Online Event
September 24 -25, 2021

Scientific Program

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Martine Negro
Keynote Presentation
Title : Engaging our inner natural healing system
Martine Negro, Nature Care Wholistic Medical Centre, Australia

The first reaction to a symptom is to look for an external treatment to resolve it. We are blessed with wonderful plants, foods and herbs that help us be more comfortable and speed our recovery. But we often forget to engage our own inner natural Healing System! What are the phenomena of Healing? It is our natural gift and operates spontaneously in the body when we have an acute injury.  B [....] » Read More

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - James L. Oschman
Keynote Presentation

Multi-disciplinary research has revealed that electrically conductive contact of the human body with the surface of the Earth (grounding or earthing) produces intriguing effects on physiology and health. Such effects relate to inflammation, immune responses, wound healing, and prevention and treatment of chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The purpose of this report is two-fold: to 1) in [....] » Read More

Keynote Speaker for Traditional medicine conference 2021 - Jacques E Chelly
Keynote presentation

It is established that preoperative mood disorders and perioperative pain significantly affect patient’s recovery following surgery. In the current opioid crisis and the risk of opioid use disorder associated with the perioperative use of opioids, complementary and alternative techniques represent an interesting alternative to control mood disorders and pain.  This presentation will rev [....] » Read More

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Peter A. Fricke
Keynote Presentation
Title : Healing anxiety and depression with homeopathy and psychotherapy 2.0
Peter A. Fricke , Holistic Mind Body Medicine, Germany

Anxiety and depression are increasing in numbers in western societies, and even chronic physical diseases often have a psychological issue as an underlying cause. Obviously, conventional medicine is not capable to reduce these numbers. Physicians, GPs and other therapists who see this discrepancy and who want to close this gap in order to help their patients often don't know homeopathy can fac [....] » Read More

Potential Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference - Renato Leca
Oral Presentation

Goal: To compare the levels of vitamin D3 in the blood and tears of healthy young adults practicing indoor and outdoor physical activities and to compare them among themselves and with people with eye diseases, and to evaluate the effects of supplementation with vitamin D3 eye drops. Method: 36 volunteers (19a 27years), without ocular diseases, were separated into two groups: indoor activi [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Denise Divine Lapides
Oral Presentation

In one definition, trauma is defined as an experience with a person, place or thing that is intolerable and unbearable. It leaves a residue, a memory, a scar that is not integrated, digested and essentially unprocessed. The difference between an experience that is defined as traumatic and stressful or upsetting, is the inability to move past it afterwards.  In other words, the nervous system [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Pawan K. Agrawal
Oral Presentation
Title : Flavonoids and possible COVID-19 integrative considerations
Pawan K. Agrawal, Natural Product Inc, USA

Flavonoids, abundantly present in fruits and vegetables, have traditionally been documented as being protective against cancer, allergies, metabolic and inflammatory disorders, and cardiovascular diseases, as well as for their antiviral benefits. The last has attracted attention as several computational methods, mostly docking studies, have shown that flavonoids may bind to multiple regions of Sev [....] » Read More

Potential Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference - Sabine Zeitler
Oral Presentation
Title : "Tuina-massage" treatment of craniomandibular dysfunction
Sabine Zeitler , International Society for Chinese Medicine, Germany

Craniomandibular Dysfunction (CMD) is characterized by clinical symptoms of the chewing muscles and/or the jaw joint and the related structures in the head and mouth. From the point of view of Chinese Medicine, CMD can be the result of a number of different pathogenic mechanisms: bi-blockages (occlusiones), yin energy deficiency in the kidney and liver functional systems (depletio yin renale et he [....] » Read More

Potential Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Aleksandra Plavsic
Oral Presentation

Aim of the study: To determine how acupuncture (AP) and exercise therapy (ET) affect motor function of the hands of patients after stroke, and effects of  acupuncture on shoulder pain and upper limb spasticity. Material and Methods: Prospective, randomized, single blind clinical study of 100 patients, age 61-70 years, in the sub-acute phase after stroke. Subjects were divided into two grou [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Ama Moor Vicky Jocelyne
Oral Presentation

Background and Objective: such forms of medicine as the modern medicine and traditional medicine have been practiced in the world to alleviate and treat diseases. However, some drugs used for certain diseases have deleterious effects on other systems and functions of the body. This study aims to investigate the impact of the aqueous extract of the stem bark of Anthocleista schweinfurthii on some p [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Ileana Isabel Espinosa Soto
Oral Presentation

This qualitative study has been carried out with the Life Story methodology, which derives from the Life Stories type of study. It consists of a biographical account through which subjective testimony was obtained about the herbal combinations used as therapeutic tools to inhibit and promote female fertility used by Mrs. María Gloria Ruales, a herbalist and healer from a traditional neighbo [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - T P Barakoti
Oral Presentation

New and old genotypes of German chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla Linn.) were experimented under different planting methods, manure and fertilizer combinations first time in Kathmandu valley. The researches aimed at evaluating genotypes performance, identifying suitable planting method and optimum combination of manures and fertilizers. The germplasm evaluation experiment was conducted at the Natio [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Roberta Adler
Virtual oral Presentation
Title : Music therapy for adults living with Dementia: Assessment, session planning, and let’s do it!
Roberta Adler, Mobile Music Therapy Services of Orange County, USA

Music therapy will be defined, and the use of music as a therapeutic tool will be discussed. The goal-directed use of musical stimulation and interactions between the therapist and recipients leads to multiple psychological and physical benefits for the patient. Musical stimulation is received by the recipient through a complex neurological process (Thaut, Michael H. (11/87) Neurological Progre [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Katarina Mark
Virtual Oral Presentation
Title : Complementary and Alternative treatment of Multiple Sclerosis
Katarina Mark, Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Background: People suffering from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) commonly use Complementary and Alternative Medicine due to the partial efficacy of conventional treatment, the chronic aspect of MS, the impact of pain and side effects of medication. An exploratory descriptive case study consisting of three cases was performed to document and analyze patient experience of Applied Kinesi [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Raffaele Pilla
Virtual Oral Presentation

Lora Cantele is a Registered Clinical Aromatherapist specializing in children with disabilities. Being the mother of a child with Autism, Mrs. Cantele has seen first-hand the impact and challenges families endure within their home, school and the public. She has been member of many support groups for parents of children with disabilities. As a consultant and practitioner, she brought her expertise [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Camille Elenne Egídio
Virtual Oral Presentation

Ischemic Stroke (CVA) occurs when an artery is blocked and there is a lack of blood supply in a particular area of the brain (ischemia). The difference between ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke (CVA) is that in the second, there is a rupture of one or more blood vessels, not clogging. The obstruction of the artery can occur by a thrombus, which is a blood clot forming on i [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Charlotte Vanessa Soppo Lobe
Virtual Oral Presentation

In Cameroon, despite the establishment of a protocol for the management of COVID-19, part of the population uses traditional herbal medicine to preserve themselves and find a cure during the COVID-19 pandemic. Objective: This study aimed to record and identify the plants and recipes used to treat COVID-19 in the Department of Mfoundi in the Center Region (Cameroon). Methodology: An ethno pharmacol [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Nyangono Ndongo Martin
Virtual Oral Presentation

Ethnopharmacological relevance: The metabolic syndrome defined by the association of morphological, physiological, and biochemical abnormalities is characterized by the presence of several associated abnormalities such as obesity, glucose intolerance and hypertension. It is the leading cause of death in the world. Its prevalence increases in emerging countries with age, gender and location. Becaus [....] » Read More

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Jean Pierre J.Fossion
Keynote Presentation
Title : The use of entheogens in pre-Columbian meso-America: Ancestral obedience to sacrificial empowerment?
Jean Pierre J.Fossion , Group Investigation of dys-Autonomy (GidA), Belgium

This lecture presents a historical account of the use of entheogens by Aztec en Maya people in the cultural context of pre-Columbian meso-America. Social control limited the use of mind-expanding products according nobility status, cultural festivities, commemorations and inter-state relationships as alliances or hostilities and agricultural fertility rites. The user of entheogens acted as medium [....] » Read More

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Bernd-Michael Löffler
Keynote Presentation
Title : Vitamin D revisited: A hormone and its important so far neglected function for health
Bernd-Michael Löffler , Institute for Mitochondrial Medicine, Germany

To be updated soon...

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Jean Pierre J.Fossion
Keynote Presentation
Title : Are indications of acupoints 2 synapses away from the needle's receptive field?: A tracer paradigm
Jean Pierre J.Fossion , Group Investigation of dys-Autonomy (GidA), Belgium

To be updated soon...

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Peiying Yang
Keynote Presentation
Title : To be Updated...
Peiying Yang , The University of Texas, USA

To be updated soon...

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Fai Chan
Keynote Presentation

Texas in the United States is a place that triggers most severe allergies/flu in the United States. People always blame the cedar trees that cause the issue... actually people there lack the professional knowledge of differentiating allergies from flu... and think that they are the same... which poses big issue to public health...nowadays people always favor self care but are they qualified to sel [....] » Read More

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Petra Wiechel
Keynote Presentation
Title : To be Announced....
Petra Wiechel , Swiss Mountain Clinic, Switzerland

To be updated soon...

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Isabel Wendt-Christodoulou
Keynote Presentation
Title : The healing wheel of nature principle in the chinese medicine
Isabel Wendt-Christodoulou , Medosophos-Institute of health and healing, Germany

In the field of tension between the sun and the moon, we experience our humanity in recurring cycles. These cycles are reflected in the nature in form of the seasons, which symbolize the constant of transformation. In accordance with these laws of nature, there are deep-seated healing secrets according to the chinese medicine. Based on the ancient chinese writings and of the pictography of the cha [....] » Read More

Potential Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Rosemarie Wagner
Oral Presentation
Title : Organ language - Do you understand how your organs talk to you?
Rosemarie Wagner, Rosewelt Natural Medicine Practice, Switzerland

Organ language is a self-organized dialogue. The moment we listen and understand how the organs speak to each other, we perceive and recognize the cause, so self-healing occurs. Diseases have this meaning! An illness, including cancer, can be cured if the cause is understood spiritually. The organ language provides access to hidden connections on the physical, mental and spiritual level. Wha [....] » Read More

Potential Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Wilfried Dathe
Oral Presentation

Zeolites of natural occurrence are composed of different topologies and the most common one in medical application is clinoptilolite. However, the X-ray diffraction (XRD) pattern of the Cuban zeolite exhibits a mixture of the medium-pore 10-membered ring zeolite clinoptilolite and the large-pore 12-membered ring zeolite mordenite. Our investigations had been focused on the effects of particle size [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Ashleigh Boyd
Oral Presentation
Title : Increasing Nurse Satisfaction While Decreasing Compassion Fatigue
Ashleigh Boyd, University of Missouri St. Louis, USA

The purpose of this quality improvement project was to identify and reduce the level of Compassion Fatigue(CF) in Emergency Department nurses by implementing a self-guided intervention. CF was the largest concern for nurse vacancy rates by administration and confirmed that ED Nurses were in the moderate risk category CF via Professional Quality of Life (ProQOL-5) survey results. I w [....] » Read More

Potential Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference - Frankie Hutton
Oral Presentation
Title : The French connection: "Medicinal, semiotic, mystical rose qualities”
Frankie Hutton , Founder, Rose Project, United States

As Founder of the Rose Project, now over a decade in existence, the presentation by Dr. Frankie Hutton, will highlight some of the hidden, esoteric aspects of the red rose, said to be the quintessential, most revered flower in the universe.  Highlighted will be the work of 16th century Frenchman, Nostradamus and his important discoveries about the rose which have had sustained value for hundr [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Lora Cantele
Oral Presentation
Title : The Aromatheraputic Approach to Children with Autism and PDD-NOS
Lora Cantele, Enhancements Aromatherapy LLC, USA

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other intellectual disabilities are on the rise. While there is no cure for Autism, there are natural ways to mitigate some of the symptoms and behaviors associated with ASD and other comorbidities. While these intellectual disorders are often misunderstood, so is the approach to this population and their families. Approaching children with ASD can be challen [....] » Read More

Leading Speaker for ethnomedicine Conference 2021 - Ramesh Chandra Srivastava
Oral Presentation
Title : Ethnomedicines of Arunachal Pradesh State of Indian Union
Ramesh Chandra Srivastava , Botanical Survey of India, India

The paper throws light on various medicinal uses of 106 species of plants, by the Aadi, Apatani, Nyishi ethnic communities of  Arunachal Pradesh. The data have been collected using personal interview schedule through established contact with key communicators of Apatani, Nyishi and Aadi people. There are a range of indigenous plant species (106) used in  ethno-medicine. In majority of th [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Humberto J. Morris Quevedo
Oral Presentation
Title : Mushroom biotechnology: an emerging horizon for developing natural therapies
Humberto J. Morris Quevedo, Universidad de Oriente, Cuba

In the recent years, it has been an upsurge of interest in natural resources due to their great potential to be used in the development of novel bioactive compounds and therapies. Among them, edible mushrooms are highlighted as promissory sources of substances of nutritional and biopharmaceutical interest with potential clinical applications. Approximately 130 medicinal functions have been describ [....] » Read More

Keynote Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Shahryar Eghtesadi
Oral Presentation

Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is the most common metabolic disorder worldwide. The increase in blood lipids and sugar in diabetic patients exacerbates the incidence of DM  late-onset complications. This study examined the effect of turmeric supplementation on glycemic status, lipid profile, hs-CRP and total antioxidant capacity in hyperlipidemic type 2 diabetic patients. In this double blind, random [....] » Read More

Leading Speaker for natural therapies Conferences 2021 - Umeaku Obiefuna George
Oral Presentation

Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience which is associated with either an actual or a potential tissue damage. Pain can persist for a long duration thus the term chronic pain. Conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis are the leading cause of chronic pain and as such managing such pain Raga et al, 2012. The review provides further evidence that the prevalence of chron [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Guiber Elena Mijares Palacios
Oral Presentation
Title : From Ethnomedicine to Ethnopharmacology: An Integrative Experience
Guiber Elena Mijares Palacios, Central University of Venezuela, Venezuela

Ethnomedicines, as culturally configured medical knowledge systems, represent in themselves a way of validation, since they articulate a concept of health and a sociocultural dynamic for disease prevention, diagnosis and therapy, in a traditionally documented practical experience. It is known that among the most commonly used therapeutic tools within the popular sphere of knowledge are medicinal p [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Renata Cristina Ferreira da Silva
Oral Presentation
Title : Traditional Medicine and Complementary Health Practices: overview and experiences in Brazil
Renata Cristina Ferreira da Silva, University of São Paulo, Brazil

The World Health Organization has supported strategies aimed at adoption traditional and complementary medicine globally. However, it is a huge challenge to implement efficient public policies in countries with poorly managed government resources and large population and territorial socio-economic disparities. Integrative and complementary practices (PICs) to health have been incorporated gradu [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Souhila Tabak
Oral Presentation

It has been recognized that gastric colonization with Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) induces a risk of developing ulcer disease and gastric cancer. The interest of this research relates for the first time to the study of the Anti-Helicobacter pylori activity of methanolic extracts of three medicinal plants, namely Allium sativum, Allium cepa and Foeniculum vulgare. The activity of the methanolic [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Kassim Dosso
Oral Presentation
Title : Which strategies of collaboration between modern medicine traditional medicine?
Kassim Dosso, University of Jean Lorougnon Guede of Daloa, Africa

Traditional medicine has long worked wonders. It is based on the use of natural products including local plants. Many patients, particularly in Africa, have had their ailments relieved thanks to this medicine. Researches are focusing more and more on plants according the World Health Organization, but away in the cupboards or the means non-existent in the pursuit of studies or even collaboration b [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Anzurat Akobirshoeva
Oral Presentation

The present work is based on the exploration of local knowledge and practices on the traditional use of medicinal plants for enhancement of health condition and food security in Pamir, Tajikistan. The geographical location of the Pamir mountains creates a specific climate and because of the climatic conditions – high mountains, changeable temperature, dry air, intensive light and huge gla [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Tajeukem Vice Clotèxe
Oral Presentation
Title : To be Updated soon...
Tajeukem Vice Clotèxe, University of Buea, Cameroon

Forest conservation around protected areas includes among others sustainable management of natural resources. This study was conducted in the area of the northern outskirts of the Boumba-Bek National Park in order to evaluate the potential use of plants in traditional medicine. Ethnobotanical surveys were conducted with local people using AFLORA survey forms. A total of 132 plant species used in t [....] » Read More

Poster presentation at Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Jon Kabance
Poster presentation
Title : Will be updated soon
Jon Kabance, Biokinetix, USA

To be updated..

Poster presentation at Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - Lucas Bianco
Poster presentation
Title : Adding dome color during a Pandemic
Lucas Bianco, Biokinetix, USA

Context: Anxiety disorders are the most common psychological disorders. Adult coloring books have been used to reduce anxiety; the use of coloring books is not often utilized by manufacturing employees. The use of adult coloring books has been utilized to decrease anxiety in stress inducing environments. The objective of this study was to decrease anxiety scale scores of manufacturi [....] » Read More

Speaker for Traditional Medicine Conference 2021 - M. Eshrat Halim
Poster presentation

Ethnobotanical indices are important quantitative indicators. Although indexes are subjective, they help to understand the level of importance or the choice of a plant to another for one purpose. In 2019, a survey was conducted in Paraguay, information from 384 participants was collected about plants species (Ps) used against gastrointestinal nematodes (GIN). One of the objectives was to measure t [....] » Read More

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