About Congress:

We regard each one of the entities to 4th European Forum on Advances in Herbal Medicine and Holistic Medical Practice scheduled to be held on November 10-11, 2022 Madrid, Spain.

We Cordially welcome the expertize ,the botanists, Holistic medical Practitioners, option and correlative prescription experts, researchers in the field of Herbal and Traditional Medicine, Acupuncturists, Phytomedicine, Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Phamacognostic Experts, Ethno Pharmacologists, Palliative Care nurses, Professionals involved in Galenical extractions and preparations .

Why to attend?

Herbal Medicine 2022 anticipates attendees comprising universal keynote addresses and oral introductions by honorable speakers and Herbal Exhibitions and delegates across the globe which will create a stage for worldwide advancement of protected and cheering characteristic treatments. This Congress provides an amazing opportunity to the global systems administration and encourages the chances to coordinate determinations with global organizations and ventures.

This Global congress will be a great platform for the Herbalists and holistic medical professionals to evaluate the significant application of herbs as medicament and investigate the researches evaluating the outcomes to regulate curing and managing by different herbals to different diseases has been noted with significant results  and ended up being the exceptional choice for treating chronic ailments.

Track 1: Holistic Medical Practice in the Treatment of Chronic Illness

Palliative care is a holistic medical approach that focuses on providing specialised care to adults and children who are suffering from severe, chronic, or life-threatening illnesses. Medical practise requires practitioners to spend time with their patients, listening to their family histories and examining the interconnections between genetic, environmental, and behavioural factors that can influence long-term health and chronic disease.

Track 2: Herbal Therapy for Cancer Treatment

The anti-microtubular impact of Vinca alkaloids derived from Vin cristin and Vin blastin has been demonstrated in their action on tumour cells. Many studies reveal that these chemical elements with demonstrated efficiency against tumour cells in cancer treatment have numerous drawbacks.

Track 3: Holistic Nursing

Holistic nursing refers to any nursing technique that aims to heal the whole person. In this style of nursing care, a holistic nurse is a certified nurse who treats and manages an illness using a "mind-body-spirit-emotion-environment" approach. Holistic nursing is a philosophy of life and being based on compassion, relationships, and interconnection.

Track 4: Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medications are defined as a science of various drugs that involves a set of unscientific procedures that are marketed as natural and are typically promoted as self-healing. Naturopathy's beliefs and procedures are based on folk medicine rather than scientific medicine.

Track 5: Traditional Medicine

Traditional medicine is a branch of science that includes knowledge, skills, and practises that are based on principles, theories, beliefs, and experiences that are indigenous to various cultures and are used in the maintenance of health as well as the prevention, diagnosis, management, and treatment of physical and mental illness. When used outside of the traditional culture, it is frequently referred to as alternative medicine. Plant elements have pharmacological effects that are similar to those of conventional medications, according to studies.

Track 6: Holistic Palliative care

Palliative care is a holistic, all-encompassing approach to cancer treatment that covers patients' physical, emotional, logistical, and spiritual needs. An interdisciplinary care team consisting of doctors, nurses, specialists, medical social workers, and therapists will focus on enhancing the lives of patients and their families. Medical treatments are being aligned with holistic beliefs, aims, and preferences by this medical team. Physical symptoms such as pain and weariness are addressed, as are emotional problems such as anxiety, fear, and sadness, as well as spiritual assistance.

Track 7: Chinese Traditional Medicine

Traditional Chinese medicine encompasses herbal medication, acupuncture, massage therapy, exercise (qigong), and food therapy, among other treatments. By measuring the pulse, inspecting the tongue, skin, and eyes, and examining the person's eating and sleeping habits and life style, diagnosis in Chinese traditional medicine aims to identify the symptoms to patterns of an underlying disharmony, which is referred to the changes in harmonious interaction in the body.

Track 8: Rehabilitation using Herbal Medicine Methods

Herbal Medicine rehabilitation methods are designed to provide effective addiction treatment at a low cost with a high rate of success. Herbal medicine also tries to reduce the misuse of several approved medications, such as opiod derivatives, which are used to treat mental illnesses.

Track 9: Acupuncture Therapy

Acupuncture is a type of Chinese Traditional Medicine that involves the insertion of tiny needles into the body. As a result, acupuncture is classified as a pseudoscience because its theories and principles are not founded on current scientific understanding. Acupuncture comes in a wide variety of forms, with varying approaches depending on the country in which it is practised. Acupuncture is frequently utilised in tandem with other pseudoscientific techniques.

Track 10: Occupational Treatment

Occupational therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants practise it as an allied health profession. People with psychological illnesses, physical disabilities, accidents, or impairments are frequently treated by occupational therapists. Occupational therapists employ therapeutic use of common activities to treat wounded, ill, or disabled patients. They treat patients by allowing them to grow, recover, progress, and keep the abilities they need to live and work.

Track 11: Physiotherapy

Physical therapy is a medical specialty that use biomechanics and kinesiology principles to help patients improve their mobility and physical functions. Diagnosis, prognosis, physical intervention, and patient education are all part of physical therapy.

Track 12: Holistic Therapy for Diabetes

The goal of Holistic Diabetes Therapy is to treat both the body and the mind. For diabetics, herbs and vitamins are common Chinese Alternative Medicine treatments. In this sort of therapy, aloe vera and Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA), an antioxidant present in foods such as spinach, broccoli, and potatoes, are commonly employed.

Track 13: Ethnic Medicine and Ethnopharmacology

Indigenous peoples are the ones who commonly practise ethnomedicine. It is founded on the evaluation of biologically active chemicals found in plants and animals. Ethnopharmacology is a discipline of research concerned with the scientific investigation of ethnic communities and their medical practises. Both ethnobotany and ethnopharmacy are included in ethnopharmacology. Ethnopharmacology is the study of how pharmaceuticals are used and influenced by huge groups of indigenous people.

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