Unani Medicine

"Unani" or "Yunani medication" is the term for Perso-Arabic conventional medication as rehearsed in Mughal India and in Muslim culture in South Asia and cutting edge Central Asia The term Yūnānī signifies "Greek", as the Perso-Arabic arrangement of medication depended on the lessons of the Greek doctors Hippocrates and Galen. 

The Hellenistic cause of Unani medication is as yet noticeable in its being founded on the old style four humors: mucus (balgham), blood (dam), yellow bile (ṣafrā) and dark bile (saudā'), however it has likewise been affected by Indian and Chinese customary frameworks. 

The clinical custom of medieval Islam was acquainted with India by the thirteenth century with the foundation of the Delhi Sultanate and it took its own course of advancement during the Mughal Empire impacted by Indian clinical lessons of Sushruta and Charaka. Alauddin Khalji (d. 1316) had a few prominent doctors (Hakims) at his regal courts. This illustrious support prompted the improvement of Unani in India, and furthermore the making of Unani writing.

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