About Us

Global Episteme Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “Annual Meeting on Traditional Medicine & Practices” which is going to be held in Singapore City, Singapore scheduled from November 09-10, 2020.

The theme will focus on “New approaches and Novel Discoveries in Traditional Medicine”

Traditional Medicine 2020 is a two day conference provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to talk about the most latest innovations, trends, and issues as well as challenges encountered and options adopted in the fields of Traditional Medicine & Practices.

We look forward to welcoming you to Singapore!!

Importance & scope

Traditional medicines have been increasingly used by various communities in many parts of the world, due to its vital function in keeping appropriate health with increasing focus and research. According to the WHO, the intention of “health for all” can't be completed besides the incorporation of natural drugs in fundamental healthcare system. Traditional remedy has a long history in sickness control and public health management. Today, an increasing variety of plants used in traditional system of medicinal drug are said to have diverse things to do in infectious diseases, mainly in viral infections, and thus can be new sources of antivirals. The age-old medicinal gadget is being revisited to address the rising public health issues. Thus, there is a substantial need to enhance drug discovery technique with admire to herbal products, not simply for the subsequent 10 or 20 years, but for the subsequent 20±40 years and beyond, because there are new diseases ready to discover or invade.

We request all the scientists in the field of Traditional & Herbal Medicine, Acupuncturists Phytomedicine, Ayurveda, Pharmacognosy, Naturopathy, botanists, alternative and correlative prescription experts, individuals who have faith in characteristic solutions for investigate their examination, contextual investigations and specialists of regular medication at Traditional Medicine & Practices 2020 in Singapore City, Singapore.

The conference ambitions to foster and conduct collaborative interdisciplinary research in today's methodologies and technologies within Traditional Medicine and Practices.

The recent advancements and analysis techniques will be covered in depth at the conference by global selection of speakers, including representatives from leading private organizations, academic institutions, and end-users.

Why Singapore?

Singapore's health services are primarily based on allopathic medicine. However, it is common practice amongst the range of ethnic companies to consult traditional practitioners for common ailments. Chinese, Indian, and Malay traditional treatment options all have a section in complementary/alternative health care in Singapore.

Traditional Chinese medical practice is limited to outpatient services in Singapore. About 10,000 people visit traditional Chinese medicinal drug clinics each day, compared to 74,000 people who go to allopathic clinics.

Who should attend?

  • Doctors
  • Scientists
  • Professors
  • Herbalists
  • Ayurveda specialists
  • Acupuncturists
  • Associate Professors
  • Assistant Professors
  • Researchers
  • Research Students
  • Scholars
  • Traditional Medicine Associations & Societies
  • Alternative & Complementary Medicine Practitioners
  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Medical Industry Experts
  • Decision Makers
  • Business Entrepreneurs and other Professionals

Why Should Attend?

Traditional Medicine 2020 could be an exceptional event that brings along a novel and global mixture of Traditional Medicine analysis techniques and technology, leading universities and Traditional Medicine analysis establishments creating the conference an perfect platform to share expertise, foster collaborations across trade and world, and investigate rising technologies across the world. 

Market Research Analysis

Herbal Medicines are becoming increasingly popular among modern consumers. Market Research Future (MRFR) projects that the Global Herbal Medicine Market will capture a CAGR of 5.88% between 2018 and 2023. Whereas it is also anticipated to generate a revenue of around USD 111 billion by the end of the projection period.

The Global Herbal Medicine Market is expected to register a Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.88% to reach USD 1,29,689.3 million by 2023 and expected to generate an income of USD 210.81 billion by 2026.

Herbal medicines are used since ancient times for several health conditions. It is the oldest and most significantly used device of medicinal drug in the world today. There are several types of natural medicines and dietary supplements used throughout the world. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, 2015, the World Health Organization (WTO), suggested that round 70% to 80% of humans globally remember on natural sources for their treatment. Also, according to the American Botanical Council, September 2017, it was once mentioned that in 2016, the sale of herbal supplements expanded by means of 7.7% in the US. It was additionally estimated that consumers spending on herbal supplements improved to USD 7.452 billion in 2016. Thus, the increase in the demand for natural merchandise for healthcare functions is probably to decorate this market during the forecast period.

The world complementary and alternative medicinal drug market dimension was valued at USD 59.76 billion in 2018 and is expected to make bigger at a CAGR of 17.07% all through the forecast period. two in accordance to a new record by way of Grand View Research, Inc. international complementary and alternative medicinal drug market dimension is expected to generate an income of USD 210.81 billion through 2026, situations such as the increasing adoption and usage of natural supplements/wellness medicinal drug coupled with authorities initiatives to promote adoption of the therapy are anticipated to create revenue technology avenues.

Figure 1: Global Market Worth in USD (Billion) from 1994 to 2050

Market by Geography

Herbal remedies are the most famous form of traditional medicinal drug and 70% to 80% of the Region has used a form as primary health care. Acupuncture has been confirmed positive in relieving a variety of pain disorders, excessive blood pressure, melancholy and morning sickness. It can additionally alleviate postoperative pain and detrimental reactions to chemotherapy. The Chinese herb Artemisia annua has been found to be wonderful against resistant malaria and ought to create a breakthrough in preventing nearly 1 million deaths annually. In South Africa, the plant Sutherlandia microphylla is being studied for use in HIV patients. The plant may expand energy, appetite and body mass in people residing with HIV. More than half of Canadians used at least one CAM therapy in the year prior to the 2016 survey compared to 54% in 2006 and 50% in 1997. In 2016, massage was the most common type of therapy that Canadians used over their lifetime with 44 percent having tried it, followed by chiropractic care (42%), yoga (27%), relaxation techniques (25%), and acupuncture (22%). Europe has shared vibrant records in the use of herbal drugs since historical times. Still today, it serves as a vital hotspot for the manufacturing and utilization of natural remedies. Despite the reputation of homemade and commercial natural products in Europe, a key disconnect still exists in the dialog between allopathic practitioners and patients that use CAM natural products. Anxiety disorders are the most generic mental health situation in Australia. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) is estimated to be used by up to two out of three Australians, and accounts for $3.5 billion in expenditure every year. Approximately 38 percentage of adults in the United States aged 18 years and over and almost 12 percentage of U.S.

Figure 2: Usage of Traditional Medicine & Alternative Medicine in Different Countries

Distribution of the global herbal medicine market

Growing worldwide interest in traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda – particularly in western Europe and North America – is driving robust growth in the global market for herbal medicinal products, according to a new report by London headquartered consultancy future market insights (FMI).

A “shifting style from conventional drug treatments to normal medicines” collectively with a simpler regulatory surroundings and developing international manufacturing capability will deliver a healthy CAGR of 7.6% over the report’s 10 year forecast period (2017-2027), says FMI.

Herbal Medicinal Products Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012-2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017-2027) reports that the world market for natural medicinal product market “represents absolute $ chance of US$ 8.85 billion in 2018 over 2017 and incremental possibility of US$ 142.07 billion between 2017 and 2027”. In phrases of complete value, says FMI, the market is likely to attain US$ 272.64 billion in 2027.

Figure 3: Global Utilization of Herbal Medicinal Products in Percentage









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