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September 01-02, 2022 | Online Event

ICTM 2019

Marina Cetkovic Cvrlje, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Marina Cetkovic Cvrlje, Saint Cloud State University, United States

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease characterized by T cell-dependent and -mediated chronic inflammatory response that destroys pancreatic insulin-producing beta cells resulting with hyperglycemia and metabolic disturbances. Whereas current treatment strategies rely on insul [....] » Read More

Martine Negro, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress 2022
Keynote Presentation
Martine Negro, Nature Care Wholistic Medical Centre, Australia

Yang Sheng is the original Daoist practice of “Nurturing Life” in harmony with universal laws, primarily by cultivating one’s mind. It is a fundamental concept in Chinese Medicine and is becoming more and more relevant in our modern society where it can be calle [....] » Read More

Peiying Yang, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Keynote Presentation
Peiying Yang, The University of Texas, United States

MYC is a transcription factor that acts as a potent pro-cancer program across multiple cellular pathways and has been identified as one of the driver genes in various cancers. Targeting Myc itself has been challenging as there is a lack of a druggable binding pocket in MYC molecu [....] » Read More

Wendelin Niederberger, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences 2022
Keynote Presentation
Wendelin Niederberger, Visionary Success Academy, Switzerland

I n chinese medicine every point in the face is a reflection of a corresponding body part according to the 5-element circles. In the old day’s doctors of chinese medicine used the face of the patients to recognize health issues by describing marks, color, wrinkles, puffines [....] » Read More

Susan Whittaker, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Susan Whittaker, Wellsong Energetics, United States

I n this presentation I will describe the concept of vibrational medicine that was anticipated by Tesla--what it is, how I make it, and what I am finding it does. I have simple ideas of how it all works, but I am not a physicist and do not delve into advanced science. If I have a [....] » Read More

Irmgard Rose Parys, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Irmgard Rose Parys, Community Practice Dres. Parys Lindau-Bodolz, Germany

Homoeopathie – the divine medicine means a total view on our patients. Based on two examples it will be shown that the homoeopathic treatment not only improves some symptoms rather above all the emotional and mental healing is the goal of our efforts. This is a very serious [....] » Read More

Fai Chan, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference 2022
Oral Presentation
Fai Chan, Deli Aroma LLC, United States

According to American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), in 2015, there were 14.2 million people undergoing minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. That number is increasing each year as more people are interested in improving personal appearance without having to go through pla [....] » Read More

Laurence Pourchez, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Laurence Pourchez, Sorbonne City University, France

During this communication, I will present the traditional medicine that exists in the Mascarene Islands (Réunion, Mauritius, Rodrigues). This medicine was born from a process of creolization that occurred after the arrival in these islands, from the end of the 17th century [....] » Read More

Fossion Jean, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Fossion Jean, Group Investigation of dys-Autonomy (GidA), Belgium

We suggest a role for growth factors in a staged process of Phlegm, an ancient concept in traditional East Asian medicine. Chronic stagnation of interstitial fluids constitutes a pre-phlegm stage. Venous overfilling in heart failure and/or the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system [....] » Read More

Bernd Michael Loffler, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Bernd Michael Loffler, Institute for Mitochondrial Medicine, Germany

Objective and Design: The task of this study was to measure the plasma concentration and kinetics of three different marketed oral Curcuminoid-products and the one available synthetic Diferuloylmethan i.v. preparation under fed conditions in an open-label, balanced, randomized, s [....] » Read More

Lynda Van Heerden, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Oral Presentation
Lynda Van Heerden, Indian Board of Alternative Medicine, South Africa

The focus will be on how biofeedback harnesses the quantum energy field as a healing platform. Biofeedback is a non-invasive therapeutic technology that energetically scans and harmonizes the body’s stresses and imbalances. It returns the body back to health by reducing the [....] » Read More

G R Padmasiri, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
G R Padmasiri, University of the Visual and Performing Arts, Sri Lanka

I ndigenous Knowledge (IK) is considered as a national heritage of a country. It is unique to a specific geographical area or specific community even in the same country. Rural communities use IK as a mechanism which provide the basis for decision making on their livelihood. Indi [....] » Read More

Lydia Kemunto Matoke, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Lydia Kemunto Matoke, Natural Health Care Centre Ltd, Kenya

Background: The medicinal plants used by Herbalists in Kenya have not been well documented, despite their widespread use. The threat off complete disappearance of the knowledge in herbal medicine from factors such as deforestation, lack of proper regulation, overexploitation and [....] » Read More

Rose Ngono Mballa Abondo, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Rose Ngono Mballa Abondo, Yaoundé I University, Cameroon

S tandardization is a process that allows botanical, chemical, pharmacognosic or even pharmacological characterization of herbal medicines. This operation will consist of a macroscopic and microscopic examination of the medicinal material of the recipe (remedy’s mixture of [....] » Read More

Yuxi Liu, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Oral Presentation
Yuxi Liu, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

Background: A traditional Chinese medicine formula Huai-Hua-Jin-Yin-Jiu comprising Sophorae Flos and Lonicerae Japonicae Flos (SL for short) was used for treating melanoma in ancient China. We have previously shown that an ethanolic extract of SL (SLE) possesses anti-melanoma eff [....] » Read More

Baohong Jiang, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Baohong Jiang, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, China

Cardiovascular, especially ischemic heart disease, remain consistently among the leading cause of death worldwide. In China, the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) medication and principles in treating such conditions is among the most developed fields in TCM practice and [....] » Read More

Hiroyoshi Tahata, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hiroyoshi Tahata, Japanese Rolfing Association, Japan

Introduction: To apply for the people who is a pressure sensitive of touch, Agneessens and Tahata developed the Art of Yield, which can facilitate drastic structural change. This approach is a derivation of ‘yield’ touch being taught in some Rolf Movement trainings. A [....] » Read More

Mbulaheni Simon Nemutandani, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Mbulaheni Simon Nemutandani, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Centuries of western colonization has destroyed the trust between indigenous health practitioners, patients and the western trained health practitioners. As a result, patients abandon their medications including ARVs, and an increased number of ARV defaulters. Dual consultations [....] » Read More

Arturo Huerta Lopez, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Oral Presentation
Arturo Huerta Lopez, Comunidad Biocultural, Mexico

The current capitalist economic model has fostered a circle between health and disease, which derives from current food, the exploitation of people by the capitalist system of production, as well as the exploitation of wild ecosystems from which they extract natural goods, collec [....] » Read More

Annette Booiman, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Annette Booiman, Mensendieckmoves, Netherlands

Posture nonverbally communicates information about ourselves to others. However, most people are unaware of their posture and how this can affect their life. Looking at a screen is becoming more dominant in people’s lifestyle. The downward looking or the head forward positi [....] » Read More

Josefina Anllo Naveiras, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Josefina Anllo Naveiras, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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Charles Shang, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Keynote Presentation
Charles Shang, University Of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, United States

Background: Acupuncture has been shown to cause long lasting systemic changes with weak, nonspecific stimulation which is most similar to the stimulation of organizers in growth control in conventional biology. Growth control is crucial in maintaining normal structure and functio [....] » Read More

Takashi Seki, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Keynote Presentation
Takashi Seki, Tohoku University, Japan

Objectives: To study the difference of the effect of foods described in the complete works of Hippocrates in ancient Greek, Ayurveda in Southern Asia, science of nutrition of the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in East Asia and suggest the new viewpoint of the future diet stud [....] » Read More

Xi Jun Wang, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Xi Jun Wang, Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine, China

Evaluation of the efficacy of traditional Chinese medicines (TCMs) is an important prerequisite for discovering effective substances, lead compounds, and quality markers (Q markers). At present, there is an urgent need to develop a biological language that can act as a bridge for [....] » Read More

Stephan Breu, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Stephan Breu, Neurolog Academy, Germany

S tephan Breu is going to present the research work on functional Neurology of the last fifteen years by Dr. Eckardt and him with the example of having a closer look at the cranial nerve five - the trigeminal nerve, and on its functions and connections throughout the whole centra [....] » Read More

Michael Lean, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Michael Lean, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Background: Type 2 diabetes has usually been considered a chronic progressive disorder that requires lifelong treatment. The DiRECT trial was designed assess remissions over two years using a dietary weight-management programme. Methods: DiRECT is an open-label, cluster-random [....] » Read More

Geoffrey W Abbot, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Oral Presentation
Geoffrey W Abbot, University of California, United States

Traditional folk medicines based on herbs have been used for thousands of years and currently persist alongside modern therapeutic approaches. However, the molecular basis for many folk medicines is unknown or incompletely understood. We recently discovered that some folk anticon [....] » Read More

Lorenzi Vannina, Speaker at Global Event on Ethnomedicine
Oral Presentation
Lorenzi Vannina, University of Corsica, France

The antibacterial activity of eleven protected designation of origin (PDO) “Miel de Corse – Mele di Corsica” commercial corsican honeys was investigated. First, they were classified according to the PDO recommendation using melissopalynological analysis leading [....] » Read More

Rian W Manville, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Rian W Manville, University of California, United States

Voltage-gated potassium channels formed by KCNQ2 and KCNQ3 generate the phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate (PIP2)-augmented M-current, which regulates neuronal excitability. Hyperexcitability of neuronal cells is associated with numerous neurological diseases, such as benign f [....] » Read More

Dominique de Rocca Serra, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Dominique de Rocca Serra, University of Corsica, France

Candidosis is today the most important cause of fungal infections in humans, and Candida albicans, an opportunistic pathogen, is responsible of the majority of yeast infections, more and more frequent because of the increase of the number of immunosuppressed patients, the excessi [....] » Read More

Linda Yang, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Oral Presentation
Linda Yang, TCM Health Clinic, Australia

Background: Research suggests that the prevalence of any complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) ranged from 28 to 95 percent. Special diets or dietary supplements were the most frequent CAM treatments. However, research on [....] » Read More

Amrita Sharma, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Amrita Sharma, Amrita’s Ayuryogavidya, A centre of excellence for wellness and holistic health, India

Kangra valley is located in the sub Himalayan terrain of state of Himachal Pradesh in India and considered as land of Gods. It is well known for its rich biodiversity of medicinal plants. The people of the valley have great faith in efficacy of these traditional medicinal plants. [....] » Read More

Pawel Konieczynski, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Pawel Konieczynski, Medical University of Gdansk, Poland

Far East Medicine, and others Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has recently acquired more and more attention in Europe. Due to this, it seems adequate and reasonable to monitor the level of metallic elements in medicinal plants originating from C among hina available in Europea [....] » Read More

Jung Hwan Byeon, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Jung Hwan Byeon, Daejeon University, Korea, Republic of

Herbal products have been widely used as a means of ethnomedicine worldwide. Recently, the potential hepatotoxicity of herbs has become a medical issue but comprehensive studies are limited. I tried to determine the clinical features of herb induced liver injury (HILI) including [....] » Read More

Yasuhiro Yoshida, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Oral Presentation
Yasuhiro Yoshida, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan

We previously reported that extracts from Chinese medicinal herbs, Oldenlandia diffusa (OD) have immunomodulating activity in murine spleen cells (1). Ursolic acid (UA) is included in OD and one of the active components for anti-tumor effects; however, anti-tumor activity of UA o [....] » Read More

Naphatsorn Ditthawutthikul, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Naphatsorn Ditthawutthikul, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand

Ayurveda is the oldest medicine system available on earth. According to the legend, it has existed before the creation of the universe by Brahma, the lord of the creation. In Ayurveda, holistic healing is focused. There are many treatment and healing systems utilized in Ayurveda. [....] » Read More

Xu Jingyi, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Xu Jingyi, College of Pharmacy, South-Central University for Nationalities, China

Plant-based drug from each nationality has become a potential abundant source for international pharmaceutical market. In reverse pharmacology, traditional drug that has a history of therapeutic activity is used as a starting point for drug discovery. However, documented natural- [....] » Read More

Sibidou Yougbare, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sibidou Yougbare, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan

Background: In developing countries, integration of traditional medicine into national health care system has renewed interest. Cost, accessibility, emergence of antimicrobial resistance, side effects and so forth are multiple reasons. Therefore, scientific validation of traditio [....] » Read More

Yuh Lien Chen, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Oral Presentation
Yuh Lien Chen, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Wild bitter gourds (WBG, Momordica charantia L.) is eaten as a vegetable and used as a traditional herb in Asia. The significant pharmacological properties of WBG fruit extract (WBGE) are anti-diabetic, antiinflammatory, anti-tumor and anti-oxidant actions. However, the anti-infl [....] » Read More

Josefina Anllo Naveiras, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Josefina Anllo Naveiras, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Tierra Cha is a flat, virtually hill-loked farming area of the northwest Iberian Peninsula with dense systems, lakes and wetlands that forms part of a UNESCO biosphere reserve and is included as a site of Community importance in the Natura 2000 network (SIC Parga-Ladra-Tamoga; ES [....] » Read More

Festus M Tolo, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Oral Presentation
Festus M Tolo, Natural Products Research and Drug Development Programme, Kenya Medical Research Institute, Kenya

Traditional Medicine (TM) has been used in virtually all cultures as a source of health care. The use incorporating medicinal plants in most developing countries as a normative basis for maintenance of good health has been widely observed and still provides the mainstay of health [....] » Read More

Jia Ming Chen, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Poster Presentation
Jia Ming Chen, China Medical University, Taiwan

Background: Tongue diagnosis plays an important role in clinical prognosis and treatment of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). By observing tongue features, TCM practitioners can probe qi-blood, yin-yang disorders which are important in treatm [....] » Read More

Abuzar Ansari, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Poster Presentation
Abuzar Ansari, Ewha Womens University Mokdong Hospital, Korea, Republic of

Background and Purpose: In conventional medicine, metformin (MF) is considered as the first-line drug for the treatment of type 2 diabetes (T2D). In traditional Oriental medicine, Scutellaria baicalensis (SB) is also commonly used to treat metabolic diseases. This study was condu [....] » Read More

Chihiro Sugita, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conference
Poster Presentation
Chihiro Sugita, Kyushu University of Health and Welfare, Japan

Propolis has been used worldwide as a dietary supplement for the purpose of health promotion. Recently, some studies have shown that a diet in fruit and vegetables containing flavonoid reduced the risk of thrombosis and cardiovascular disease. We hypothesized Brazilian propolis ( [....] » Read More

Chanin Sillapachaiyaporn, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Poster Presentation
Chanin Sillapachaiyaporn, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is caused by the Human immunodeficiency virus type-1 (HIV1). HIV-1 protease (PR) is an essential enzyme for the HIV replication. Auricularia polytricha (AP) is an edible mushroom that has several important therapeutic properties. The sequ [....] » Read More

Sineenat Kuadkaew, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Conferences
Poster Presentation
Sineenat Kuadkaew, Prince Of Songkla University, Thailand

Curcumin has been claimed to exert a potent antiulcer, however, its limitations for further clinical use include its low solubility, low bioavailability, large oral daily dosing and frequent drug administration. Chitosan is a wellknown polysaccharide biopolymer with bioadhesive a [....] » Read More

Sonsawan Kongpuckdee, Speaker at Ethnomedicine Conferences
Poster Presentation
Sonsawan Kongpuckdee, Prince Of Songkla University, Thailand

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) have been accepted as a major cause of GU (80% of the cases) that results in impaired quality of life, work loss, and high–cost medical care. The tissue inflammatory response seems to be related to an excess release of a number [....] » Read More

Chen Che Yi, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Poster Presentation
Chen Che Yi, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan

I rinotecan (CPT-11), a chemotherapeutic agent for colon cancer, commonly induces adverse effects, such as diarrhea and myelotoxicity. After the non-toxic metabolite (SN-38-glucuronide) of irinotecan was excreted to intestine, bacterial β-glucuronidase (βG) converts it [....] » Read More

Charles Shang, Speaker at Traditional Medicine Congress
Workshop
Charles Shang, University Of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, United States

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