Traditional medicine : Yunani
The term YÅ«nÄnÄ« means ("Ionian"/"Greek"), as the Perso-Arabic system of medicine was based on the teachings of the Greek physicians Hippocrates and Galen. The Supreme Court of India and Indian Medical Association regard unqualified practitioners of Unani, Ayurveda and Siddha medicine as quackery. Practitioners of alternative medicine, including those practicing Unani medicine, are not authorized to practice medicine in India unless trained at a qualified medical institution, registered with the government, and listed as physicians annually in The Gazette of India. Identifying practitioners of Unani medicine, the Supreme Court of India stated in 2018 that "unqualified, untrained quacks are posing a great risk to the entire society and playing with the lives of people without having the requisite training and education in the science from approved institutions".
Journal of Traditional Medicine & Clinical Naturopathy covenants with Traditional and herbalist way of preventing or treating a disease. Additionally its wide as well as focused scope encompasses modern evidence based clinical research. In this wide world country specific regional specific remedies exist, some are very popular and effective and some are legend or faith based and stooped in traditional following.
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