Our vision is to create a College of Classical Healing Arts, where all traditions will work together. Five main colleges will offer accredited degrees in 5 different ancient indigenous systems. One specialized hospital will serve as the clinical study for all traditions. A conference center will allow other less known, tribal traditions to make presentations, conduct healing ceremonies and give a platform to present research of the Institute to the general medical world.
The most ancient indigenous medicine system of India. Originating in South India.
Combination of all these systems of medicine, as to the instructions of great sages and saints of the himalayas.
Reputedly brought out of Egypt by Moses and eventually iarose in Grees and Greek(Unani) medicine. The famous doctors, Hippocrates, Avicenna and Galen were leaders in this system.
Ancient system belonging to sages and "Immortals" of China, and influenced by theSouth Indian Siddhas(great masters).
Traditional system rising out of ancient India.
The youngest of the vedas, the Atharvaveda, begins to mention medicine.
The oldest of the vedas refers to the elements.
Charaka Samhita -
written by Charaka Rishi
Written by Sushruta
written by Vagbhata
Specialist in panchkarma(detoxifiation)
and manas roga(mental illness)
Expert in Vajikarana(fertility medicine) and Rasayana(rejuvenation)
Expert in cross-cultural identification and classification of Ayurvedic and Amzonian herbs.
Roots of this system go back nearly 10,000 years.
First (Root) Tantra - basic principles
Second(explanatory) Tantra - explanations about the Root Tantra.
Third (Oral) Tantra - fine details about specific pathologies.
Fourth (Final) Tantra -Final Summary