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A well-known Ayurvedic text, the Sushruta Samhita, states: - By changing dietary habits the human organism may be cured without using any medicine, while with hundreds of good medicines diseases of human organism cannot be cured if the food is wrong.
In 14th century Italty, members of the Branca family drew upon the Sushruta Samhita in developing the Italian Method, which ultimately developed to a six stage procedure involving transfer of tissue from the arm.
The Sushruta Samhita even says that sexual predisposition is determined before birth (SS 3. 2.42-43).
The wonderful method of Rhinoplasty is supposed to have been initiated in the famous Indian doctor who is better look upon as reproduce in his text named Sushruta Samhita.
700 BC: -- Sushruta Samhita describes cheek flap for nasal reconstruction. 14th century: -- Branca family develops Italian Method.
Vedic medical texts like the Sushruta Samhita declare homosexuality to be inborn (discussing it only in chapters on embryological development) and texts concerned with human sexuality (the
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