Track 11 : African Traditional Medicine

African traditional medicine has its origin in the African sub-continent. Initially, it was said to be a primitive method of medication but now it has gained attention among the research scientist. The traditional African treatment mainly focuses on the patient’s social environment as the main cause of the disease rather than medical or physical reasons. […]

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Track 10 : Unani

Unani was introduced by 13th century during the Mughal rule in India. According to Unani, treatment of any disease depends on the right diagnosis of the particular disease and provide suitable treatment. There are several universities in India, Pakistan and South Africa providing Unani degree courses. The treatment procedure of Unani medicine includes regimental therapy […]

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Track 9: Siddha

Siddha is originated from the ancient Vedic writings of Tamil culture written on palm leaf manuscripts. Siddha follows some procedures along with the medication such as intense yogic practices and periodic fasting and meditation. Recent studies prove that various herbals from Siddha have potential anti-oxidant and antimicrobial properties. Even the latest research evidence shows that […]

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Track 8 : Acupuncture – Needle Therapy

Acupuncture is an alternative medicine which is used to treat musculoskeletal problems and treat a wide range of conditions. It is widely applied for the treatment of various neurological disorder. According to recent researches, acupuncture could be used to treat neural diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and depression by modulating the plasticity of […]

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Track 7 : Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese medicine is a worldwide recognized medical practice which has its root dates back for more than 2500 years. The Chinese Materia Medica is a pharmacological reference book for Chinese medicine practitioners. The traditional Chinese herbal remedy Artemisia annua which has been used in China for almost 2000 years is found to be effective […]

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Track 6 : Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is an alternative treatment method which applies natural therapies. Naturopathy is based on the treatment which involves providing the suitable conditions so that the natural self-healing properties of the body gets optimized. Naturopathic diagnosis focuses on identifying the underlying causes of disease, while naturopathic therapies are supported by research drawn frompeer-reviewed journals from […]

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Track 4 : Ayurveda : Self-Healing

Ayurveda has its origins in the Vedic culture of India which is a natural healing system that is 5000 years old. The terminology Tri-Dosha describes that human beings are part of nature in which three fundamental energies that govern our inner and outer environment. The Ayurveda describes that the medicine is divided into eight components. […]

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Track 2 : Ongoing Research and Development

Traditional medicine refers to medicines that have been formulated by using practices and knowledge which has evolved thousands of years. The market value of traditional medicines are increasing and the worldwide annual market approaches US$ 60 billion. Several countries like China, India, Nigeria, USA, and World Health Organization have made substantial research investments in the […]

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