What is Herbal Medicine? Herbalism is the main Session of medical system which uses plant extracts as the important components. These can be either eaten or applied to skin in purpose of many medical treatments. Modern medicine recognizes herbalism as a form of alternative medicine, as the practice of herbalism is not strictly based scientific method evidence which is gathered.
There are many types of herbal medicines used in this modern period. The list of herbal medicine depends on the type of plant and the method used for the modification of herbal medicine. An evidence-tested pharmaceutical drug uses many plants derived compounds in modern medicine. Herbs and medicines which are derived from natural sources are used in Phytotherapy and Phytochemistry for testing the modern standard effectiveness. Herbal medicine includes fungal and bee products including minerals and shells. Funding agencies have been supporting herbal medicine with its funds through NIH, FDA and other funding organizations.
- Track 1-1 Practical Herbalism
- Track 2-2 Natural therapeutics
- Track 3-3 Advanced Western Herbalism
- Track 4-4 Western Clinical Herbalism