gotukola, aswagandha, yastimadhu (Liqorice), arjuna, amala, have gained attention of many researches around the world and they are widely available over the counter in many retail pharmacies and natural health food shops around Australia. Evert pieces of research conducted on the evidence that is provided in Ayurvedic classical texts, has been strongly supported by the latest research, which is strengthening the belief in the power of ayurvedic medicineand its effectiveness in combating the current problems, predominantly the chronic diseases like, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriasis, MS and other conditions.
Many Americans and Europeans are opting the use of Ayurveda instead of conventional invasive modern therapeutics. In some contrived even started implementing the Ayurveda in the main stream medical schools to reduce the health care burden.