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CLASSICAL AYURVEDIC FORMULATIONS

Ayurvedic medicine originated in the early evolution of India about 3,000-5,000 years ago. These formulations are taken from the ancient Vedic text or Vedas (books of Ayurveda), the ancient religious and philosophical texts that are the oldest surviving literature in the world, which makes Ayurvedic medicine the oldest surviving healing system. According to the texts, Ayurveda is the most ancient science of life having a holistic health approach. In Sanskrit, Ayur means life and veda means knowledge, so Ayurveda has been defined as the "knowledge of living" or the "science of longevity."

This system of medicine involves diet, detoxification and purification techniques, herbal and mineral remedies, yoga, breathing exercises, meditation, and massage therapy as holistic healing methods.

Ayurvedic medicines are based on plants, animals and minerals both as single ingredient and compound formulations.

BASIC TYPES OF AYURVEDIC FORMULATIONS

1. Classical Ayurvedic medicines

These medicines are present in traditional Ayurvedic text books such as Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Samhita etc. The manufacturing company follows the same formula and prepares medicines. For e.g bhasmas, asavas, arishtas, taila etc.

2. Proprietary medicines

These are also known as patent medicines or modern Ayurvedic medicines. Their formula, dosage form are decided by the manufacturing company and ingredients used in these preparation are not found in traditional Ayurvedic text books. Every company has its own formula and conducts clinical trial, research on the medicine about its efficacy. For e.g. capsules, syrups etc.

TYPES OF CLASSICAL AYURVEDIC FORMULATIONS

Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

1. Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

These are distillates of herbs, they are extremely light in nature and very easily assimilate in the system.

Examples - Gulab Ark, Ajwain Ark

Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

1. Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

These are distillates of herbs, they are extremely light in nature and very easily assimilate in the system.

Examples - Gulab Ark, Ajwain Ark

Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

1. Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

These are distillates of herbs, they are extremely light in nature and very easily assimilate in the system.

Examples - Gulab Ark, Ajwain Ark

Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

1. Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

These are distillates of herbs, they are extremely light in nature and very easily assimilate in the system.

Examples - Gulab Ark, Ajwain Ark

Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

1. Ark (Distillation of Herbs)

These are distillates of herbs, they are extremely light in nature and very easily assimilate in the system.

Examples - Gulab Ark, Ajwain Ark