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    University of western cape 28th july 2011 University of western cape 28th july 2011 Presentation Transcript

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    • Super achievers don’t waste time in unproductive thoughts, esoteric thoughts, or catastrophic thoughts.They think constructivelyand they know that their level of thinkingdetermines their success- Dr. Seymour Epstein
    • TIBB …….?
    • Umoor-componenTs1. Al - Arkan / Al Anasir-elements.2. Al –Mizaj (Temperament)3. Al – Akhlat (Humours – body fluids)4. Al – A’za’ (organs or members)5. Al – Arwah (Pneuma or vital spirit)6. Al – Quwa (faculties or powers)7. Al – Af’al (functions)
    • GahIr ZarorIyah- effIcIenT caUses• Al - Bilad (geographical conditions of the country and town and other related matters)• Al - Masakin (residential conditions and related matters)• At - Sena’at (occupation and related matters)• At – ‘Adat (habits and related matters)• Al – Asnan (Age and related matters)• Al – Ajnas (sex and related matters)• Ummur muzadat-tabi’at (Any other factor antagonistic to nature and artificial ionizing radiations, electricity and other natural forces).
    • General sTaTemenT of TreaTmenT Regimen and diet Use of Medicines Manual operations
    • holIsTIc approachAttempt to provide the best of physical mental and spiritual health by promoting inherent mechanism of the body which is natural with the help of faith , dietary regulation and keeping of seasonal daily routines of life.
    • medIcIne• Home remedies• Single & simple drugs.• Simple formulations• Compound formulations
    • BoTanIcals ……Global : 37 lakhs 36 thousand 7 hundred and 24Asian : 11 lakhs 42 thousand 6 hundred and 32European : 17 lakhs 34 thousand 7 hundred and 4American : 11 lakhs 36 thousand 9 hundred and 2African : 21 lakhs 6 thousand 4 hundred and 8Australian: 11 lakhs 5 thousand 3 hundred and 6Indian : 14 lakhs 4 hundred 9 thousand and 22
    • lIsTInG oUT.. Finalizing …• British pharmacopeia• American botanical council• Hamdard pharmacopeia• Indian Pharmacopeia
    • GloBal herBal markeT presenT scenarIo• Total Market - 62 Billion US$• US & W.Europe - 75% ( Leaders )• China - 3 % ( Non entity)• India - 0.3 % ( Non entity )• South Africa - 10 %• Other countries- 21 % (Korea, S.America and other SEA)
    • exporT of herBal drUGs- 2010 a comparIson BeTween chIna & IndIa India south africa• Total : 96,000 - 8741• Crude drugs : 77,000 - 6343• Finished products : 19,000 - 2397• Ratio of crude drugs to finished products : 80: 20 – 73:27 (approx) Sale ratio between china & India 12:1 (approx)
    • List of Top 20 (by vol.)Traded Indian Medicinal Plants SL.1.ACANTHACEAE Adhatodavasica2.RUTACEAE Aeglemarmelos3.ACANTHACEAE Andrographispaniculata4.LILIACEAE Asparagusracemosus5.MELIACEAE Azadirachtaindica6.SCROPHULARIACEAE Bacopamonnieri7.BAMBUSACEAE Bambusabambos8.NYCTAGINACEAE Boerhaviadiffusa
    • 10.EUPHORBIACEAE Emblicaofficinalis11.LAMIACEAE Ocimumsanctum12.PIPERACEAE Piperlongum13.CAESALPINIACEAE Saracaasoca14.MALVACEAE Sidacordifolia15.SOLANACEAE Solanumnigrum16.MYRTACEAE Syzygiumaromaticum17.COMBRETACEAE Terminaliachebula18.MENISPERMACEAE Tinosporacordifolia19.SOLANACEAE Withaniasomnifera20.LYTHRACEAE WoodfordiafruticosaSource : Trade Database, FRLHT
    • CauterizationRegimental therapies.. Diuresis Diaphoresis Emesis Purging Venisection Cupping Leeching Massage Physical exercise Fomentation Turkish bath
    • CauterizationCauterization as its name suggests to it is burning, theprocess of using the concept of burning methodology forhaemostatic conditions of the diseased tissue or an overgrowth , in form of beauty treatments , the small overgrowthfreckles on the facial skin is been a hindrance in the beauty ofthe woman who has been facing for a long time .The old method of cauterization was described by the firstsurgeon of the tibb –Al Zehravi – in his book al tasrif and alsotypical surgical instruments were prepared for the process ofcauterization.Mohamed Kamal Hussein describes briefly the use ofcauterization , in his book The concise history of medicine ,that these were the first sort of methods during wars where inthe bleeding wound were haemostatic by application of fire atopen wounds.
    • DiuresisDiuresis is been the strongest point of treatment among unanipractioners as of the fact of excretion of the drug out of the bodyafter its action in the body there are a number of methods forhaving the drug expelled out of the body from water – waterexpulsion to side effect of the drug or water taken as the mediumof drug induction in the body.The common use of coffee as an diuretic is a common tradition insouthern India which is been followed without even the thought ofit being a diuretic by nature , this is given to the mother soon afterher labour , the concept as a traditional custom in most parts ofthe houses and it is been a customary practice to carry somecoffee powder along with the wheat bread to visit the new bornand the mother , the coffee being a diuretic it acts a regimentaltherapy here even though it’s a traditional custom and has beenfollowed from ages , this lost concept has been introduced withthe modern western treatment of post labor management , this isone such example which had been un seen off , but is been usedfor ages and accepted unconditionally by the society of thesubcontinent.
    • DiaphoresisDiaphoresis , which is excessive sweating and this could becommonly associated with shock and immediate medicalemergencies according to the western medicine , but this is beenin use form ages and also has a description that this concept isone of a best remedy in the treatment of fevers and upperrespiratory tract infections .When having a comparison with the present fever concept , riseof temperature is termed as pyrexia or commonly called as fever ,but this was only a rise of temperature concept and to reduce therise of temperature in the body the only concept was to bring outperspiration .From a long time , according to al qanoon of Avicenna , HassanKamal describes in his encyclopedia that Tukhm-eRehancommonly called as basil seeds were the best for the processesof increased perspiration.
    • EmesisVomiting , the forceful expulsion of one’s stomach contentsthough the oral route , this has been into a practice since 14thcentaury AD, simple tips of vomiting when found regurgitation ofexcess food or by due to the nausea tic effect of occupation .Vomiting has been advised during some treatments ofheadaches, like even simple head ache, the most is in hystericalheadaches, simple method of inducing vomiting is just touch ofthe beetle leaf at the end of the epiglottis , this was practiced toinduce vomiting in hysterical patients ,and can even be seen as atreatment for hysterical women , even now in the remote villagesof southern india , during documentation on such practicing folkhealer was documented and according to her a simple method ofvomiting like this is very beneficial in treating hysterical patients .
    • PurgationPurging , this concept is the begin of every treatment , thediseased person is first administered to purgation before anytreatment is started , with a concept of cleansing of the intestinesso that the medicine is absorbed easier and will be faster in thetreatment process.The old classics of using fermentative recepies for treatment ofchronic diseases are a classic example of purgation this concepthas been in use as a complementary therapy even along with thewestern medicine.For example when we look at the thought of supplements ofvitamins in the body, it has been observed that along with themultivitamins purgatives have been advised.The concept of enema is also a regimental therapy in care of apregnant women, with some archives taking back to 10th centaury herbs like amaltass Cassia family were used though enema forpurgation before labor and this is now substituted with soap waterwhich could be a irritated purgation than the old traditional herbalpurgation .
    • VenisectionVenisection, this type of regimental therapy was the first sort oftreatment for hysterical women and people suffering from chronicheadaches “Al Zehravi the first ever surgeon used this first timeto evacuate the abnormal collected blood from the body.Even to this date , the tribes in the afghan deserts use leaf ofhard lemon grass for Venisection and these leaf blades are usedto cut the vies so that it is not painful *. These are used astraditions of long term ages and these have been into practice.When we have a comparison with the modern medicine thepsychologists use this concept in treating the psychologicaldiseases like hysteria and night mare.An incision is done at the veins of the neck in the occipital regionand as this is painful and the lemon grass acts as an antidepressant.
    • CuppingCupping , the cup is full of pain relaxing , what can one need ,more than a cup of earth to relieve pain , these were the wordswhen a old person who was travelling for hajj replied when asked, what would he do for sever head ache ,he smiled and repliedthese words ,he continued describing the application of cups ,earthen pots described in the hadiyath that its been discussedthat u just have to do cupping to get relieved from head ache ,the next line was : was there any medicine in about 500 yrs agofor simple treatments of head ache ? , there was only aregimental therapy and not the medication for these kinds ofsymptoms.When we look back to the archives Avicenna describes cuppingas the main source to relieve pain. Let us compare this to stressmanagement. a pilot study was done , cupping with small mudpot was used to get relief from pain of the back after caesareansection .
    • Leeching Leeching, the occupation becomes a hazard for some like the police men, teachers and working people who are always standing; the women stand the whole day for example women keep two –three pots on the head for at least 2-3 hrs on their head while they sell drinking water at the elephant caves – Mumbai And these women develop varicose veins , as a remedy for varicose veins they pick up the leech at the side of the water bed and apply it to the varicose vein , the leech sucks up the whole blood at the engorged vein releasing the blood clot. This helps them without painful procedure and no cost for the treatment of varicose veins.Regimental therapy , An emerging entity from tibb for well being of a person17th November 2009, Dr. Amina Ather, Team lead IFRTK, Bangalore
    • MassageMassage, this type of regimental therapy is been inpractice for a longer time in different form for differentpeople and different age groups .The basics of massagerelies on the concept of the pressure points of thebody .A simple massage can be very effective than astrong pain reliever . This has been observed in musclepull of the calf muscles.A simple poultices prepared from neem leaves , gratedcoconut and lemon , acts very soothing for the massageprocedures of relief of pain during back ache arthritisand muscle twitches
    • Fomentation and Turkish bathExercise, fomentation and Turkish bathsAll the three have become chapter of the spa industrybut this concept was started way back for the well beingof the person and as a rejuvenation therapy. This wasadvised as a part of the treatment or as a regimentaltherapy .
    • world lookInG on ……
    • my Team …Dr. Amina AtherMr. DPSS MurthyMrs. Asya AzamMiss. Asma RaheelMiss. J Noor FarhaMr. Mohamed AnwerMrs. ShantaMrs. Roopa
    • List on globally used unani botanicals with botanical identities and nomenclature matching British pharmacopeia Page no 08 -25List on unani botanicals with botanicalidentities which are available for trade . Page no 26 -40List on globally used unani botanicals with botanicalidentities which are only used in Unani medicine . Page no 41-47List on globally used unani botanicals with botanicalidentities which are only used in Ayurved and Unani medicine . Page no 48-52List on globally used unani botanicals with botanicalidentities which are only used in Homeopathy and Unani medicine . Page no 53-54List on globally used unani botanicals with botanicalidentities which are only used in Siddha and Unani medicine . Page no 55-57Photography exhibition of flora shot from five countries held at international exhibition , in an internationalconferenceKuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Page no 60References. Page no 62
    • lIsT ….
    • free copIes …director.ifrtk@gmail.comNaveena.ifrtk@gmail.com
    • why UnanI medIcIne for soUTh afrIca• As of the online survey –95% of south african men and women buy products for reproductive health management online which are about 60% from Unani medicine.• 95% of Malaysian older population buy Unani medicine online of unani origin for geriaritic care and anti ageing therapies…
    • ……UnanI medIcIne & soUTh afrIca• Common cultural background• Common practices• Common belief• Common theology• Common herbs• Common regimen therapies.
    • edUcaTIon & research…..• Inter-cultrural exchnage programs.• Pharmacogonsy• Bio ethics• Islamic culture• Clinical studies• Databases
    • concepTs ..
    • lhT• LHlT are the local health traditions and which are most often used by the traditional healers around . BONE SETTING
    • eerU
    • chdCommunity health education
    • hapHeath awareness programs
    • food &safeTy
    • food sUpplemenTs
    • GloBalIZaTIon
    • elecTronIc medIa
    • neTworkInG ..
    • Success is not an accident.It is the result of your attitude and your attitude is a choice. So success is a matter of choice and not chance.
    • relIGIoUs coUnsellInGInstructions of each religion.Boundaries between each religionBoundaries with in each religion.Customs and traditions followedthrough ages.
    • my Team …Dr. Amina AtherMr. DPSS MurthyMrs. Asya AzamMiss. Asma RaheelMiss. J Noor FarhaMr. Mohamed AnwerMrs. ShantaMrs. Roopa
    • saffron
    • Are we heading forward or we are going back!!!!!!!!
    • It’s never too late to learn!