hcp 210 week 1 Origin of the Modern Day Pharmacy

hcp 210 week 1 Origin of the Modern Day Pharmacy - Origin...

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Origin of the Modern Day Pharmacy The ancient method of the Indian medical practices reached all over the entire of Asia, which includes the southeast, Indonesia, Tibet, and Japan. It is worth mentioning that Indian religion and spirituality would allow a system of material medicine, which took on in sound, sensible practices, still entirely free of magic and spiritual relations. To begin with, sickness was believed to be a consequence from chastisement by a divine being for being evil, however as faith in reincarnation grew the indiscretion, itself would show the way to retribution by nature. The pharmacopoeia was huge. Just recently, Western medicine has added some of the ancient remedies. A technique of diagnosis includes magic and sensible methods. Prophetic signs played a significant part in medicine. As a result, diabetes happen to be documented by the sweet taste of a patient's urine. The pulse was a significant diagnostic and prognostic tool; these tools were labeled into a complex system. The Indians used roots and herbs in ancient times to heal people
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course HCP 210 0000000000 taught by Professor Smith during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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