Ayurveda is India's contribution to humanity in
its search for health care, well being and longevity. This wonderful treatise on human health is
considered as the 'fifth Veda' narrated directly by God to great Rishis of the ancient past. It mellowed
with the evolution of Indian civilisation tracing its origin to "Adharva Veda' the oldest work of
Philosophy and science in the history of mankind.
And where, almost all medicines are of plant origin, they do not have any side effects. It flourished
at a time when all the science branches, we now practice, were in its rudiments. Physicians the world
over, now consider Ayurveda as a system of treatment embedded in nature that couples medication and
recognised lifestyle. In the modern era, where most of the diseases result from mutations in life styles,
we have started to look back into this ancient wisdom, which advocates a therapy that has its roots in
Ayurveda has withstood the test of time, for over four millenniums by propagation as smrithi and sruthi
(through oral education and discussion ) and mananam (meditation).
Most of the reference texts that are in use today were recorded after 1000B.C.
It can be seen that Principles of Ayurveda are retained intact and the medicinal formulations in
the reference texts are narrated as examples of this treatment theory for individual diseases
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