Monday, 29 October 2018


About Conference

2nd World Congress on Traditional and Complementary Medicine

With the extremely outrageous success of previous traditional medicine meetings, we welcome you to attend the 2nd World Congress on “Traditional and Complementary Medicine” to be held on February 22-23, 2019, Abu Dhabi, UAE. Pharma Traditional medicine 2019 goals to assemble main educational specialists, analysts, scientists, traditional and complementary medicine practitioners, herbal medicine doctors, Acupuncturists and research college students to share valuable review and study related to the field of Traditional and Complementary Medicines and its subfields as well. We invite you all to the Pharma Traditional medicine in 2019 as it is a platform to have open discussions, knowledge sharing and interactive sessions with field experts. Traditional and Complementary medicine 2019 includes the convention meeting which consists of discussion and workshops, keynote speeches, absolute talks, poster classes and the panel session on cutting-edge research traits within the field of Traditional and Complementary medicine. This meet suspects many representatives from all around the world who would address as keynotes and oral shows by means of the eminent audio system and observe presentations by means of understudies, opportunity medicinal drug Exhibitions and delegates everywhere in the globe with the intention to make a level for worldwide advancement of sheltered and viable commonplace remedies. It offers international structures management and possibilities to joint efforts with companies and agencies. Traditional and Complementary medicine is an international Medicinal conferences event organizer and union of Open get admission to the publisher. Traditional and Complementary medicine additionally organizes global scientific occasions annually the world over, wherein expertise switch takes place through roundtable meetings, panel discussions, poster presentations, global workshops, global symposiums & international class exhibitions. Traditional and Complementary medicine host presentations from eminent specialists in the applicable fields.

Benefits of attending:

  • Learning In a New Space
  • Meet Experts & Influencers
  • Lectures by active practitioners
  • Novel techniques to benefit your research
  • Keynote forums by Prominent Professors, Doctors, and Practitioners
  • Learning about facts and statistics to better understand the market and industry
  • Networking with new people within your field
  • Unique opportunity to exhibit or sponsor at the Conference
  • Open discussions, knowledge sharing and interactive sessions with field experts
  • Poster presentations by Young Researchers

Conference Highlights

Special Issues

  • All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Supported International Journals.
  • Abstracts will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by Cross Ref

Sunday, 19 August 2018

Herbal Medicine for Immune System

Herbal Medicine for Immune System

Traditional medicine Is the accumulated knowledge of the ancient medicine which is put into use these days with a holistic approach for the betterment of life and development of immunity and healthcare sector. The most common reason for using traditional medicine are that it is more affordable, more closely corresponds to the patient’s ideology, allays concerns about the adverse effects of chemical (synthetic) medicines, satisfies a desire for more personalized health care, and allows greater public access to health information. The herbs are mostly used for the development of chronic therapy and immunity to help fight life threatening problems. Furthermore, traditional medicines are widely perceived as natural and safe, that is, not toxic.
Traditional and Complementary Medicine practitioners believe in these eight herbs and ingredients, and they're all thought to bring balance to the body, boost the immune system, and promote overall health. Try adding them to your routine today:

1. Echinacea
This is an antiviral and antibacterial herb which contains polysaccharides that increase the body's production of white blood cells, which fight infection. Echinacea is available in an extract or tablet form, making it easier to get your daily supply of this immunity-boosting flower.

2. Astragalus
Adaptogenic astragalus is helpful to fight against stress, and it contains anemia, which can improve blood counts. Add this herb to soups to fight fatigue and boost your immune system during cold and flu season.

3. Yin Chiao (Honeysuckle Forsythia)
Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners often prescribe this nine-herb formula, which contains soothing licorice, nasal-clearing peppermint, perspiration-stimulating Jing Jie, and Lu Gen, which soothes the lungs and stomach.

4. Garlic
Garlic is a powerful antioxidant with antimicrobial, antiviral, and antibiotic properties. It's also a natural decongestant. You can add it in your meal and you are good to go.

5. Elderberry
Elderberries are packed with quercetin, an antioxidant with antihistamine and anti-inflammatory effects. It helps people with chronic pain and help to prevent fatigue.

6. Andrographis
Andrographis is a plant commonly used in Asian countries to prevent influenza and soothe digestive issues, liver conditions, fever, and sore throats. This herb's detoxifying properties cleanse the blood and strengthen the immune system to fight infection.

7. Ginger
This pungent root is a powerful antihistamine and decongestant that delivers a one-two punch against cold symptoms. Add it to stir-fried dishes or boil it to make a cup of ginger tea with some added lemon and honey for a pleasant and healing hot drink.

8. Medicinal mushrooms

Chinese and Japanese herbal medicine practitioners have used medicinal mushroom for centuries, and blends containing shiitake, reishi, and maitake mushrooms are great for strengthening the immune system.

Monday, 6 August 2018

Ayurveda – To cut Belly Fat

Ayurveda – To cut Belly Fat

Belly fat is one of the most difficult parts to get rid of. Hence every one wishes to have a flat belly. Ayurveda has some amazing remedies to cut down that stubborn belly fat. One tends to gain weight due to lack of exercise, unhealthy diet, oversleeping, unhealthy lifestyle and so on. All this leads to the development of obesity especially the development of fat around the belly. As per Ayurveda obesity is regards as the improper growth of fat tissue and low metabolism rate.
Therefore Ayurveda suggests natural and herbal remedies to cut down that stubborn belly fat. According to Ayurveda any herb that helps in increasing metabolism helps to burn fat. Therefore spices such as black pepper and ginger help to fight with that fat. Researchers have also found that people who drink warm water have better digestion and have no complaints about the digestive system than people who drink cold water.
Here are some of the remedies you can follow to cut down hat belly fat:
  • Use of Methi (Fenugreek)

Galactomannan is a water-soluble component in methi, helps to maintain your cravings and keeps you fuller for longer. Moreover, it also helps increase the metabolic rate of the body. Methi is loaded with numerous health benefits and helps in cutting down that fat hence improving digestion and metabolism. All you need to do is grind that menthi seeds into fine powder put it in some warm water and drink it on an empty stomach. One can also soak the seeds overnight and drink that water and chew those seeds, hence developing your metabolism rate and digestion effectively.
  • Guggul (Commiphora Mukul)

Guggul is a herbal remedy that has long been used in various Ayurvedic medicines. It contains a plant sterol known as guggulsterone which promotes weight loss by stimulating the body's metabolism. Moreover, it is known as a natural cholesterol-lowering herb too.
  • Vijaysar (Pterocarpus Marsupium)

Vijaysar is a deciduous tree, whose bark is used in various Ayurvedic medicines to manage diabetes and obesity. It has fat reducing properties to reduce belly fat. Moreover, the resin and bark are used to ensure a healthy digestive system. 

  • Triphala

Triphala helps eliminate toxins from the body and rejuvenates the digestive system. Triphala is an ancient preparation made using three dried fruits including amalaki (amla), bibhitaki and haritaki, all of which have cleansing and rejuvenating properties. Ayurveda experts advise taking triphala churna in hot water at least two hours after dinner and half hour before breakfast.
  •         Dalchini (Cinnamon)

Dalchini or cinnamon helps to stimulating the body's metabolism, which further helps in cutting the belly fat. Cinnamon stimulated metabolism of the fatty visceral tissue, which means it could be helpful in cutting belly fat.

Hence follow these home remedies to boost your digestion and metabolism and to cut down that stubborn belly fat. It is good to maintain a healthy diet, healthy lifestyle and proper sufficient sleep of 6-8 hours to maintain a proper body and mind. After all healthy is wealth.  So stay fit and healthy.

Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Ayurvedic Diet – A Healthy Diet

Ayurvedic Diet – A Healthy Diet

An Ayurvedic diet is a planned diet of what to eat when to eat and how to eat to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to boost your health. This kind of diet would help you to prevent prone to diseases and maintain wellness and develops your personality and strength. In an Ayurvedic diet, we practice to eat minimally processed food and practice mindful eating rituals.
  • Intake of six rasas or tastes: At each meal, you incorporate these 6 tastes that are sweet, sour, bitter, salty, pungent and astringent.
  • Eat mindfully and with concentration: It is a way to appreciate your meal and to avail its wholesome benefits. This is done by avoiding laughter, speaking and such sort during the meals.
  • Eat slowly enough to enjoy the flavor of the food.
  • Eat the proper quantity of food. Do not overeat to avoid obesity and unhealthy rituals.
  • Eat only when you feel like you have digested your previous meal. It is always recommended to maintain a gap of 3 hrs. between each meal.
Ayurvedic Diet is planned according to your dominant constitutional type or dosha. There are three different Ayurvedic doshas that derive from five different elements: space, air, fire, water, and earth. Each element provides different qualities or attributes.

Vata (space and air): Vatas are often described as creative, intense, or expressive. Attributes include dry, light, cold, and rough.
Pitta (fire and water): Pittas are often described as intelligent, joyful, and driven. Attributes include sharp, hot, liquid, and mobile.
Kapha (earth and water): Kaphas are often described as calm, loving, or lethargic. Attributes include moist, heavy, soft, and static.

Here are the lists of ayurvedic dietaries one must follow:
  •          Eat naturally intelligent foods
  •          Shun food fads
  •          Opt for lots of fruits and vegetables
  •          Be spice-wise
  •          Cleanse from the inside out
  •          Drink a lot of water
  •          Cultivate good eating habits
  •         Eat for your soul
Remember, the world is our table
Hence as always said you are what you eat, so eat healthily and stay healthy.
To know more about Ayurvedic Diet and the types of combinations you need to follow according to your Dosha come to join us at the Traditional med Meet 2018.

Sunday, 8 July 2018

Ashwagandha – The Life Extender

Ashwagandha – The Life Extender

Withania somnifera commonly known as Ashwagandha is a plant in the nightshade family. Commonly used as a medicinal herb in Ayurveda medicine it is considered as most powerful herbs due to its restorative properties.

 Here are the healing benefits of Ashwagandha:
·         confers immune system protection
·         combats the effects of stress
·         improves learning, memory, and reaction time
·         reduces anxiety and depression without causing drowsiness
·         stabilizes blood sugar
·         lowers cholesterol
·         reduces brain-cell degeneration
·         contains anti-malarial properties
·         offers anti-inflammatory benefits
In some parts of India it is used to help older patients with mental disorder and memory. It has the ability to fight off cold and cough symptoms. Studies give researcher’s glimpse that Ashwagandha also has the ability to decrease cancer cells without affecting healthy cells.

Ashwagandha Uses & Effectiveness:
·         Tumors
·         Tuberculosis.
·         Liver problems
·         Swelling (inflammation)
·         Ulcerations
·         Stress
·         Inducing vomiting
·         Altering immune system function
·         Preventing the signs of aging
·         Fibromyalgia
·         Infertility

Ashwagandha is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth in short-term. The long-term safety is not known. Large doses of it can cause stomach upset, diarrhea, and vomiting. It’s not known if it can be directly applied to skin. Ashwagandha is not recommended to use if you are pregnant. It is rated UNSAFE during pregnancy. There is some evidence that Ashwagandha might cause miscarriages.

Hence it is recommended to consult a traditional medicine doctor before availing the benefits of Ashwagandha.

Friday, 15 June 2018

Traditional Chinese herbal therapy

                                       Traditional Chinese herbal therapy

Traditional Chinese herbal therapy is the use of a large number of multi-herb formulae together. To provide knowledge about this Chinese herbal therapy a database with a total of 11 810 traditional Chinese herbal formulae was constructed.


It is the practice of using the scent generated by aromatic plants to improve a patient’s sense of well-being. These scents are designed to alleviate your stress, depression, as well as help you feel relaxed and good about yourself. While some aromatic plants can treat conditions like acne, insomnia, and warts, others can cause itchiness, rashes, severe breathing, and in some cases involving an allergic reaction to plants, death.

Treatment for Allergies

One can suffer from allergies due to a lot of things. Common symptoms include sneezing and itchy eyes and throat. Formulas are customizable, depending on the severity of the allergy.

Aid for Arthritis

Most modern science medicines are dedicated to healing arthritis. There are a couple of traditional Chinese medicines used for lessening the joint and knee pain of arthritis. Topical aloe vera,  ginger, green tea help people with arthritis.

 Other complementary approaches to arthritis pain relief include:
  • ·         massages
  • ·         ice or heat packs
  • ·         aerobic exercise
  • ·         tai chi
  • ·         yoga
  • ·         bath and soaking therapies
  • ·         stress management like biofeedback and meditation
  • ·         a healthy diet which includes omega-3 fatty acids
  • ·         vitamin D supplements if your vitamin D levels are low
  • ·         acupuncture
  • ·         supportive shoes
  • ·         weight management

Hence these are the few benefits of Traditional Chinese herbal therapy. To know more come join us at the World Congress on Traditional and Complementary Medicine during September 24-25, 2018 at Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Thursday, 29 March 2018

                                                 Ayurveda versus Homeopathy 



  •  Ayurveda solutions supplement the allopathic pharmaceuticals while homeopathy is against it.
  •           As indicated by Ayurveda, the well being and prosperity of a man rely upon the adjust of three key segments, the breeze, bile, and mucus, while homeopathy has faith in the "vitalist" reasoning which says that some inside or outer variables aggravate the fundamental power of the body which influences the strength of a man.
  •  Ayurveda utilizes some surgical methods, for example, "Kshar sutra" or sanitization strategies like "Panchkarma" for treating sicknesses, which isn't on account of homeopathic treatment.
  • Ayurveda prescriptions utilize herbs, minerals like sulfur, copper, lead, arsenic, gold, vegetable medications, and creature items, for example, drain, gallstones, and issues that remains to be worked out the drugs. Homeopathic med utilize different plants, engineered materials, mineral substances which are weakened in liquor or refined water. The last medication contains just a little level of the substance.
  • Security Issues: Ayurveda meds may join a little measure of lethal materials, for example, lead, mercury, arsenic while homeopathic medications contain water and liquor.