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3rd Global Summit on Herbals & Traditional Medicine, will be organized around the theme “Unwinding Nature’s Recipes for Health”

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The study or use of medicinal herbs to prevent and treat diseases and ailments or to promote health and healing. Herbal medicine is also called as Botanicals, Phytotherapy.  A growing field with a long tradition. It is the oldest and most widely used system of medicine in the world today. It is used in all societies and is common to all cultures. The art or practice of using herbs and herbal remedies to maintain health and to prevent, alleviate, or cure disease—called also herbalism. They are used for treating anxiety, depression, Healing, ache and many more. There are different types of herbs like Anti Inflammatory Herbs, Smoking Herbs, Fertility Herbs, Adoptogenic herbs, Healing Herbs. There are also different types of herbal products used in various forms some of them are Herbal Tea, Herbal Hair Products, Herbal Cigarettes, Herbal Antibiotics, and Herbal Toothpastes. 

  • Track 1-1Anti-inflammatory herbs
  • Track 1-2Herbal toothpaste
  • Track 1-3Herbal antibiotics
  • Track 1-4Herbal anti-depressants
  • Track 1-5Herbal antihistamine
  • Track 1-6Healing herbs
  • Track 1-7Herbal Cigarettes
  • Track 1-8Herbal vitamins
  • Track 1-9Herbal hair products
  • Track 1-10Herbal Drugs and Formulations
  • Track 1-11Advantages of Herbal Supplements over Modern Medicine
  • Track 1-12Quality control of Herbal Drugs
  • Track 1-13Herbal drugs Discovery and Development
  • Track 1-14Herbal Medicines: Challenges and Regulations
  • Track 1-15Using Herbs and Herbal Remedies for Home Health
  • Track 1-16Adoptogenic herbs
  • Track 1-17Fertility Herbs
  • Track 1-18Smoking herbs
  • Track 1-19Herbs for anxiety
  • Track 1-20Herbal Medicine Side Effects

Traditional medicine originated and has evolved over thousands of years. Traditional Medicine is a system of primary health care that includes acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, remedial massage, exercise and breathing therapy and diet and lifestyle advice. In Australia, the most popular forms of TCM health care are acupuncture and Herbal Medicine. It has an uninterrupted history of development in China and other parts of East Asia dating back thousands of years.   

  • Track 2-1Traditional Midwifery
  • Track 2-2Medical anthropology
  • Track 2-3Ethnobotany
  • Track 2-4Ethnomedicine
  • Track 2-5Herbalism
  • Track 2-6Traditional African medicine
  • Track 2-7Traditional Korean medicine acupuncture
  • Track 2-8Traditional Chinese medicine
  • Track 2-9Islamic medicine
  • Track 2-10Ancient Iranian medicine
  • Track 2-11Siddha medicine
  • Track 2-12Traditional Medicine Today: Clinical and Research Issues
  • Track 2-13Challenges and Future Directions of Traditional Medicine
  • Track 2-14Traditional Pharmaceuticals and Biologic Products

Acupuncture involves the insertion of extremely thin needles through your skin at strategic points on your body. A key component of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture is most commonly used to treat pain. Traditional Chinese medicine explains acupuncture as a technique for balancing the flow of energy or life force — known as qi or chi (CHEE) — believed to flow through pathways (meridians) in your body. By inserting needles into specific points along these meridians, acupuncture practitioners believe that your energy flow will re-balance. In contrast, many Western practitioners view the acupuncture points as places to stimulate nerves, muscles and connective tissue. Some believe that this stimulation boosts your body's natural painkillers and increases blood flow.

  • Track 3-1Japanese Acupuncture
  • Track 3-2Korean Acupuncture
  • Track 3-3Acupuncture and Neurology
  • Track 3-4Acupuncture in Pain Management
  • Track 3-5Acupuncture and insulin resistance
  • Track 3-6Hypoglycaemic action of acupuncture
  • Track 3-7Traditional Chinese Acupuncture
  • Track 3-8Acupuncture in Pain Management
  • Track 3-9Acupuncture Techniques
  • Track 3-10Traditional Chinese Medicine in Acupuncture

Alternative medicine or fringe medicine practices claimed to have the healing effects of medicine but are disproven, unproven, or harmful. This alternative medicine may cause harmful or toxic effects to the body. But now a days this medicine got popularity in various countries. This medicine mainly used by cancer patients.

  • Track 4-1Current Research in Alternative Medicine
  • Track 4-2Holistic Approach of Alternative Medicine
  • Track 4-3Physical Therapies and Natural Remedies
  • Track 4-4Mind Body Therapy
  • Track 4-5Acupressure
  • Track 4-6Chiropractic

Holistic medicine is the art and science of healing that addresses the whole person – body, mind, and spirit. The practice of holistic medicine integrates to treat the disease by which it promotes optimal health

Mostly includes Ethno botany, Natural product chemistry, Biological activity and toxicity of herbals Medicinal plants are important sources for pharmaceutical manufacturing. Medicinal plants have been identified and used throughout human history. Supply chain management and value addition of MAPs Plants have the ability to synthesize a wide variety of chemical compounds that are used in cure various diseases. Mostly they are used in herbal therapies, tratidional medicine practioners. They are also which are used in making perfumes, in cooking, and in the food, pharmaceutical, and liquor industries. Many aromatic plants are species of the Lauraceae, Umbelliferae, Myrtaceae, and Labiatae families. In the USSR roses, geraniums, laurel, lavender, and rosemary are among the plants used in industry. Quality control standardization and certification of medicinal plants and herbal products is very important. Ginseng is perhaps the most widely recognized plant used in traditional medicine and now plays a major role in herbal health care. Through the ages, the root has been used in the treatment of loss of strength, hardened arteries, blood and bleeding disorders, and colitis, and to relieve the symptoms of aging, cancer, and senility. 

  • Track 6-1Ginseng
  • Track 6-2Uses of Medicinal Plants in Traditional Health Care Systems
  • Track 6-3Phytomedicines and Medicinal Crops
  • Track 6-4Safety and Efficacy of Medicinal Plants and Herbal Products
  • Track 6-5Global market of Medicinal Plants and Herbal products

Phytochemistry and Pharmacognosy which are related to the medicinal plants. Pharmacognosy is the study of chemical and botanical properties of drugs in medicinal plants that which gives new drugs. Phytochemistry which derives the second metabolic activity to defend from insects and fungi.  

  • Track 7-1Applications of Pharmacognosy
  • Track 7-2Natural Products
  • Track 7-3Ethnopharmacy
  • Track 7-4Natural products chemistry in drug discovery
  • Track 7-5Toxicology Studies of Plant Products
  • Track 7-6Ethnopharmacology

Homeopathy was invented by Samuel Christian Hahnemann (1755-1843). Homeopathy is a safe, gentle, and natural system of healing that works with your body to relieve symptoms, restore itself, and improve your overall health. It is extremely safe to use, even with very small children and pets, has none of the side effects of many traditional medications, is very affordable, is made from natural substances, and is FDA regulated.  Homeopathic medicine is based on three central 

  • Track 8-1Recent Advances in Homeopathy
  • Track 8-2Wisdom of Homeopathy
  • Track 8-3Safe, effective, natural: overcoming Add/Adhd with homeopathy

Ayurvedic medicine is a system of traditional Hindu medicine native to the Indian subcontinent. Contemporary practices derived from Ayurvedic traditions are a type of alternative medicine. Ayurvedic practices include the use of herbal medicines, mineral or metal supplementation, surgical techniques, opium, and application of oil by massages

  • Track 9-1Ayurvastra
  • Track 9-2Panchakarma
  • Track 9-3Kayachikitsa -Internal Medicine
  • Track 9-4Shalya chikitsa -Surgery
  • Track 9-5Bala chikitsa- Pediatrics
  • Track 9-6Graha chikitsa- Bhoot Vidya - Psychiatry
  • Track 9-7Urdhvanga chikitsa-Treatment of eyes, ears, nose, throat and head
  • Track 9-8Damstra chikitsa- Agad Tantra -Toxicology
  • Track 9-9Jara chikitsa- Rasayana- Gerentorology
  • Track 9-10Vrishya chikitsa- vajikarana- Aphrodisiacs

Traditional Chinese medicine originated in ancient China and has evolved over thousands of years. Traditional Chinese Medicine is a system of primary health care that includes acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, remedial massage, exercise and breathing therapy and diet and lifestyle advice. In Australia, the most popular forms of TCM health care are acupuncture and Herbal Medicine. It has an uninterrupted history of development in China and other parts of East Asia dating back thousands of years.   

  • Track 10-1Qi theory and meridans
  • Track 10-2Applications of Traditional Medicine
  • Track 10-3Western & Chinese Herbal Medicine
  • Track 10-4Dietary therapy
  • Track 10-5Exercise (qigong)
  • Track 10-6Massage (tuina)
  • Track 10-7Herbal medicine
  • Track 10-8Acupuncture and the placebo question
  • Track 10-9Acupuncture points & CNS
  • Track 10-10Current Research in Traditional Medicine

Kampo medicine is widely practiced in Japan, and is fully integrated into the modern health care system. Kampo is based on traditional Chinese medicine but adapted to Japanese culture. This medicine is developed in Asia. 

  • Track 11-1Kampo herbs
  • Track 11-2Japanese alternative medicine
  • Track 11-3Distinctive features of Kampo medicine
  • Track 12-1Acupuncture
  • Track 12-2Moxibustion
  • Track 12-3Aromatherapy
  • Track 12-4Meditation

Unani medicine, also called Unani tibb, Arabian medicine, or Islamic medicine, a traditional system of healing and health maintenance observed in South Asia. The origins of Unani medicine are found in the doctrines of the ancient Greek physicians Hippocrates and Galen. As a field, it was later developed and refined through systematic experiment by the Arabs, most prominently by Muslim scholar-physician Avicenna. During the Caliphate (the political-religious Muslim state that began in 632 ce), the bulk of Greek knowledge was translated into Arabic, part of that knowledge being the principles of medicine. With additional contributions of medical wisdom from other parts of the Middle East and South Asia, Unani medicine came to be known also as Arabian, or Islamic, medicine.

  • Track 13-1Arabic medicinal herbs
  • Track 13-2Cupping Therapy
  • Track 13-3Importance and Usage

Vitality treatments are a gathering of Complementary and Alternative medicine treatments that concentrate on impacting human vitality fields and incorporate such treatments as reiki, restorative touch, mending touch, magnet treatment and qi gong. Hidden a significant number of these vitality treatments is the conviction that treatment is expected to either "adjust" vitality in the body or to soothe blockages of vitality. Some vitality treatments, for example, helpful touch and mending touch, have a long custom of being a piece of ordinary wellbeing callings' extent of practice and have been offered inside growth mind settings lately. Clinical trials of the adequacy of vitality treatments in disease populaces, be that as it may, are in the early stages and further research is required. Albeit genuine reactions of needle therapy are uncommon, growth patients who are immunocompromised (i.e., invulnerable framework is disabled) because of customary malignancy medications need to guarantee additional care is taken and strict clean needle methods are utilized amid needle therapy medicines.

  • Track 14-1Reiki
  • Track 14-2Electrotherapy
  • Track 14-3Magnetic resonance therapy
  • Track 14-4Energy field disturbance
  • Track 14-5Magnet therapy