Rishis or masterminds have rebealed the pulse(Nadi) Diagnosis,herbal formulas and behavior ruels to maintain good health of male PROSTATE GLAND and WOMB of female which is vital for conceiving gifted children.
The treatment system
indigenous to Sri Lanka (Deha Dhamma)
had its origins in mythical times dating back to ancient Buddha’s
or Rishis and then Sri Lanka was recognized
as Dharma Deepa (treasure
island of wisdom).Rishis like Pulasthi, Agasthi & others have
revealed the knowledge for this system of medicine and Rishi
Pulasthi was king Ravana's grandfather. The first great physician
the world has seen was mighty Sri Lanka king Ravana and is credited
with the authorship of 4 books on herbal medicine
and maintaining good health. They are,
1) Arkaprakasha - Book on distillation.
2) Nadi Prakasha - Book on pulse diagnosis.
3) Kumarathanthra - Book on conscious conception and child health.
4) Udisthanthraya - Book on spiritual and ritual healing.
Mythical king Ravana was not only a great king but was skilled in ten different sciences and the greatest mater od acupuncture and gerbal medicine of his time.presently archaeological evidence prove that his knowledge has spread beyond Sri Lanka as well.No king of any other country in history could boast of such a collection of noble accomplishments.The Indian Ayurvedic system was amalgamated with the indigenous system of Herbal Medicine only after the introduction of recent buddhism to Sri Lanka in the 3rd centuary B.C. and the knowledge has been handed down from generation ane are written and preserved in palm(ola) leaves.The remaining ruins of ancient hostpital sites at Mihintale,Ritigala and Mana kanda in Anuradapura district are belieaved as the worlds known oldest hostpitals and is a very good proof of the state our indigenous treatment system had existed.Even today we use a number of important medicines not found in the Indian Pharmecopia.Eg:- Buddharaja Kalka,Navaratne Kalka,Desadun Kalka,Seetharama Vati,Sunranvidura Vati,Siddhatha Oil,Garba Rathna Churna,Agraraja Tonic etc.