Arabic and Unani Medicine

Unani medicine, also called Unani tibb, Arabian medicine, or Islamic medicine, a standard system of healing and health maintenance observed in South Asia. The origins of Unani medicine are found within the doctrines of the traditional Greek physicians Hippocrates and Galen. As a field, it had been later developed and refined through systematic experiment by the Arabs, most prominently by Muslim scholar-physician Avicenna. During the Caliphate, the majority of Greek knowledge was translated into Arabic, a part of that knowledge being the principles of drugs. With additional contributions of medical wisdom from other parts of the center East and South Asia, Unani medicine came to be known also as Arabian, or Islamic, medicine.

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