Ayurveda Medicines

Herbs have been known and used for many centuries for their healthily beneficial properties. The people of Sumer (one of the earliest civilizations of the world) used medicinal herbs such as mulethi and mint. This is evident from the tablets made of clay obtained around 4000 BCE.
The Chinese literature ‘Pen Sao’, written around 3000 BCE, had about 1000 herb formulas and these formulas would date back thousands of years. History recorded in Egypt in 1700 BCE shows that herbs such as hapusha (thorny leaves and bush with poisonous fruits like plum) and garlic were known to them and were used for treatment since 4000 BCE.
The Egyptians also knew about the marvelous qualities of the blossom flower. Women like Cleopatra grinded the petals of the flowers and used them for the beauty of their skin to protect the skin from dry, dry weather. These ancient truths depended on herbs to maintain health and beauty. They knew a lot about which we do not know anything.
The word botany has included many things in it, such as roots, leaves, bark and berry. You must have found that we also use the terms herb and vegetable interchangeably. Today, herbs are commonly called the plant or part of a plant, which is used for its medicinal properties, flavors or fragrance properties.
Even today the nutrients found in vegetation are unmatched and very important for our health. But in today’s modern times we also have the option of taking a herb supplement.
This undesirable use of drugs is praiseworthy and should be done in other countries as well. Germany is the only country where an active substance in the St. John’s Wart – Hypericum is certified for medical use.
While many countries, such as China, Japan, Korea, France and Germany are diagnosing various types of health problems with herbal medicine, on the other hand the medical community in North America is still skeptical about herbs. And is often in favor of allopathic medicine or surgery except for the treatment of diseases.
One problem is that making herbal medicines is not as profitable as allopathic medicines. A modern medicine can be patented, giving the manufacturer company its exclusive rights. Whereas, herbs are readily available to most consumers and there are very few patents.
If a company spends millions of dollars doing research and validating its effects on an herb and another company, which has spent no money, brings the same product to market at a lower price, then the first company This will be a loss deal.
Since there is not much benefit in this, the companies making herbal medicines are not able to cheat the doctors like allopathic medicine companies do. As a result, modern medicine increases the inclination to treat diseases. Instead of treating it slowly with healthy herbs or by using them already, diseases should be avoided.
In more than 25 percent of medicines recommended by a physician, active substances are obtained from plants. Many medicines available in stores are also made from plant compounds.
The white bark is the fundamental source of salicin, which forms the basis of aspirin. Selisin was first artificially synthesized in 1852. Later in 1899, it was further enhanced to make it less irritable to the stomach and brought to the attention of a well-known pharmaceutical company called acetylsalicylic end, called aspirin.
Long before all these incidents, the white bark was used to relieve general aches and pains. The ancient Egyptian, Assyrian, and Greek manuscript mentions white bark, and this effective herb was used by ancient physicians, Galen, Hippocrates, and Dioscorides, to treat pain and fever.
It was used by Native American Indians for headaches, fevers, injured muscles, arthritis, and colds. We started taking herbs, taking medicines made from them and now we have started using the herb in its pure form.