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Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
Ayush resource centre for north east
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Mandate for AYUSH Resource Centre, Alternative Medicines, Marketing of Raw Materials and Processed materials, Central Government Schemes, Department of AYUSH & National Medicinal Plants Board

Mandate for AYUSH Resource Centre, Alternative Medicines, Marketing of Raw Materials and Processed materials, Central Government Schemes, Department of AYUSH & National Medicinal Plants Board

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  • 1. AYUSH Resource Centre for North East
  • 2. BACKGROUND NOTE Central government is very keen on tapping this potential so that only the adequate inputs for the different systems of medicines are available in the country but also help in the economic growth of the region. On part of Central Government sufficient funding has been made available to the states. To facilitate this process NMPB, Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has set up a resource centre for North East region at Guwahati.
  • 3. Role of AYUSH Resource Centre • • • • • • Coordination with the state governments and sensitizing about the schemes of NMPB & Department of AYUSH and facilitate them in making the proposals/state action plan. Assist the state governments in identification of state agencies/ NGO’s/ organizations for operationalisation of schemes of NMPB & Department of AYUSH and also facilitate them in making the proposals. Follow up with the state governments on the schemes/project of NMPB/ Department of AYUSH under implementation. Creation of Database of Medicinal plants, Cultivators, Traders, Institutions & other stakeholders in the states. Help the department if AYUSH in monitoring utilization of funds & securing UC’s from state & other agencies. Report on the progress of various projects & construction work, if any going on.
  • 4. Facilitating the North Eastern States • • • The Department of AYUSH including National Medicinal Plants Board (NMPB) has a number of schemes to support AYUSH industries, State Governments, AYUSH institutions in the North East, Forest/Horticulture departments & organization whereby these organizations can access Central funding for the benefit of the region and thereby help in improving the health infrastructure in the region. The Resource Center will understand the problem & hurdles faced by the states in utilizing funds and implementation of Schemes. The centre will inform the State Government & the other organization about the scheme and AYUSH Resource Centre help them in making the project proposal in a time bounded manner.
  • 5. Fresh Proposal In order to utilize the funds available in NE states, following are the areas in which fresh proposal can be submitted: • 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Plantation of rare, endangered species & threatened species by the Department of Forest & NGO’s. And also setting up of nurseries by PSU’s. Primary processing, storing and marketing support for medicinal plants collected by tribals healers, cultivators etc, by the various stakeholders in the state. Research based project could be submitted by the R&D institutes, institutions & other experts in the state. Organization of workshops, seminars & training for common people Setting up of AYUSH colleges, schools, universities & AYUSH hospitals and dispensaries.
  • 6. Industrial & Business Campaign
  • 7. Types of Industries 1.    2.   3.  4.  Following are the types of Industries: Herbal Oil Industry Sesame plant, oil extraction from seeds Ginger plant, oil extracting from rhizomes Patchouli plant, oil extracting from leave Herbal Powder Industry Herbal tea using green tea leaves, jaluk, tejpata,tulsi, zinger etc Triphala powder using amla, haritika, bhumura etc Herbal Medicine Based Industry Tulsi, amla, kardoi, brahmi, mahaneem, podina, haldhi etc Heena Powder Industry Using mehendi leaves
  • 8. Cultivation related information  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The list of Prioritized medicinal plant species selected by the State Medicinal Plant Board of Assam are given bellowAmla (Phyllanthus emblica) Ashok (Saraca asoka) Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) Bael (Aegle marmelos) Bhumi amlakhi (Phyllanthus amarus) Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) Pippali (Piper longum)
  • 9. Cultivation related information continued…… 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Sarpagandha (Rouvolfia serpentina) Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) Arjun (Terminalia arjuna) Bach (Acorus calamus) Bringaraj (Widelia calendulace) Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) Satmul (Asparagus racemosus) Salkuwari (Aloe vera) Neem (Azadirachta indica) Chitranala (Cymbopogon citratus) Sasi (Aquilaria agallocha) Iswarmool (Aristolochia indica)
  • 10. Cultivation related information continued…… 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.  Kopalphuta (Cardiospermum helicacabum) Tejpatta (Cinnamomum impressinervium) Lemon grass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) Gun kochu (Homalomena sps.) Sajina (Moringa oleifera) Bhat ghila (Oroxylum indicum) Putrajiwa (Putrsnjiva roxburghii) Bhomora (Terminalia belerica) Silikha (T. chebula) Sagunilata (Tinospora cordifolia) As a Resource Centre we can provide information regarding cultivation of medicinal plants, the list of plant species that can be cultivated here, list of registered farmers, Traders etc.
  • 11. Cultivation related information continued……     As a Resource Centre we are collecting information regarding cultivators, traders and manufacturers for making the marketing tieup all over India. We have already prepared a list of registered medicinal plant cultivators, traders and manufacturers. In our list more than 150 farmers, SHG and 50 numbers of traders name are added. The stakeholders can consult with us and the Resource Center will help in every possible way, right form assisting the technical details and making the detailed project report.
  • 12. List of some available economically important plants and their products         Assam is rich in flora and fauna. The climate of Assam is suitable for the cultivation of various plants which have tremendous medicinal and economic value. Extraction of herbal oils from oil rich plants of commercial value. Some of those plants are listed bellow which have the potentiality to grow here in abundance and can be used in preparing different prospects. Resins – Saldhuna, Dhuna, Ketera, Charcoal, Broom grasses Sugar yielding plants – Sugarcane, Sugar-beet, Palmyra etc Rubber yielding plants – Ficus elatica (Assam rubber) Narcotic yielding plants – Tobacco, Cannabis sativa yields ganja, bhang etc Fibre yielding plants – Cotton, Jute etc
  • 13. List of some available economically important plants and their products     Oil yieldingi) Oil from seed – Til, Tishi, Castor, Coconut oil, Mustard Sal, Nahar, Bhutera, and Karach ii) Oil from wood – Agar, Sandal iii) Oil from flower – Rose, Nahar, Champa, Keteki Iv) Oil from leaves – Citronella, Patchouli, Lemon grass iv) Oil from fruits – Salmogra, Dalmogra v) Oil from Rhizome – Ada, Ban-ada, Gandhi, Gan kachu, Ganchera Bark – Dalchini, Ahoi, Arjuna, Asoka, Chirata, Lahan Roots – Sampa, Ketur, Chukehina Seeds – Amlakhi, Hillikha,
  • 14. Conclusion      There is immense scope to set up small industries not only in the medicinal plant related sectors but also in the different sectors. It might be profitable venture to set up home based Industry for making Handlooms items and Food processing Industries for making Jam, Jelly, sauces , Pickles. Rubber band producing industry, Jute processing Industries for making Jute yarn, Jute fabrics, Jute bags, Packaging Industry, Dairy Industries, Chemical Industries for making detergent powder, Liquid Indigo, Shoe Polish etc. Both Central Government and State Government are providing various schemes to develop the Industrial sector. This will help to develop the economy of the States and also help in employment in the rural areas.
  • 15. Conclusion continued….     As a Resource Centre we are preparing a database of medicinal plants and the stakeholders not only for Assam for all the seven sisters states. We are available to provide technical assistance regarding medicinal plant. We will help in making Project Proposals, Detailed Project Report etc. We are also working on marketing tie up with the cultivators and trader, manufacturers as well.

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