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Related to samhita: Sushruta Samhita, Charaka Samhita

samhita (säm·hēˑ·t),

n in Sanskrit, the elemental unity from which rishi, devata, and chhandas originate and among which a constant interaction forms the basis of diversity in creation. See also rishi, devata, and chhandas.
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Astangra-hrdaya-Samhita (7-8th century AD), Cakradatta (11th century AD), Sarandhar Samhita (13th century AD), of the same Sanskrit literature, do not fail to describe this condition.
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Its first description is found in Sushruta Samhita, India, in the 6th century.
Indian classical medical scriptures like Charak samhita and Shushruta samhita have prescribed smoking pellets (small balls used for smoking) containing its rhizome for cough, hiccups, and asthma.
This is a likely reference to the Hindu ojas, which the Ayurvedic Caraka Samhita (1.
Ja o hatha yoga comecou a ser praticado na era comum e aparece nas principais obras, como Goraksa Sataka, Siva Samhita, Hathayogapradipika, Gheranda Samhita, entre outras, que surgem a partir do seculo XV e ilustram um numero limitado de asanas.
The Greek, Galen, and the Jew, Maimonides, expected, actually demanded, high moral character of healers, but only India's Charaka Samhita st Century AD) attributed moral as well as scientific authority to the healer.
Moreover, the science of medicine - Ayurveda was the profession of the Sudras and Charak Samhita the father of Ayurveda was not only a Buddhist but also the physician of Buddhist emperor Kanishka.