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Welcome to British ayurvedic medical association
Welcome to British ayurvedic medical association
The longest serving Ayurveda organisation in Great Britain.

Welcome to the BAMA

The British Ayurvedic Medical Association

AMA is the longest serving Ayurveda organisation in Great Britain. Its mission is to sustain, develop and improve Ayurveda science and its practices.
It continues to protect and promote this ancient Indian Traditional Science discipline and philosophy and share it with those who seek its wisdom.

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Ayurveda

The word Ayurveda comes from two Sanskrit words – Ayur meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge.

Education

Curriculum based on the WHO benchmark and supported by the Ministry of AYUSH, India.

Advocacy

AMA works very closely with the different traditional medicines practitioners and therapists, practiced in United Kingdom.

What We Do

Education

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Advocacy

BAMA works closely with the Traditional Medicines sector in UK and…

Membership

Membership includes reduced fee access to training programmes including CPD seminars,…

Ayurveda

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Our Purpose

BAMA Projects in Action.

Education for Children in Need

Raised
23%
Goal: 38000 USD

Provide Nutritional Support

Raised
26%
Goal: 39000 USD

Reduce Global Warming Projects

Raised
23%
Goal: 30000 USD

ayurveda in action

RESEARCH

The belief that there is only one kind of medical science is a myth. Ayurveda is considered unscientific because it has a non-molecular, systemic way of observing, classifying, and understanding causality and for mitigating biological change. However, it has a unified theory of bioregulation, with a comprehensive understanding of variability, holistic pharmacology, and pathogenesis.  Ayurveda also has a large repository of over 200,000 drug formulations and effective non-drug interventions such as the Panchkarma therapies that can detoxify impaired physiological processes. 

India and its pluralistic health system – a new philosophy for  Universal Health Coverage
Sarika Chaturvedi,  John Porter, Geetha Krishnan Gopalakrishna Pillai, Leena Abraham,  Darshan Shankar, and Bhushan Patwardhanf, 2020 RE

Can a traditional Indian herb promote recovery from long COVID?

New trial will monitor efficacy of Ashwagandha treatment in over 2,000 people with long COVID living in the UK.

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Efficacy of Eat Breathe Thrive: A randomized controlled trial of a yoga-based program

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Member Benefits

Membership includes reduced fee access to training programmes including CPD seminars, conferences and workshops organised and supported by AMA. Membership also benefits by way of privileged access or discounted fees for exclusive networking events and social functions throughout the year. 

Listing on prestigious AMA website and opportunity to participate in conferences and exhibitions and quarterly updates are just some of the services available in your membership. And to know with confidence that you are registered with the oldest established Ayurveda organisation in UK.

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