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EXPLORING THE TIMELESS WISDOM OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW

Dr. Rajaputana Lakshmi Manisha*, Bachu Bhavani and U. Gaurav

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An extensive summary of the application of Ayurvedic medicine to modern health and wellness issues is given in this review article. It emphasizes how modern lifestyles have led to a revived interest in wellness and how ancient dietary practices have given way to more modern ones, with a focus on preventive care rather than expensive sick treatment. In order to promote Ayurveda globally, the paper emphasizes the necessity for more study and evidence-based validation. The ancient holistic medical system known as Ayurveda is investigated as a potentially useful treatment for chronic conditions like diabetes, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, and asthma that are frequently deemed incurable by contemporary medicine. Unfortunately, acceptance of many Ayurvedic notions has been hampered by their lack of scientific support. In order to increase Ayurveda's acceptance throughout the world, the study highlights the significance of evidence-based research and the creation of cuttingedge research methodology. The merging of contemporary scientific evidence-based medicine with traditional knowledge systems like Ayurveda is also covered in the essay. It emphasizes how important it is for Ayurvedic researchers to work with creative projects and adjust to new developments in the field of medicine. The article also explores the many forms and uses of iron in Ayurvedic medicine, with a focus on how it can be used to treat ailments like fever, anaemia, piles, and inflammatory illnesses. The potential clinical utility of adaptogenic herbs and the fusion of Ayurveda with evidence-based medicine are discussed. The essay also discusses the dangers of hazardous metals present in some Ayurvedic medications, emphasizing the necessity of industrial safety protocols and quality assurance. It also covers some Ayurvedic plant extracts' antioxidant qualities, which have demonstrated promise in reducing oxidative stress. In order to assure the safety and effectiveness of Ayurvedic medicines, the review finishes by highlighting the significance of standardized operational methods for herbal pharmaceuticals and formulations, with a particular focus on quality control and quality assurance. This strategy is thought to be essential for building confidence and interest in traditional plant-based remedies across borders, which could increase poor nations' income from the global herbal market.

Keywords: Ayurvedic Medicine, Contemporary challenges, Evidence-Based Research, Integrative medicine, Adaptogenic plants, Antioxidant properties, Global Recognition.


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