Save the date: 27 October, Eindhoven (Netherlands).

Seminar during Map Expo 2021: “Herbal Medicine: how does it help in Mental Health needs and symptoms ?”

Contributions by renowned therapists and experts by experience.
Good to know:
Complementary and alternative therapies are health-related therapies that are not part of mainstream medical care.
They are thought to increase well being, aid relaxation, and promote good mental health.
You can use complementary and alternative therapies for different mental health needs and symptoms.
There is more research into some complementary and alternative therapies than others. This means that there is more evidence that some work than there is for others.
Not all complementary and alternative therapies are regulated. It is important to make sure the therapist you choose is qualified.

MAP EXPO 2021 – Conference “Traditional medicines used in the treatment of mental disorders and Lyme disease”

Traditional medicines have been used in many countries throughout the world over many centuries. Today, these medicines still represent an important part of healthcare in some countries. For example, more than 100 countries have regulations for herbal medicines, but practices of traditional medicine vary greatly from country to country and from region to region, as they are influenced by factors such as culture, history, personal attitudes, and philosophy. Specifically, these practices have not only continued to be used as part of primary healthcare in developing countries, but have also been used in other countries where conventional medicines are predominant in the national healthcare system such as Europe and America (Lezotre, 2014).
The Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAP) Expo which is an international business platform for everyone who is working in or supplying to the MAP Industry, from seed and soil, research and development.

This Conference seeks to create the platform for Traditional Medicine Practitioners (TMP’s), Phytotherapists, Scientific Researchers and consumers of MAP in order to bridge the communication gap about the safety and efficacy of MAP.