GLOBALISATION OF RASAYANA AS ANTI-OXIDANTS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF AGEING
Ageing is not a disease; it is the progressive decline in physical, physiological and psychological function of the body over time. In recent time, due to increased life expectancy and increased medical knowledge, demand of anti-ageing medicine is increasing day by day. There is a growing market for anti-ageing products from non-invasive procedures to facelifts. The landscape of anti-ageing is changing rapidly and people are continuously looking for anti-ageing therapy which are convenient and without side effects. Ayurveda is the traditional system of medicine of India and contains a very scientific description of age and age related changes. Ayurveda has a great potential in the field of anti-ageing as there are lots of single herbs and preparations which possess anti-oxidant properties and slow down the process of ageing and thus increase the longevity of the individuals.
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