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Kashyap Samhitā (Devanagari कश्यप संहिता, also Kashyapa, Kasyap, Kasyapa), also known as Vriddha Jivakiya Tantra is a treatise on Ayurveda attributed to the sage Kashyap.

The text is often named as one of the earliest treatises on Indian medicine, alongside the Sushruta Samhita, Charaka Samhita, Bheda Samhita, Harita Samhita (and others).

In contemporary practice of Ayurveda, it is consulted especially in the fields of Ayuvedic pediatrics, gynecology and obstetrics.

It is also part of the Ayurveda teaching syllabus especially in Kaumarabhritya Balaroga (Pediatrics).

It is dated to a period of 6th century BCE. Kashyapa Samhita was translated into Chinese during the Middle Ages.

The Kashyap samhita contains 200 chapters.

    Sutra sthan, of 30 chapters
    Nidan sthan, of 8 chapters
    Vimana sthan, of 8 chapters
    Shareer sthan, of 8 chapters
    Indriya sthan, of 12 chapters,
    Chikitsa sthan, of 30 chapters,
    Siddhi sthan, of 12 chapters
    Kalpa sthan, of 12 chapters
    Khil Bhag, of 80 chapters.

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Wikipedia:Kashyap Samhita