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11th International Conference and Exhibition on Natural Products and Medicinal Plants Research, will be organized around the theme “New Era Medications: Novel Research Trends on Natural Products & Medicinal plants”

Naturalproducts 2023 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Naturalproducts 2023

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A natural product is a chemical compound or substance produced by a living organism—that is, found in nature. In the broadest sense, natural products include any substance produced by life. The term natural product has also been extended for commercial purposes to refer to cosmetics, dietary supplements, and foods produced from natural sources without added artificial ingredients, Within the field of organic chemistry, the definition of natural products is usually restricted to mean purified organic compounds isolated from natural sources that are produced by the pathways of primary or secondary metabolism Within the field of medicinal chemistry.

  • Track 1-1Use of natural products in medicine

Plants and other living organisms have great potential to treat human disease. There are two distinct types of natural synthesis that seek to develop this potential. The Botanicals and Human Health Program is to identify botanical products with the potential to improve human health and to enable the safe, effective and proper use of high quality botanical products by healthcare professionals and consumers. Include economical production of podophyllotoxin, an important intermediate in the synthesis of anticancer agents, agronomic potential of medicinal plants in Mississippi, value-added development of botanicals through harvest, post-harvest and storage practices, and market research to quantify commercial potential.

  • Track 2-1Hydroponics of medicinal plants.

Natural products (secondary metabolites) have been the most successful source of leads for potential drug discovery. Natural products have been well documented for their medicinal uses for thousands of years. Plants have evolved and adapted over millions of years to withstand bacteria, insects, fungi and weather to produce unique, structurally diverse secondary metabolites. Their ethnopharmacological properties have been used as a primary source of medicines for early drug discovery. Macro and micro fungi have been part of human life for thousands of years. They were used as food (mushrooms), in preparation of alcoholic beverages (yeasts), medication in traditional medicine and for cultural purposes.

  • Track 3-1Drug dynamisation or Potentisation

The main challenges affecting this practice are stigmatization due to poor perceptions and attitudes, inadequate efforts to conserve medicinal plants and indigenous knowledge, modernization, exploitation of communities that own the knowledge, issues on safety, efficacy, and quality, access, irrational use of herbal . Any variations in the above factors affect the nature of the drug resulting in the alteration of the number of active constituents present in the herbs which becomes challenging while formulating herbal cosmetics.

  • Track 4-1Development of germ-free plants and tissue culture

Herbal medicine has stood the test of time, serving as a cornerstone of healthcare in cultures worldwide. Today, this ancient practice converges with modern science and technology to offer a holistic approach to health and well-being. "Herbal Medicine: Bridging Tradition and Innovation for Holistic Health" embraces the synergy between traditional wisdom and scientific advancements, fostering a deeper understanding of the therapeutic potential of plants. Herbal medicine, a time-honored practice, embraces the potency of plants to combat ailments and elevate our state of well-being. Herbs, possessing unique healing attributes, form a vital connection between nature's offerings and our health.

  • Track 5-1Homeopathy.

Alternative medicine often referred to as complementary or integrative medicine, offers a diverse range of healing approaches that stand alongside conventional medical practices. Rooted in ancient traditions and contemporary innovations, alternative medicine emphasizes a holistic understanding of health, considering the intricate connections between the body, mind, and spirit.Complementary medicine, a vital aspect of holistic healthcare, encompasses practices that work harmoniously alongside conventional medical treatments to enhance overall well-being. Rooted in diverse traditions and modern advancements, complementary medicine recognizes the interconnectedness of the body

  • Track 6-1Plant genetics and genomics
  • Track 6-2Drug dynamisation or Potentisation

Nutraceuticals represent a dynamic intersection between nutrition and pharmaceuticals, offering health-promoting compounds derived from natural sources. These compounds are isolated or extracted from foods and botanicals, and they offer potential benefits beyond basic nutrition. Nutraceuticals encompass a wide spectrum of substances, such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, probiotics, and bioactive compounds. Functional medicine is a patient-centered approach to healthcare that seeks to uncover the underlying factors contributing to health issues. Instead of focusing solely on symptoms, functional medicine delves into the intricate web of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that impact an individual's well-being.

  • Track 7-1Herbal medIcine and the aging population
  • Track 7-2Method of cloning rubber plants

Medicinal plants have long been revered for their healing properties, and their potential as anti-cancer agents is increasingly gaining attention within the field of oncology. These plants contain a diverse array of bioactive compounds that exhibit promising anti-cancer properties, making them a fascinating area of research in the quest for effective cancer treatments. The investigation of medicinal plants as anti-cancer agents bridges the gap between ancient wisdom and modern science. While many challenges lie ahead, including rigorous scientific validation and regulatory considerations, the journey holds immense promise in unlocking nature's potential for more effective, targeted, and personalized cancer treatments.

  • Track 8-1Plant Pathogen Interactions

Acupuncture, an integral component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), is a time-honored practice that involves the insertion of fine needles into specific points on the body. With roots tracing back over thousands of years, acupuncture embodies a holistic approach to health, aiming to restore balance and harmony within the body's vital energy, known as Qi (pronounced "chee"). Acupuncture serves as a prime example of how ancient healing practices continue to resonate in modern times. Its focus on the balance of vital energies and its gentle yet potent effects have propelled it into the realm of evidence-based complementary medicine, offering a unique approach to well-being that integrates both the art and science of healing.

  • Track 9-1Enantioselective synthesis

Marine natural products refer to a diverse and captivating array of bioactive compounds sourced from marine organisms, thriving in the world's oceans. These compounds, with their intricate chemical structures and remarkable properties, have garnered significant attention for their potential applications in medicine, biotechnology, and various industries. The exploration of marine natural products invites us to dive into the mysteries of the ocean, unveiling nature's hidden treasures that hold the promise of innovative solutions to health challenges and beyond. As we navigate the delicate balance between discovery and conservation, the potential of marine natural products continues to captivate scientists, researchers, and industries worldwide.

  • Track 10-1Traditional and alternative medicinem

Homeopathic and Ayurvedic medicines represent two profound branches of holistic healthcare that have stood the test of time. Homeopathy, founded by Samuel Hahnemann in the 18th century, operates on the principle of "like cures like." It is based on the belief that a substance that causes symptoms in a healthy person can, in small doses, treat similar symptoms in a sick person. Ayurveda, originating in ancient India, emphasizes the balance between the individual's unique constitution (dosha), nature, and the universe. Ayurvedic medicine views health as a harmonious alignment with one's inner and outer environment. Both homeopathy and Ayurveda hold their own unique philosophies and methodologies, yet both share the fundamental belief in the body's innate healing capacity and the importance of restoring balance to achieve vibrant health.

  • Track 11-1Use of natural products in medicine

Crude drugs and plant products are integral components of traditional and modern pharmacology, harnessing the therapeutic potential of plants for human health. These natural substances, often derived from various parts of plants, serve as the foundation for medicinal compounds and preparations, offering a holistic approach to healing and well-being. Crude drugs and plant products offer a bridge between ancient wisdom and contemporary science, showcasing the enduring power of nature in promoting health and wellness. Plant products encompass a diverse range of natural substances derived from various parts of plants, each holding valuable compounds that contribute to human health, nutrition, and overall well-being. From essential oils and extracts to powders and teas, plant products have been used across cultures for centuries, embodying the essence of nature's healing potential.

  • Track 12-1Plants and medicinal chemistry

Medicinal chemistry deals with the discovery, design, development and both plant Pharmacognosy and analytical characterisation of drug substances. Medicinal chemists are indispensable in the preclinical stages of drug development, and again as organic chemistry in drug quality control Medicinal chemists have a chance to participate in the fundamentals of prevention, therapy and understanding of diseases and thereby to contribute to a healthier and happier life. Medicinal chemistry deals with the facets of Chemistry, Pharmacoanalysis and the chemical analysis of compounds in the form of like small organic molecules such as insulin glargine, erythropoietin, and others.  It also helps in developing new chemical entities from existing compounds that are of medicinal and therapeutic effect.

The investigation of biological and chemical properties of natural products for the past two centuries has not only produced drugs for the treatment of several diseases, but has instigated the development of synthetic organic chemistry and the arrival of medicinal chemistry as a major route to discover efficacious and novel therapeutic agents. Structural alteration of natural compounds or synthesis of novel compounds, based on designs following a natural compound scaffolding, have offered us a lot of vital new drugs in the fields of medicine, agriculture, and food spheres. Nature has provided a fascinating array of chemical structures in the form of bioactive secondary metabolites

The Pharmaceutical industry’s interest in natural products diminished with the advent of such promising new technologies like combinatorial chemistry (CC) and high throughput screening (HTS). The prospect of such disciplines, aimed at accelerating drug discovery efforts, led some companies to dismiss their natural product programs. Combinatorial chemistry employs parallel synthesis techniques allowing the creation of libraries containing hundreds of thousands of compounds, whereas HTS allows rapid testing of large numbers of compounds. A significant number of drugs have been derived from plants that were traditionally employed in ethnomedicine or ethnobotany (the use of plants by humans as medicine as in Ayurvedic or Traditional Chinese Medicine), while others were discovered initially (through random screening of plant extracts in animals) or later, by determining their in vitro activity against HIV or cancer cell lines.