Abstract bhatt eng


Having roots in Vedic philosophy Ayurveda has continued to evolve including newer practices and substances as depicted in later period texts and as experienced today.
Details on specific diseases and comprehensive information on nearly 7500 signs and symptoms are described in Ayurvedic texts. This comprehensive clinical knowledge when interpreted in the context of biomedical advances can provide an opportunity to better interlink the disease development in the context of its morbid local and systemic manifestations.
Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia with thousands of formulations prescribed for variety of indications in nearly 60 dosage forms, oral or external, offer intricacies of natural phenomena and principles of synergy. Such complex therapeutic interventions and practices need validation based on experience, inference, experiment and algorithmic logic.

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