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Pharma & Medicine Dates Back to 750 AD; Know-how of Prophetic Treatment Tradition

Transformative is the e-magazine of 750 AD Healthcare, and this Eid-Milad-un-nabi it is important to know how the brand originated, and how the history of medicine and treatment dates back the the number- 750 AD.

Medicine was part of medieval Islamic culture. From 661 to 750 C.E., during the Umayyad dynasty, people generally believed that God would provide treatment for every illness. by 750 AD, many Islamic communities had begun to develop and practice medical systems with scientific elements and evidences. Centers of learning grew out of mosques, and hospitals were the new add-ons to the sites. Pharmacy was coming up in a big way, and medical students could observe and learn from more experienced doctors and pharmacists there. Not many people know that the medieval Islamic world produced some of the greatest medical thinkers in history. They made advances in surgery, built hospitals, and welcomed women into the medical profession.

The very first drug store, a pharma store in today’s language was launched in 750 Ad in Asia, and later, moved to Europe. Healthcare and pharmacy are two of the oldest industries and have had super cool beginnings. Before drug stores, pharmacy was mostly practiced by monks in their monasteries. 

Not just this, they were in the line of the thought process of the other cultures and religious beliefs. Like, the prophetic medicine concept which says that there are many home remedies that can cure the mild illness. Like, honey is an ideal, natural remedy for sore throats and coughing. Researchers at Penn State College of Medicine found that honey may offer parents an effective and safe alternative to medicines for their children. The study found that a small dose of buckwheat honey given before bedtime provided better relief of night time cough and sleep difficulty in children than the typical cough suppressants found in many over-the-counter medications.

Coming to the modern day where brands like Zydus Cadila are coming up with the new-age innovations in pharmacy, it’s interesting to see how the healthcare sector shaped over so many centuries. “Our innovations today have brought in next-generation therapies . With new technology, and further innovations, we at Cadila hope to bring much relief to patients and help them improve their health and quality of life’. This is what the brand says when it comes to the changing shape of the sector.

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Transformative is single-handedly maneuvered and navigated under the expert hands of Dr. Supriya Himanshu, Consulting Editor, Transformative. Dr. Supriya, who has spent more than 15 years in media industry, working with media houses like TOI, HT, MediaTransAsia, The Statesman, TheHindu, Danika Jagran, both in print and online space, from Deputy Editor to being a Freelancer, is conceptualizing the content and cover, in sync with today’s need.


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