Monday, 14 November 2011


The traditional system of ancient vedic medicine traces its roots to older forms of the healing arts that existed as far back as 1400 b.c.

Ayurveda traces its origin to the vedas; Atharveveda in particular and is connected to ancient vedic religion.

 In this sense Ayurveda is considered to have divine origin. This indian medicine has a long history and is one of the oldest organised systems of medicine.

The sacred books of poems; the vedas written between 4500 and 1600 B.C. listed numerous medicinal plants used to remedy a host of ailments.

The Charak Samhitas are great encyclopedias of medicine, listed over 500 botanical remedies in its different chapters.

This important work provides a detailed account of the materia medica of the ancient Hindu researchers - Physicians.

Despite outside influences for almost last seven centuries Ayurveda remained an integral part of Indian Vedic culture.

Even with the rise of western medicine this Indian vedic system of medicine continued to flourish around the globe and spanning its arm maximum into the 20th century.

In a nutshell, Ayurveda is Science of Life and Longevity that treats man as a whole which is a combination of body, mind and soul.