Medicinal Plants and Primary Health care - Science Express Climate Action Special 2016 (Source: Goraya G. S. and Somashekar B. S. 2009. Grow & Use Medicinal Plants for Primary Health Care: A Guide. Medplan Conservatory Society & FRLHT, Bangalore. Sponsored by: NMPB)
The ‘Systems Ayurveda’ graphic notation describes schema of Ayurveda knowledge base. Comprehensive view of concepts and logic is possible through this approach. In addition to logical, sequential linear flow, Ayurveda also adopts multi-dimensional, one-to-many and many-to-many cause effect relations. We hope the forthcoming poster series on ‘System Ayurveda’ will illustrate potentail and practical applications of logic and vast knowledge base on Ayurveda.
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