Gula 1400 BCE


Gula was the consort of the powerful Babylonian God Ninib and was known as the Goddess of Healing by the ancient Mesopotamians. Also known as "The Lady who restores life," Gula was said to have helped breathe life back into Babylon after the Great Flood and is the patroness of herbs, healing, and life.


Toxicological Perspective

Gula was said to have restored life after the Great Flood of Babylon and was widely considered a healer.

Gula was the ancient consort of Babylonian God Ninib. She was referred with such monikers as "the lady who restores life" and "the great physician."