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1 comment:

asmin said...

ayurveda is the most popular holistic forms of medicine that has

originated in India, and is now rapidly spreading around the world. Ayurveda is a combination of two Sanskrit words, ayus

meaning 'life' and veda meaning 'knowledge'. Hence, Ayurveda literally means 'the knowledge of life'.

Indians believe that Ayurveda originated as a form of medicine for the gods. Even in the Ramayana (which is believed to be

several millennia old), we have a reference of how Hanuman brings the Sanjivani herb to revive Lakshmana, who is mortally

wounded in the battlefield at Lanka. Dhanwantari, the physician of the gods, is believed to be the one who discovered

Ayurveda. Ayurveda was brought from the realms of the gods to the human race by Charaka, who wrote the Ayurvedic treatise,

Charaka Samhita, which is regarded venerably even today. Sushruta later wrote a compendium of his own, Sushruta Samhita,

which has several amendments over the methods detailed in the Charaka Samhita.