WHO endorses and promotes Homeopathy as an integral resource in medicine while committing to enhance the evidence base, safety and efficacy.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is endorsing traditional and alternative medicines.

WHO is encouraging the public to explore these treatment options via social media, explicitly naming homeopathic medicine as a resource on Saturday.

Let’s see what WHO is saying:

“For millions of people around the world Traditional Medicine is their first stop for health and well-being.” 

“Traditional Medicine is rooted in Indigenous knowledge and natural resource of communities. It has been an integral resource for health in households for centuries. WHO works to strengthen the evidence base of traditional medicine, enhancing its safety and efficacy,” the United Nations organization continued.

WHO promotes Homeopathy as an Integral Resource in medicine and commits for strengthening the evidence, safety and efficacy.

The international medical body championed the following as examples of “traditional” medicines : Acupuncture, Ayurveda, Herbal medicine, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, Osteopathy, Traditional Chinese medicine and Unani medicine.

The WHO published its endorsement of alternative medicines to social media. In support of its new “Global Centre for Traditional Medicine,” established in 2020 under the guidance of the Indian government.

“WHO’s Traditional Medicine programme aims to build solid evidence base for policies and standards on traditional medicine practices and products. These steps will help countries integrate it into their health systems & regulate its quality.”

Source: Fox News

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