Unani Concept of Development of Aza-E-Mufridah - A Comparative Study

Mohd Saqlain, Ferasat Ali, Aliya Parveen, (doi: 10.23953/cloud.ijaayush.388)

Abstract


The aim and objective of this article is to take the present-day person to the ancient time of Unani scholars, what they said about the embryological development of Aza-e-mufridah without modern day gadgets and laboratories and compare it with modern science. Since eternity man has always wanted to understand and probe nature from and when creation began and his purpose in this world the inquisitive man sought the help of generalizations, nature, old` manuscripts sometimes even the prophesies of saints and above all religions. In ancient time when people had no interest in inventions and discoveries except making gauntlets and swords to wage wars and few affluent families were traders in that surroundings we do not expect someone to have high tech labs and for that matter study abortion and specimens to inform mankind about the various stages of intrauterine life which modern day scientist came to know only few decades back.


Keywords


Aza-e-mufridah; Intrauterine life; Unani

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