Theme: Herbal and Traditional Medicines : Make Horizon For Nature cure

Herbal Traditional 2018

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Herbal Traditional 2018

About Herbal and Traditional Medicine Conference 2018

Herbal Traditional 2018 pleasantly invites all the Herbal Doctors, Scientists, Academicians, Scientific Associations and Pharmaceutical Market Leaders around the globe to attend International Conference on Herbal and Traditional Medicine during December 10-11, 2018 at Dubai, UAE with the theme of “Herbal and Traditional Medicines: Make Horizon for Nature cure”.

The purpose of this conference is to clarify the disease from a number of scientific aspects and focus on the health, present an opportunity to meet and network with renowned Speaker, Herbal Doctors, Experts, Scholars, pharmacologists, and the associated health experts from around the world and listen to top speakers on new development that will advance the future of Herbal and Traditional Medicines. This is an open reserve podium that conducts 3000+ global events including 1000+ International Conferences, 1000+ Symposium, 1000+Workshops, Exhibitions and Science Congresses in all the major scientific disciplines, including Clinical, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Engineering, Technology, Business Management and Life Sciences across America, Europe, The Middle East, and Asia Pacific. It reaches over 25 million investigators, scholars, students, specialists and corporate people all over the globe. All major International conferences are credited with Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Continuing Education (CE), Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Credits.

Herbal and Traditional Medicines Conference will provide a wide range of academic disciplines in natural products. Which will be interests many researchers and Professors who belongs from the field of traditional and and Herbal medicines. It also includes a wide range of keynote Speaker, Oral Speaker, Poster presentations, Symposia, Workshops and Demonstrations. The young researchers and the student participants will gain the opportunity to take the Best Poster award by presenting their work as a poster presentation and Young Researcher Forum in this stress-free meeting.

Why to attend?

International Conference on Herbal and Traditional Medicine to be held on December 10-11, 2018, Dubai, UAE is going to be the largest conference for Herbals & Traditional Medicine community. It provides a technical forum for learning about the latest and advanced research and development. Conference contain finest topics like Herbal and traditional medicine & presentations from all over the world with industries, and panel.

Herbal Traditional 2018 expects many of delegates including world-wide keynote speaker and oral presentations by renowned speakers and YRF. Poster presentations by students, and delegates all around the world which will create a platform for global progression of safe and effective natural remedies. It provides networking and opportunities for collaborations with worldwide companies and industries.

This global event will come out to be an admirable opportunity for the Herbalists and alternative practitioners to explore the best reports where final results to justify curing and healing some disorders by various herbal medicines and natural remedies. It has been noted with evidence and demonstrating herbals to be the most workable option for treating chronic and acute disorder.

Target Audience:

  • Herbalists

  • Alternative Medicine Consultants

  • Complementary Medicine Specialists

  • Scientists 

  • Noble laureates 

  • Acupuncturists

  • Ayurvedic Doctors

  • Naturopathy specialist

  • Homeopathic Doctors

  • Researchers who believe In Natural Remedies To Explore Their research work

  • Specialists of Natural Medicine

  • PhD Scholars and Researchers

  • Proffesors

Track 1: Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicines are naturally occurring, plant-derived substances. Which are complex mixtures of organic chemicals that may derive from any raw or processed part of a plant.  Herbalism has a great tradition of using different outside conventional medicine. In recent time, it is becoming more main stream as many improvements are going in the field of analysis and quality control, along with different advances in clinical research, which enhances the value of herbal medicine in treating and preventing disease. There are diverse sorts of herbs like Anti Inflammatory Herbs, Smoking Herbs, Fertility Herbs, Adaptogenic herbs, Healing Herbs. There are additionally unique sorts of natural items utilized as a part of different structures some of them are Herbal Tea, Herbal Hair Products, Herbal Cigarettes, Herbal Antibiotics, and Herbal Toothpaste Herbal Medicine Conference.

  • Quality control of herbal drugs

  • Herbal drugs discovery and development

  • Herbal medicines: challenges and regulations

  • Using herbs and herbal remedies for Home Health

  • Herbal drugs and formulation

  • Safety and regulation of herbal products

  • Herbal medicine importance and usage

Track 2: Traditional Medicine

Alternative and Traditional medicine mainly covers all aspects of modern and consistent clinical research in the field of  Proteomics, Chemistry, molecular mechanism, genomics, Pharmacology, safety, quality control, metabolomics, clinical studies of traditional chinese, unani, arabic and ayurvedic medicine. Up to 80% of the population depends on conventional pharmaceutical for their essential social insurance needs in some Asia and Africa country. At the point when embraced outside of its conventional culture, customary pharmaceutical is frequently called elective solution. Customary drug incorporate herbalism, ethno medicine, ethnobotany, and therapeutic anthropology. Conclusions of alternative medicine are not some portion of solution or science-based medicinal services framework.

  • Acupuncture treatment

  • African traditional medicine

  • Clinical and research issues of traditional medicine

  • Homeopathy medicine and its use

  • Aromatherapy

Track 3: Procreation of Herbal Medicine

Between herbal and conventional pharmacological treatments, herbal medicine has become most popular form of healthcare .This drug needs to be tested for efficiency using conventional trial methodology and several specific herbal extracts has been demonstrated to be efficacious for specific conditions. Procreation of Herbal medicine means a small drug dosage consisting of one or more processed herbs in quantified amounts to afford diet and other benefits use for diagnose as well as mitigate diseases of human beings and animals.

  • Herbal Formulation

  • Experiments In Herbal Formulation

  • Constrain In Herbal Formulation

  • Ayurveda Formulation

  • Concept Of Purification

Track 4: Current and Future Trends in Herbal Medicine

Herbal medicine is an important component towards alternative medicine. It is become more popular in today’s world because of natural remedies. Herbal medicine-based Traditional Medical system of treatment is a rapidly growing healthcare system of economic importance and is now widely used in many countries of the world. In Africa, up to 80 per cent of the population uses this herbal traditional medicine system to help meet their healthcare needs. In Asia and Latin America, people continue to use the system as a result of historical circumstances and cultural beliefs. In China, TM accounts for around 40 per cent of all health cares delivered. 

In future, Increasing use and fast-growing market of herbal medicines and other herbal healthcare products, in both developing and developed countries of the world, policy-makers, health professionals and the public are increasingly expressing concerns about the safety, efficacy, quality, availability, preservation, and further development problems of these herbal products. Public demand has also grown for evidence on the safety, efficacy and quality of herbal products and TM/CAM practices. In order to allay these concerns and to meet public demands, It provides and aimed to explain different kinds of herbal medicine.

  • Therapeutic efficiency of various herbal medicine

  • Adverse drug reaction

  • Drug interaction

  • Stability testing of herbal medicine

  • Standardization

Track 5: Benefits of Herbal Medicine

 Herbal remedies have been used for thousands of years like conventional medicine. In fact, herbal medicine is the foundation of modern medicine. This medicine also has less herbal side effects. Unfortunately, herbal medicine usually takes a backseat when compared with conventional drug therapy, which is a shame since herbal remedies offer lots of health benefits .In today’s world, Herbal medicine mostly used to treating acute and chronic diseases.

  • More affordable than conventional medicine.

  • Promote natural healing.

  • Strength in immune system.

  • Easier to obtain than prescription medicine.

  • Stabilizes hormones and metabolism.

  • Fewer side effects.

  • It is cost effective.

Track 6: Herbal Therapies

For thousands of years, plants have been a source of medicinal agents. Many of the drugs we use today still come from plants, for example, morphine (opium poppy), digoxin (foxglove), and atropine (datura) to mention a few. Whereas in recent years, Herbal therapy has been much interest on the part of the general public primary health care. A renewed interest in herbal remedies and natural products has placed additional responsibility on consumers and health professionals.

  • Herbs used for diabetic.

  • Herbs used for cancer therapy.

  • Herbal therapy used for pregnancy.

  • Herbal therapy used for anxiety.

  • Herbal therapy used for antispasmodic and menstrual cramping.

Track 7: Traditional Use and Safety of Herbal Medicine

About 150 years ago, natural herbs were the main medication for treating human diseases. It has been estimated that 28% of modern medicines are made from plants first used traditionally, such as aspirin, artemisinin, ephedrine, and paclitaxel.

According to the application of chemical drugs, herbal medicine and other traditional therapies have shown sharp contraction. The effects of Western medicine treatment are not satisfactory and problems of the adverse drug reaction are also very conspicuous. In alternative and traditional treatment, mostly the herbal medicine, has gained more recognition and has also become in demand.

  • Traditional Korean Medicine

  • Arabic and Unani Medicine

  • Japanese Traditional Medicine

  • Indian Traditional Medicine

  • African Traditional Medicine

  • Tai Chi

Track 8: Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Needle theory or acupuncture means Inserting needles into the peripheral skin, hypodermic tissue, and muscles at specific regions. The acupuncturist must know the function of each acupuncture point and its interaction with other acupuncture points. It is a key component of traditional Chinese medicine. This theory balances the flow of energy by various mind and body practices such as qi or chi to flow through pathways (meridians) in your body. Acupuncture Entities like Diet and Physical Health, Rehabilitation Techniques, Exercise and Trauma, Biosciences in Rehabilitation, Cancer and Rehabilitation. Acupuncture practitioners believe that, By inserting needles into specific points along meridians can make energy flow, which will re-balance. Many Western practitioners view the acupuncture points as places to stimulate nerves, muscles and connective tissue.

Pharmaceutical Oriental medicine has been prepared for over 2,500 years and includes needle therapy, natural drug, moxibustin, Oriental back rub and Oriental sustenance. It is an arrangement of prescription that orders body designs into particular way. Oriental prescription is drilled in China, Japan, Korea, Viet Nam, Thailand, Tibet and India. One potency be shocked to locate that Oriental healing hypothesis and practice has spread to England, Germany, France, Spain and Russia, quite a bit of Middle and South America, and Africa.

  • Neurobiological mechanisms of acupuncture

  • Acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine

  • Trigger point acupuncture

Track 9: Naturopathy and Homeopathy

Both Homeopathy and Naturopathy are same things. In naturopathy, disease can be treated or prevented without using any drugs. In which practitioners are more likely to prescribe multiple treatment approaches like supplements, herbs and dietary adjustments. Conversely, homeopathy is a single system of medicine in which practitioners focus totally on the application of homeopathic medicines. Naturopathy is providing an environment which supports recovery from infection. Whereas homeopathy is to find a medicine based on the law of similar, or 'what a substance can cause, it can cure. Most essential contaminations treated by homeopaths are, asthma, discouragement, Headache, hypochondriac issue, non-particular hypersensitivity, non-specific affectability, joint pain, dermatitis, Allergic rhinitis and hypertension.

  • Efficiency of homeopathic medicine with allopathic medicine

  • Clinical verification in homeopathy and allergic conditions

  • Veterinary clinical research for homeopathy

  • Naturopathic treatments and practices

  • Naturopathic medicine and treatment

  • Evidence based naturopathic medicine

Track 10: Ayurveda

 Ayurvedic Medicine is an antiquated medical science which was produced in India a great many years prior. At the point when deciphered from Sanskrit, Ayurveda implies the investigation of life (the Sanskrit root Ayur implies life span or life and Veda implies science). 

The Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) are the two 'extraordinary conventions' with sound philosophical, experiential and trial premise. Expanded symptoms, an absence of remedial treatment for a few ceaseless sicknesses, an excessive cost of new medications, microbial resistance and rising maladies are a few explanations behind restored open enthusiasm for reciprocal and option solutions. Pharmaceutical organizations have restored their procedures for regular item medicate advancement and revelation. Constant endeavors in an advancement of the indigenous treatments by China have placed TCM in an honorable position. Worldwide acknowledgement of Ayurveda is adapting and there has been a precarious ascent in the interest for therapeutic plants.

  • Organic Beauty Products

  • Herbs for Skin care

  • Ayurvedic Techniques of Beauty, Aging and Hair Care

  • Chemical free alternative cosmetics

  • Panchakarma Therapies

Track 11: Unani Herbal Medicine

The Unani herbal systems are basically abased on Hippocrates' Humoral Theory. This assumes the presence of four humours in the body. According to Unani philosophy the health and illness of a person depends upon the balance of these humours in the body. They are Balgham (Phlegm), Dam (Blood), Safra (Yellow bile), Sauda (Black bile) remain in equilibrium. Every individual at birth is awarded with a unique character and this is determined by the presence of all the four humors in different proportions in the body. This type of alternative medicine basically used to maintain balance and equilibrium in humors. Therefore the Hakim adopts different methods to bring back all the four temperaments in equilibrium so as to restore the health of a person.

  • Modern research in unani herbal medicine

  • Unani or Arabic medicinal herbs

Track 12: Holistic Medicine

Holistic medicine is used to treat the patients as a whole person i.e. instead of treating an illness, an orthodox allopathy, holistic medicine looks at an individual overall physical, mental, spiritual and emotional connecting before recommending treatment. These different states can be equally foremost. They should be evenly managed together so that a person is treated as a whole. Practioners of Alternative medicine like acupuncturists, chiropractors, herbalists and nutritionists, agree to the fact that following a diet in agreement to the guidelines of holistic nutrition allows people to rebuild naturally without the intake of prescription drugs and can help prevent various health problems such as heart disease, diabetesobesity and cancer.

  • Psychotherapy

  • Holistic health

  • Emotional freedom technique

  • Holistic nutrition

  • Occupational therapy

  • Treatment method

  • Advancement in holistic medicine

Track 13: Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is inexpensive medicine everyone use to prefer and no risk of physics surgeries. This traditional Chinese medicine includes acupuncture and massage therapy. This technique is used since past 100 generations. Today this technique is globalized.  In TCM, herbs are often combined in formulas and given as teas, capsules, liquid extracts, granules, or powders. Herbal treatments used in TCM are sometimes marketed in the United States as dietary supplements. In some Asian and African countries, up to 80% of the population depends on traditional medicine for their primary health care needs.

  • Western & Chinese Herbal Medicine

  • Applications of Traditional Medicine

  • Current Research in Traditional Medicine

  • Hormonal Imbalance

  • Side effects and risk of TCM

Track 14: Traditional Japanese Medicine

Traditional Japanese medicine, Kampo, is used by over 80% of medical doctors in Japan.  Kampo depends on conventional Chinese pharmaceutical yet adjusted to Japanese culture. This pharmaceutical is created in Asia. In the United States, Kampō is rehearsed for the most part by Acupuncturists, Chinese medication experts, naturopath doctors, and other option prescription experts. Kampo medicines are mostly used in Tongue diagnosis, Audio-olfactive assessment, Inquiry, palpation, Pulse diagnosis, abdominal diagnosis. Kampo is a holistic and individualized treatment with a long tradition and future research.

  • Kampo medicine

  • Usages and integration into modern medicine

  • Information available on clinical research

  • Japanese natural health remedies

  • Suggestion for future research

Track 15: Traditional Korean Medicine (TKM)

 It does not challenge to learn about the physique by experimentation, analysis, dissection but instead observes natural physical functions as they appear in order to analyze an illness or disorder. It also never limits the cause of even the most minor ailment to a local one, but examines the entire body to find the reason for the condition. By rectifying the bodily imbalance rather than performing surgery or other offensive procedure, it adopts a natural cure approach. Recent studies of TKM have demonstrated therapeutic effects, underlying mechanism responsible for its effects and the relationship with genetic variations. Experimental and genetic studies about TKM have indicated linkage of TKM with pharmacogenomics.

  • Situation and future direction of TKM

  • Clinical characteristics of Korean Medicine

  • Atopic dermatitis in Korean medicine

  • Korean herbal medicine product

  • Moxibustin

Track 16: Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy

Pharmacognosy is the study of physical, chemical, biological, biochemical properties of drug or drug substances which are derived from natural sources. Material medica is an initial name of Pharmacognosy.  Pharmacognosy is the investigation of substance and organic properties of medications in restorative plants what gives new medications. It is the examination of medications from consistent sources. Pharmacognosy is restricted to natural products with attention centered on sources of drugs, Plant and Animal, and on the Biosynthesis and identity of their Pharmacodynamic constituents.

The study of the use of extracts from natural origin as medicines or health-promoting agents. Even though Phytotherapy is usually regarded as "Alternative Medicine" in the Western countries. This therapy is considered an essential component of modern Pharmacognosy.

  • Important natural products and phytomedicines

  • Application of Pharmacognosy

  • Natural products in drug discovery

  • Quality herbal medicine used in phytotherapy

  • Ethnopharmacology

Track 17: Recent Advances in Herbal and Traditional Medicine

Herbal medicines are used for treating various diseases for several centuries and we are using it as traditional medicine but still lacking in empirical data. In recent days there is tremendous growth in phytopharmaceuticals, everyone is making their own medicine. Evidence-based verification of the efficacy of polyherbal combination is still the need of an hour. Recent advances in herbal and traditional medicine will enrich the newest discoveries in natural medicine, Pharmacognosy, Ayurveda, naturopathy, traditional medicine etc. Advancement in Biotechnology and Neutraceuticals will be ideal for all researchers belong from herbal and alternative medicines.

In worlds current scenario most of the peoples are attracted towards herbal medicine and natural remedies due to many advantages. Herbal formulations have reached extensive acceptability as the therapeutic agent for several diseases.

In future world, we aimed to elucidate the novel drug delivery system and to explicate the recent advancements in herbal medicines.

  • Drug delivery system

  • Quality control and standardization of drugs

  • Herbal drug research and therapy

  • Horbogenomics- A new discipline of herbal drug therapy           

  • Herbal drug interaction – A matter of great concern

Track 18: Uses of Traditional Medicine for AIDS

The use of traditional medicine and Natural Health Products is widespread among those living with HIV infection.HIV/AIDS disease is currently the most socio-economic challenge that is facing the world at large as it affects mostly the young and economically productive population. According to WHO, 4 billion people (80% of the World’s population) use herbal medicines for some aspect of primary healthcare. Traditional herbal medicine use has been described to be common among individuals with moderate and advanced HIV disease. Basically used anti- retroviral drug for AIDS treatment. Traditional herbal medicines are often used in Africa, as primary treatment for HIV/ AIDS and for HIV-related problems including dermatological disorders, nausea, depression, insomnia and weakness.Traditional herbal medicine by AIDS patients after HIV diagnosis was noted in a study in Uganda. The insertion of traditional herbal healers in the health care system especially in primary healthcare team in developing countries could improve quality of life and safety standards and their use as a complimentary therapy could play a role in the palliative care of people living with HIV/AIDS.

  • Regional use of natural remedies

  • Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics

  • Antiretroviral therapy

  • Toxicity of drugs

  • Reflexology

Track 19: Herbal Cosmetics and Nutraceuticals

Nutraceuticals are any sustenance, or part of nourishment supplements, that offers a medicinal or medical advantage past basic sustenance. Such advantages may incorporate the avoidance or repeat of ailment. These substances go from proteins, a vitamin, minerals, unadulterated mixes and normal based utilized as a part of cases, tablets to sustenance that contain strengthened bioactive fixings. The whole thing from dairy items, vitamins, supplements to sports drinks, snacks, and pre-arranged eating routine dinners could be considered as Neutraceuticals.

  • Herbal cosmetics

  • Phytopharmaceuticals

  • Biofertilizer ingredients

  • Botanical extract

  • Natural cosmetics

  • Agro products

Track 20: Promising Future of Traditional Medicine

Even though traditional medicine has several years of history, It has various ethical issues which need to be addressed for global health recognition.

There are some quality issue pertaining to harvesting, collecting, handling and production of herbal and other traditional medicine that has to be look out for improvement of standard global condition. Further research and development is needed on dosage production technique. Which is the mode of action traditional medicine .Also, the clinical trials of medicine is important to understand the safety and effectiveness of the recommended global market.

  • Regulation of traditional medicine

  • Safety issues

  • Need for clinical trials

  • Bioavailability of herbal drug

  • Status of Herbal medicine in India

Scope and Importance:

Global Herbal Medicine market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.2% during Period of 2017 To 2023.Herbal medicines are a type of dietary supplements extracted from different parts of the plant extracts such as leaves, bark, seeds, berries, and roots. Herbal medicines are available in various dosage forms such as tablets, extracts, dried plants, and other forms. A customary medicinal services routine of indigenous individuals relating to human health is named as Ethnomedicine. The learning of specific herbs, creatures and minerals that have corrective and comforting impacts were transmitted starting with one era then onto the next and it is the result of striking experimentation through experimentation technique over many years. Ethnomedicine is the mother of every other arrangement of prescription, for example, Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Nature cure and even advanced medication. The conventional cultivators are a vital part of the group and are frequently acquainted with the points of interest of every family and its environs, so they are in a superior position to manage their everyday issues. Actually the local healers deal with the normal diseases of the people in their home setting. The traditional healers specialize in particular areas of their profession. Thus we find some medical practitioners are expert in bone setting, wound healing, poisonous bites, neurological disorders, etc. and some others in spiritual healing, especially the use of chants while others combine both in their treatment. It is important to note that there is no doubt about the efficacy of herbal medicine among its users. In India, poor peoples of rural and urban area mostly depend on herbal remedies since these are within their reach. In fact in remote areas this is the only source of health care available.

The Global market of herbal medicine is controlled by growth in fragment of certain herbs such as Echinacea, soy, aloe Vera and horse chestnut. Gingko is another herb that has been driving the market for herbal medicine. Increasing demand of food supplements such as multivitamins, omega-3 acid is expected to drive the market growth in the future. The legalization of cannabis in some countries such as US will give a boost to the market for herbal medicine. Fish oil, probiotics etc. are some of the emerging animal segment herbal medicines. Product development and marketing are strong strategies for the growth of the market. We predict the MLM strategy for faster market uptake by the herbal medicine players to yield greatest benefit.


  • Herbal Medicine

  • Traditional Medicine

  • Procreation of Herbal Medicine

  • Current and Future Trends in Herbal Medicine

  • Benefits of Herbal Medicine

  • Herbal Therapies

  • Traditional use and Safety of Herbal Medicine

  • Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

  • Naturopathy and Homeopathy

  • Unani Herbal Medicine

  • Holistic Medicine

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Traditional Japanese Medicine

  • Traditional Korean Medicine

  • Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy

  • Recent Advances in Herbal and Traditional Medicine

  • Use of Traditional Medicine for AIDS

  • Herbal Cosmetics and Nutraceuticals

  • Promising Future of Traditional Medicine

Why Dubai, UAE?

Dubai is the most largest and populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is a global city and business hub of the Middle East. It is also a major transport hub for passengers. Healthcare in Dubai can be divided into two different sectors: public and private. Every Emirate is able to command healthcare standards according to their internal laws, although the standards and regulations rarely have extreme differences. The Dubai Herbal & Treatment Centre (DHTC) is a specialist centre of allopathic, complementary and alternative medicine is established in Dubai, UAE .Plenty numbers of visiting places are in Dubai. These are,

  • Burj Khalifa

  • Palm Jumeirah

  • Dubai Museum

  • Atlantis Palm Jumeirah

  • Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo

  • Jumeirah Mosque

  • Ferrari World

  • Miracle Garden

  • Hatta Rock Pools

  • Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

  • Emirates Towers

  • Burj Al Arab - The Tower of Arabs

  • Burj Al Arab Beach

  • Dubai Marina Walk


Dubai is one of the hubs in medicine and scientific study in Middle East region. Wellbeing System in Dubai is run by the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), which manages the private and public healthcare system in the Emirates.

  • Dubai Herbal & Treatment Centre

  • Sanghai Clinic

  • Kindcare Medical Centre

  • Mantra Ayurvedic Clinic

  • Korean Acupuncture and Herb Clinic

  • German Homeopathy Clinic

  • Pure Herbal Ayurveda Clinic

  • AI Karma Ayurveda Centre

  • Chinese Medical centre, Dubai

  • Sri Sai Homeoclinic

Accomplishments of Traditional Medicine (TM) doctors are defined by regulation and regulated by the government of each country, have three different specialties in mainland China: TCM, integrative medicine, and other ethnic medicine doctors. Chinese and Korean medicine doctors are found in the Taiwan region and Korea, respectively, in contrast with conventional medicine (CM) doctors (including dental doctors).  Calculation of TM doctors in medical facilities (hospitals and clinics) was the highest in Korea, at 15.26%, followed by mainland China, at 12.63%, and the Taiwan region, at 9.69%. In Japan, the percentage of Kampo doctors who are medical doctors and members of a nongovernmental academic society, the Japan Society for Oriental Medicine, was estimated to be 0.65% in 2017.


  •  University of Bridgeport, USA

  • University of Westminster, London,UK

  • Think Education Group, Australia

  • Australasian College of Natural Therapies (ACNT), Australia

  • University of Sains Malaysia (USM),Malaysia

  • Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland

  • London Metropolitan University, UK

  • Australian Institute of Holistic Medicine, Australia

  • Nature Care College, Australia

  • Bastyr University, USA

  • New York College of Health Professions, USA

  • Southwest Acupuncture College, USA


  • Mohammed bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Science

  • Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

  • The European Academy of Ayurveda, Germany

  • Arab American UniversityAustralasian College of Natural Therapies (ACNT)

Research centres having medicinal practices worldwide:

·       Tang centre of herbal medicine research, Chicago

·       Beijing Medical Research Kundawell Institute

·       National centre for complementary and integrative health

·       Central Research Institute of Unani Medicine

·       Yadam institute of research

Research centres having medicinal practices in Middle East:

·       Arava institute research centres

·       Shanghai International Cooperation Centre of Traditional Medicine

·       Therapeutic research centre

Research centres having medicinal practices in Dubai :

·       Drug and herbal research centre

·      Natural medicine research centre


  • American Botanical Council, United States of America

  • American Chinese Medicine Association, United States of America

  • Asia Herb Association, Thailand

  • Association of Acupuncture Practitioners, Denmark

  • Associazione Italiana Agopuntura, Italy

  • Australian Traditional Medicine Society, Australia

  • Ayurveda Medical Association of India, India

  • British Herbal Medicine Association, United Kingdom

  • Center for Food and Biomolecules, Taiwan

  • Chinese Medical Association, China

  • Chinese Herbs and Biotech Development Association, Taiwan

  • Consortium for Globalization of Chinese Medicine, Hong Kong

  • GP-TCM Research Association

  • Herb Federation of New Zealand, New Zealand

  • Herb Research Foundation

  • Malaysian Association of Traditional Indian Medicine, Malaysia

  • Nederlandse Vereeniging voor Acupuntuur, Netherlands

  • Northeast Herbal Association, America

  • Ontario Herbalists Association, Canada

  • Public Health Foundation of India, India 

  • Swedish Acupuncture Association

  • Schweizerische Arztegesellshaft fur Akupunktur, Switzerland

  • Swiss Professional Organization for Traditional Chinese Medicine, Switzerland

  • Taiwan Association for Food Protection, Taiwan

  • Taiwan Association for Traditional and Complementary Medicine, Taiwan

  • The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, United Kingdom

  • The Australian Plants Society, Australia

  • The Ayurvedic Practitioners Association, United Kingdom

  • The Herb Society, United Kingdom

  • The International Herb Association

  • The Northern Ireland Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Northern Ireland

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine Association of British Columbia, Canada


  • Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, UK

  • European Herbal & Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association

  • British Holistic Medical Association

  • European Ayurveda Association (EUAA)

  • Chinese Herbs and Biotech Development Association, Taiwan

  • Center for Food and Biomolecules, Taiwan

  • Associazione Italiana Agopuntura, Italy


  • Traditional medicine society , MIT

  • American ayurvedic society

  • World federation of Chinese medicine societies

  • World Federation of Acupuncture Societies (WFAS)

  • Greece-Arabic Medicine Society Inc.

  • Iranian Medical Society 


  • Saudi Pharmaceutical Society

  • American Society of Acupuncturists

  • Emirates Society of Emergency Medicine (ESEM)

  • Australian Traditional Medicine Society


  • The Himalaya Drug Company

  • Viswakeerthy Ayurvedic Pharmacy

  • GlaxoSmithKline

  • Schering-Plough

  • Bayer

  • Bakson Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd.

  • Dr. Willmar Schwabe. Germany

  • Similia Homoeo Laboratory



  • Julphar Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries Manufacturers

  • Kuwait Saudi Pharmaceutical Industries Co.

  • Antah Healthcare Group


  • Hi-tech Pharma L.L.C, Dubai, UAE

  • International Advance Trading, Abu Dhabi, UAE

  • Gulf Manufacturing Establishment, Sharjah, UAE

  • Renorh Marketing

  • Gulf Surgery Gift of Nature, Dubai, UAE

  • Shalimar International (L.L.C)

  • Whyte Mideast Fzco, Dubai

  • Noranco International, F.Z.E

Global Market Value of Plant Derived Drug

BCC research analyses Global market value for botanical and plant-derived drugs will grow from $29.4 billion in 2017 to around $39.6 billion by 2022 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.1% for the period of 2017-2022.

Global Market Value for Nutraceuticals

Annual global Nutraceuticals market should extent $285.0 billion by 2021 from $198.7 billion in 2016 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.5%, from 2016 to 2021.Global market trends to analyze data from 2015, estimates for 2016 and projection of CAGR through 2021.

Global Market Value for Dietary supplements

Permitting to BCC research, global market growth rate for over the counter (OTC) drugs and dietary supplements reached $164.7 billion in 2016 and must reach $220.8 billion in 2021, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.0%.

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Related association and societies

USA &  Canada:

American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental medicineAmerican Association of Oriental MedicineAlternative and Integrative Medical SocietyAmerican Association of Integrative MedicineAmerican Holistic Health AssociationAmerican Holistic Medical AssociationAmerican Integrative Medical Association; American Association of Drugless Practitioners ;American Association of Naturopathic DoctorsAmerican Holistic Veterinary Medical AssociationAmerican Massage Therapy Association; International Association of Classical HomeopathyInternational Society for Complementary Medicine Research;


British Acupuncture CouncilBritish Complementary Medicine AssociationBritish Herbal Medicine AssociationBritish Homeopathic Association; British Medical Acupuncture Society; European Central Council of Homeopaths; European Herbal and Traditional Medicine Practitioner’s AssociationEuropean Scientific Cooperative on Phototherapy; The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK;  British Acupuncture Council (BAC)European Traditional Chinese Medicine AssociationEuropean Herbal & Traditional Medicine Practitioners AssociationAssociation for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE)The Association Of Chinese Medicine & AcupunctureThe British Dental Acupuncture SocietyAcupuncture and Chinese Medicine OrganizationAssociation of Master HerbalistsGreek Association of Chinese Medicine

Asia Pacific:

Australian Traditional Medicine Association ATMAAyush Medical Association of IndiaChina Association of Traditional Chinese MedicineAustralian Naturopathic FederationAustralian Homoeopathic AssociationInternational Society for Japanese Kampo Medicine (ISJKM)Malaysian Society for Complementary MedicineHomeopathy Associations and SocietiesMalaysian Pharmaceutical SocietyAsia Herb Association

Middle East:

Saudi Pharmaceutical SocietyEmirates Society of Emergency Medicine (ESEM)Homeopathy Associations and SocietiesPancyprian Association of Acupuncturists LimitedNational Acupuncture Detoxification AssociationNational Centre for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)National Qigong AssociationAssociazione Italiana Agopuntura, ItalyIranian Medical Society 



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