The astragalus seeds are being considered by the government as a way to bring back homeopathic medicines that have been discontinued.
The seeds are used in herbal medicine.
They are also a popular ingredient in Indian curd.
The Government of India is looking at the seeds for making astragaliels more effective.
The government is looking into ways to revive the homeopathic drugs.
The government has been trying to revive homeopathic remedies for many years.
In May 2016, the government launched the National Homeopathic Initiative.
The aim of the initiative was to provide medicines that were safe, effective and cost-effective.
On Tuesday, the National Health Commission (NHPC) held a workshop on astragals to examine the possibility of reviving homeopathic homeopathic medications.
The workshop also examined the potential of making astral medicine, also known as astragalactones, available to patients.
“Astral medicine is an herbal medicine, a drug which contains astral substances.
It has been used for thousands of years and has medicinal properties.
Astral medicines are used to treat a wide variety of conditions and disorders,” NHPC chairman Dr H. Raja Kumar told reporters.
The Homeopathic Commission of India (HCI) is reviewing the options available to revive AstraGel, which has been withdrawn by the Government of West Bengal.
“We are considering it,” he said.
HCI chairman Dr Manohar Sharma said the commission was looking into the possibility to revive astral medicines.
“It has been suggested to revive it,” Sharma said.
“If it’s possible, it’s good.
It can be revived.
If it’s not, we would like to see how to revive and then decide whether it should be revived,” Sharma added.
The NHPC also submitted a proposal to the Home Ministry on the use of astral products in Ayurveda.
Home minister Jairam Ramesh said the ministry was yet to receive it.
Home ministry spokesman R.P. Nair said, “The government has no plans to revive Ayurvinga.
We will see what the proposal says and then consider it.”