Vedas are considered Ultimate Source of Knowledge and the most ancient written literature of the world. All great ancient thinkers and Philosophers. From Brahma down to Jaimini opine that the Vedas are as old as the advent of man and believe that the Vedas are Revelation. The natural outcome of the. Optimistic and robust outlook, which the ancient Indians had on life, was a keen desire to live a long and healthy life of a hundred years. They advocated the theory “Prevention is better than cure”. The changing climate biotechnological "error" and manipulation with respect to microbial Physiology. Biochemistry and genetics; another factors have favoured Pathogens. Infectious diseases and its forms emerging infectious diseases and reemerging infectious diseases are now a great challenge for modern microbiologists. Traditional knowledge of is medicinal Plant and their treatment, method is rooted in classical literatures and unscripted dialects of people in India. Medicinal Plants are assuming greater importance in Present time because of various side effects of modern medication and due to fewer side effects Indian medicinal plants. There are innumerable medicinal herbs available in India and the Scholars and Physicians have been making use of the same. It is impossible to cover the entire medical. This Paper deals with some important herbs, which have been used to cure the diseases from the very early times to the modern time. This Paper seeks to analyze and emphasize that medicinal Vedic microbiology has Capability to deal with the infectious diseases and its forms.
Khairnar, D., salunkhe, R , bachhav, Y , Bhadane, A & Borse, K (2022). Vedic and Ancient Knowledge: Trends towards Life Sciences and medicinal microbiology.. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/ijcrt2211193
Khairnar, Dnyanesh, et. al. "Vedic and Ancient Knowledge: Trends towards Life Sciences and medicinal microbiology." Afribary. Afribary, 15 Nov. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/ijcrt2211193. Accessed 07 Dec. 2022.
Khairnar, Dnyanesh, Rohi Salunkhe , Yogeshwari Bachhav , Anisha Bhadane and Kunjal Borse . "Vedic and Ancient Knowledge: Trends towards Life Sciences and medicinal microbiology.". Afribary, Afribary, 15 Nov. 2022. Web. 07 Dec. 2022. < https://afribary.com/works/ijcrt2211193 >.
Khairnar, Dnyanesh, Rohi Salunkhe , Yogeshwari Bachhav , Anisha Bhadane and Kunjal Borse . "Vedic and Ancient Knowledge: Trends towards Life Sciences and medicinal microbiology." Afribary (2022). Accessed December 07, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/ijcrt2211193