FOR THE IDEA OF MOVIE NOVEL
Apollonius of Rhodes, along with other Ancient authors, in his Argonautica wrote about Georgian remedial herbs and their administration. It was also known that in the lowlands of Colchis Hecate Garden (650 B.C.) was arranged where more than forty remedial herbs were grown. The very word medicine derives from the name of healer Medea, daughter of Aeetes, King of Colchis...
In the depths of Ancient Georgian popular medicine numerous healers from close clans emerged who developed their own remedies. The examples of these cases are as follows: Turmanidze ointment; Askurava‘s treatment of bone fractures by means of light dressings and ointment without plaster; family cream of the Berulava family; medicine of Nachkebia family...
Here is a far-reaching fragment from the poem Kikola’s Story by Akaki Tsereteli:
I am a true Imeretian, born in Imereti,
Turmanidze is my family name, highly praised for healing,
I have concocted an ointment in the immortality well,
But I hide this mystery with great care.
The history records of the family teach us to cover it
And to prevent any desciple from other clan.