Unlocking Wellness by Ayurveda: with Contrasting Modern Medicine

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Sujata Guchhait

  1. Student , Department of Pharmaceutical Technology Gitanjali College of Pharmacy, Lohapur, Birbhum West Bengal India


In nowadays world we are such subordinate to drugs that we are unable to imagine a single day without them. Like smartphones, we are also addicted to pharmaceutical which significantly impact our lives. Constant utilization of medicine makes resistance and dependence on the medicament. It moreover has diverse side effects which cause various health hazards. As people become aware of this the utilization of herbal remedies has expanded world-wide. Our mother soil has given us endless assets of flora and fauna which are full of medicinal value. More investigation is needed to explore this unexploited treasure. Always herbs are showing up in better harmony with the human body with negligible side effects than other treatment. That’s why the interest in traditional medicine system is increasing day by day. Among all TMSs ayurveda is most prevalent and utilized by ancient times. The display survey highlights general information on diverse perspectives of traditional medicine system. Further study is still required in the following areas, despite India’s success in promoting its medication through expended research and a science-based approach: Chemical biology, botanical, Pharmacological, and toxicological

Keywords: Resistance, side effects, herbal remedies, flora, fauna, traditional medicine system, Ayurveda.

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Received April 15, 2024
Accepted May 14, 2024
Published May 18, 2024

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