After earning a BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) degree, you can, in fact, work as an Ayurvedic physician.
It is legal for BAMS graduates to diagnose, treat, and administer Ayurvedic medications for a range of medical ailments
They can establish their own private Ayurvedic clinics or operate as Ayurvedic medical professionals in public and private clinics, dispensaries, wellness centers, and resorts that practice Ayurveda.
Based on ancient healing techniques and Ayurvedic principles, BAMS specialists can offer primary healthcare services.
To get the required license for independent practice, you must, however, register with the state's Ayurvedic council or board.