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“The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest their patients in the care of the human frame,
in Diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.”(Thomas Edison)
There is no substance in the world, which is not a medicine, and everything is useful in many ways. There is no common medicine for a disease. Ready of the shelf medications cannot have the desired effect as you are individual and your constitution differs from others with the same or similar ailment and the medications have to also be specially made. The medicine changes from person to person for the same disease. The determination of the drug, its potency, dose, time of administration etc should be appropriate to the dosha imbalance, strength & stage of the disease, the diseased (person), and the digestion. Very subtle are the variation in different states of doshas, drugs, regions, time, strength, digestive activity, food, tastes, accustoms, mental makeup, constitution, age etc.
which if not considered deeply will lead to complications. Ayurvedic Medicines can be divided in to 2 groups:
- Medicines of plant origin
- Medicines of metals and mineral origin
These in turn are presented in various forms as herbal jams, concentrated herbal decoctions, herbal ghees, herbal powders, herbal oils, ointments, pastes, herbal juices etc. Irrespective of these, there are single herb therapies, which is also unique to Ayurveda.