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Itty Achudan Vaidyan (forename also spelt as Itty Achuden in English, and Itti Achudem in Latin), who is known to have lived during the second half of the 17th century, was a distinguished Ayurvedic physician, from the ancient Kollatt family of traditional Ezhava Ayurvedic Vaidyans (doctors) of Kerala. The Kollatt family are natives of Kadakkarapally, a coastal village, north-west of Cherthala town, in Kerala, South India.

Itty Achudan Vaidyan was author while with the three Konkani Brahmanas, Appu Bhat, Vinayaka Pandit and Ranga Bhat, (contribution is insignificant for their incapacity to connect with nature)of ethno-medical information for the compilation of Hortus Malabaricus, the botanical treatise on the medicinal properties of flora of 17th century Malabar (present day Kerala). The book was compiled by the Dutch Governor of Malabar, Hendrik van Rheede, and published posthumously in Amsterdam between 1678 and 1693.

The ethno-medical information presented in Hortus Malabaricus was extracted from palm-leaf manuscripts maintained by Itty Achudan Vaidyan, who was introduced to Henrik van Rheede by Veera Kerala Varma the then ruler of the erstwhile state of Kochi.

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