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The human body by intrinsically is a pharmacological factory composed of histamine, glucagon, insulin, interferon, steroids, enzymes, hormones and vitamins that are naturally synthesized by it. In a healthy state a man has temperature of 37 degrees – if his environmental temperature is 50 degrees and after sometimes if he goes to a room where the temperature is 0 degree, yet his body will adjust to 37degrees to maintain his normal temperature: the system of heat gain and heat loss totally alters and this alteration in function of nervous system, cardio vascular system, endocrinological system, GIT respiratory system and skin and cause of alteration(opposite) of all these secretion is extremely caused by “external environment”
Thus, present day physicians are now paying special attention to solve the problem of health by natural laws and natural (Organic) foods. If the knowledge of elements and calories are sufficient for our body then why has nature placed a same element in different foods? For example the highest quantity of potassium is available in dates, black pepper and bananas; for this reason greaco-arabic (Unani) medicine experts will only recommend treatment which harmonizes with the temperament h whether it concerns a patient of hypokalemia , the type of diet and whether the time is suitable if these laws. Regime and time concerns are important in there such practice enabling us to have positive outcomes but need to wait for adverse effects and finding alternate medicinal treatment. If we change our diet according to weather conditions, occupation, and day and night alternations and we understand the changing principles of these scientific modification and make a way program to understand the phenomenon of increases or decrease of temperature through diet and then there will be no need to take any synthetic medicine from outside the body and we can save humanity



Attention everyone interested in the fascinating world of differential diagnosis and management! by Prof. Dr. Asif Iqbal, a renowned expert in Eastern Medicine, is offering certificate courses in this intriguing field! With extensive experience and a deep-rooted passion for Eastern medicine, he has dedicated his life to sharing his knowledge with aspiring learners


These certificate courses will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of differential diagnosis and management within the context of Eastern/Herbal/Natural/Unani/Traditional Medicine and Meal Plan. You'll explore various techniques, approaches, and remedies used in these practices, gaining valuable insights into a holistic approach to healthcare.


The courses will be conducted online and starting from 1st July 2023, allowing you to learn at your own pace and convenience. The curriculum is designed to accommodate various schedules, making it accessible to learners from around the globe.

To register and secure your spot before 30th June 2023, please visit [Course Registration Link]. Hurry, as seats are limited!

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Pakistan research institute of eastern medicne and medical education organization proudly announcing free six-month certificate course on differential diagnosis and management with nutrition & eastern medicne.


General Introduction to Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient healing technique that originated in China and Greek and has been practiced for thousands of years. It is based on the principle that the body possesses a network of channels or meridians through which vital energy, known as Qi/QMB (pronounced "chee")or Quat-e-Mudabira Badan (QMB), flows. According to traditional medicine, the balance and flow of Qi/QMB (QMB)are essential for maintaining health and well-being. Acupuncture aims to restore the balance of Qi/QMB by stimulating specific points along the meridians using thin needles.

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