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The 5th European Forum on Advances in Herbal Medicine and Holistic Medical Practice, which will take place in Vienna, Austria, in May 11-12, 2023 is something we hold in high esteem for all participants. We cordially welcome all experts, including botanists, holistic medical practitioners, experts in options and correlating prescriptions, researchers in the field of herbal and traditional medicine, acupuncturists, phytomedicine, Ayurveda, naturopathy, pharmacognostic experts, Ethno Pharmacologists, palliative care nurses, and professionals involved in glenical extractions and preparations.

Herbal Medicine 2023 anticipates participants including global keynote presentations, oral introductions by prominent speakers, herbal exhibitions, and delegates from all over the world. This will provide a platform for the advancement of safe and uplifting distinctive therapies on a global scale. The global systems administration is given a fantastic opportunity by this Congress, and opportunities to coordinate decisions with international organizations are encouraged.

Herbalists and holistic medical professionals will have a great opportunity to discuss research evaluating the outcomes to regulate the curing and managing by different herbals to different diseases at this global congress. This has been noted with significant results and has turned out to be the exceptional choice for treating chronic illnesses.

Target Audience:

  • Herbal Science Researchers
  • Physiotherapists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Unani Researchers
  • Ayurveda Researchers
  • Homeopathy Researchers
  • Medicinal Plant Researchers
  • Plant Science Researchers
  • Medicinal Plants Universities
  • Medicinal Plants and Marine Drugs Faculty
  • Plant Science Faculty
  • Toxicologists
  • Botanists
  • Specialists in General Medicine
  • Agricultural Universities
  • Forest Science
  • Natural Product Researchers
  • Ethnopharmocologist
  • Directors, Board Members, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Deans and Head of the Departments
  • Plant Science / Agricultural Students, Scientists
  • R&D Laboratories

Sessions and Tracks

Track 1: Recent advances in Herbs and Natural Remedies

The herb is one of the most popular traditional medicines in China, used mostly to cure disorders like weak spleens and phlegm, stomach problems, and coughs by restoring the spleen, replenishing qi, and clearing away heat and toxic chemicals. For optimizing and engineering the extraction of glycyrrhizic acid from Glycyrrhizin glabra, a combination of artificial neural networks and genetic algorithms offers a reliable and accurate method.

Track 2: Traditional Medicine

Traditional medicine is a branch of science that includes knowledge, skills, and practices that are based on concepts, theories, beliefs, and life experiences that are unique to different cultures and are used in the maintenance of health as well as the prevention, diagnosis, management, and treatment of physical and mental illness. It is typically referred to as alternative medicine when utilized outside of the traditional society. Studies have shown that plant components have pharmacological effects that are comparable to those of common drugs.

  • Acupuncture
  • Ayurveda
  • Homeopathy
  • Naturopathy
  • Chinese or Oriental medicine

Track 3: Unani and Siddha Medicine

Unani Medicine refers to the traditional Perso-Arabic medical practices that are practiced in South Asian Muslim communities. Depending on the disease's diagnosis, Unani medicine claims that it is impossible to treat any illness. Monitoring the patient's symptoms and disposition is necessary for a proper diagnosis. The premise of the existence of the elements in the human body serves as the foundation for both Ayurveda and Unani.

It is thought that one of India's oldest medical systems is siddha medicine, an ancient technique of healing. The Siddha system is founded on a synthesis of mysticism, alchemy, and many spiritual and healing arts from antiquity. The Dravidian or traditional Tamil people of South India use Siddha as their primary form of medicine.

Track 4: Rehabilitation using Herbal Medicine

Rehab techniques using herbal medicine are created to offer efficient addiction therapy at a reasonable cost with a high success rate. Herbal medicine also aims to lessen the abuse of a number of legal drugs, including opiate derivatives that are intended to treat mental diseases

Track 5: Ethnic Medicine and Ethnopharmacology

Ethnomedicine is more frequently practised by native people. It is based on an analysis of physiologically active substances present in both plants and animals. The study of ethnic communities' medical practices is the focus of the research field known as Ethnopharmacology. Ethnopharmacology encompasses both ethno botany and ethno pharmacy. The study of how large indigenous populations use and are influenced by medications is known as ethnopharmacology.

Track 6: Herbal therapy for Cancer treatment

Vinca alkaloids produced from Vin cristin and Vin blastin have been shown to have an anti-microtubular effect in their actions on tumour cells. Numerous studies show that these chemical substances that have been shown to be effective in the treatment of cancer have a number of negative side effects.

Track 7: Galenicals

Galenicals are referred to as both medications made from natural ingredients and medications prepared by extracting one or more active components from plants. This field of science examines the processes used in manufacturing and combining medications to maximise absorption.

Track 8: Acupuncture Therapy

A form of Chinese Traditional Medicine called acupuncture uses very tiny needles to treat patients. As a result of its theories and guiding principles not being based on current scientific knowledge, acupuncture is categorised as a pseudoscience. Depending on the nation in which it is practised, acupuncture takes many different forms and employs different methods. The use of acupuncture in conjunction with other pseudoscientific methods is common.

Track 9: Aroma Therapy

The use of plant-based materials, aromatic plant oils, particularly essential oils, and other aroma compounds in the treatment and prevention of disease is known as aromatherapy. Aromatic essential oils are also used for their anti-inflammatory properties, to increase short-term memory and vitality, to promote relaxation, to prevent hair loss, and to lessen itching caused by dermatitis. Two processes can be used to explain the pharmacological effects of aromatic oils: one describes how fragrance affects the limbic system of the brain, and the other explains their direct pharmacological effects.

Track 10: Chiropractic Technique

The hands are employed in chiropractic procedure, a sort of therapy, to move the spine or other body components. Exercise, relaxation methods involving heat and cold, and other therapies are occasionally used. Human diseases like neck discomfort, back pain, headaches, and hand or foot issues can be treated with chiropractic therapy, which also helps to enhance general health. It falls under the category of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).

  • Activator technique
  • Gonstead technique
  • Flexion distraction
  • Diversified technique

Track 11: Holistic Nursing & Nutrition

According to the holistic nutrition theory, a person's health is a reflection of the intricate interactions between their mental and emotional, physical and chemical, spiritual and environmental, as well as other areas of their existence. Therefore, one definition of holistic nutrition is the process of ingesting food and absorbing the nutrients therein in accordance with the idea that everything is somehow interconnected. An integral part of holistic nutrition is considering the origins of your food as well as when, where, and what your food was fed. Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and anti-inflammatory diets are a few examples of cultural theories that are included in holistic nutrition. Other examples include ancestral foods, cleansing diets, raw food diets, vegetarianism.

  • Holistic health
  • Emotional freedom technique
  • Holistic nutrition
  • Occupational therapy

Track 12: Molecular Biology, Biotechnology & Nanotechnology of Medicinal plants

The majority of the world's population gets its medication, colours, scents, added ingredients to food, and insecticides primarily from medicinal plants. This molecular biology will be crucial in creating innovative crop varieties with enhanced nutritional value, herbicides, pesticide resistance, disease resistance, pesticide resistance, and tolerance to pollutants and unfavourable climatic conditions. The mechanism of biotechnology will aid in the selection, improvement, and analysis of therapeutic plants. Nanotechnology was already being used to deliver homegrown pharmaceuticals as well as other natural remedies for the treatment of a variety of diseases.

  • Recent advances in Plant Biotechnology
  • Micro propagation in Plants
  • Green Plant Biotechnology
  • Biomass, Biofuel and By product
  • Plant reproduction and Development

Track 13: Natural Products against Radiation Injuries

Radiation-induced damage to plants is a problem (UV-light of sun, other natural radiation sources). It is important to consider how radio defensive systems have evolved over the history of life. We speculate that natural compounds made from plants may help shield against radiation damage brought on as regrettable side effects of radiotherapy for cancer. Since many years ago, radiotherapy has been a mainstay of cancer treatment. Cancer cells are eliminated by ionising radiation (IR), and tumour size is reduced. Plant secondary compounds have been found to have radioprotective properties against irradiation-induced cellular damage.

Track 14: Naturopathy

Naturopathy is a form of healthcare that integrates modern treatment with traditional methods. It includes alternative, natural therapies to modern medicine. Naturopathy focuses on the body’s capacity to heal itself, preventing health problems and a personal responsibility to optimize health. Naturopathic treatment plans focus on education and prevention. They often emphasize diet, exercise, and stress management. It holds many therapies, including massage, herbs, acupuncture, exercise, and nutritional counselling. Naturopathy provides personalized care to every patient, the naturopath sees humankind as a holistic integration of body, spirit and mind.

  • Self-healing
  • Holistic treatment
  • Harmless treatment
  • Underlying symptoms                                                           

Track 15: Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry of Medicinal Plants

The field of pharmacy that deals with medicinal products derived from plants or other natural sources is known as pharmacognosy. Studying the chemical, physical, biological, and biochemical characteristics of medications is another definition for it. Drug ingredients that are derived from natural sources. The study of phytochemicals found in plants and other natural sources is known as phytochemistry. Chemicals originating from plants are known as phytochemicals. In other words, the phrases are frequently used to refer to the numerous primary and secondary metabolic substances that are present in plants. Various branches of pharmacognosy include:

  • Phytochemistry
  • Medical Ethno botany
  • Ethnopharmacology
  • Marine Pharmacognosy
  • Zoopharmacognosy

Track 17: Yoga & Meditation

Meditation has been performed for millennia in a wide range of religious traditions and convictions, and it is frequently done as a step on the road to enlightenment and self-realization. The custom has been adopted by other civilizations since the 19th century, when it is widely used in both private and professional settings. A completely different style of modern yoga with a growing number of asanas and few additional practises gained popularity as a workout programme throughout the Western world in the 1980s. However, yoga has a meditative and spiritual foundation in Indian traditions, making it more than just a kind of exercise.

Track 18: Physiotherapy

The field of medicine known as physical therapy uses the principles of biomechanics and kinesiology to assist patients in regaining their mobility and physical capabilities. Physical therapy involves making diagnoses, predicting outcomes, intervening physically, and educating patients.

Track 19: Quality Control and Marketing of Herbal Products

The public's interest in herbal medicine, a category of natural remedies, has gradually grown over the past few years, primarily in affluent countries but also in developing nations. This has significantly increased the global commerce in herbal medicines and attracted the majority of pharmaceutical firms, including multinationals. Only tiny businesses have previously expressed interest in marketing herbal medications until a few years ago. But at this time, the majority of significant international corporations are eager to commercialize herbal medicines.

Steps for Herbal Product Quality Control:

  • Microscopic Evaluation
  • Determination of Foreign Matter and Ash
  • Determination of Heavy Metals and Pesticide Residues
  • Determination of Microbial Contaminants and Aflatoxins
  • Determination of Radioactive Contamination

Track 20: Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants and Homeopathy

The usage of therapeutic herbs is increasingly popular in the west. Due to a rise in the harmful consequences of allopathic medication, 40% of the population now uses herbs for medical ailments. Ayurvedic remedies also make extensive use of salts, minerals, and animal products in addition to plants. The homoeopathic treatments are made by infusing them repeatedly and then vigorously shaking them. Animal, mineral, plant, and synthetic ingredients are all used in homoeopathic medicine.

Some of the Homeopathic medicines are:

  • Arsenicum album
  • Natrum muriaticum
  • Thyroidinu

Market Analysis

The global market for advanced drug delivery systems should grow from $231.0 billion in 2020 to $310.0 billion by 2025, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.1% for the period of 2020-2025. Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2018, 2019, estimates for 2020 and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2025

Report Scope

This report represents a current and important business tool to evaluate technologies, trends, products and market participants in the advanced drug delivery sector. The geographic scope of this study covers the U.S. and companies worldwide. The report identifies the main elements of advanced drug delivery products and trends in different types of industries. An overview of the global markets and technologies for advanced drug delivery systems. A look into the current state, setbacks, innovations, and future trends, and coverage of clinical trials in drug delivery systems. Discussion on the different categories of drug delivery, and details of acquisitions, mergers, and alliances by companies and global organizations. Description of advanced immediate-release technology and delayed release and pulsatile release drug delivery technology.

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Conference Date May 11-12, 2023

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