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THE PHARMA REVIEW (JULY – AUGUST 2014)

Ayurvedic Perspective of Human Metabolic Activities

Sayani Majumder1, Md. Harun Al Rashid1, Sailee Chowdhury2, Bijan Kumar Gupta3 & Subhash C. Mandal1

Introduction: Herbs are traditionally used in India from ancient time under the medicinal system called ‘Ayurveda’. This system has a specific line of treatment and concept to understand diseased condition of human beings. It had been served an authentic and precious relief therapy to the society. It is believed that the creator of world, lord Brahma is the creator of Ayurveda. Then the knowledge he gave to his angels and lastly to the human beings1. Ayurveda is the Upaveda of Atharvaveda and finally it exists in written form through two sets of classical books each consists of three books. One is Brihattrayi consists of Charaka Samhita (600 B.C.), Sushruta Samhita (500 B.C.) and Astanga Hridayam (600 A.D.); and another is Laghuttrayi consists of Madhava Nidhana (900 A.D.), Sarangadhar Samhita (1300 A.D.) and Bhavaprakasa (1600 A.D.). 

 

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