PAKISTAN SOCIETY OF PHARMACOGNOSY & NATURAL THERAPY
PAKISTAN SOCIETY OF PHYTOPHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
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INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS

For the last 50 years it is the Need and Demand of health professionals of Pakistan to have a plate-form from where they can explore their ideas of latest researches in drug developments, developments in pharmaceutical technologies, medical profession, biology, chemistry and pharmacy etc. and now this idea has been realized in the form of a research journal. This journal one side fulfills the Need of health care professionals to bring them together closer and their Demand to provide a plate form for exploring their ideas and beneficial researches and other side diminishes the big difference of Need and Demand.
The name of this effort is "International Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Medical Journal" where the galaxy of scientists can explore their ideas and results of researches in the form articles/papers/short communications.

The Scope of International Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Medical Journal is in the field of Pharmaceutics, Industrial Pharmacy, Chemistry' (Natural Product Chemistry), Microbiology,
Biochemistry, Physiology, Agriculture, Botany, Genomics, Medicine (Allopathic, Homeopathic & Eastern System of Medicine), Pharmacology, Toxicology, Patho-physiology, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Cardiology, Radiology, Clinical Studies (Clinical Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacognosy), Health Policy etc.
The journal has been divided into four sections that is review article, full length research papers in above mentioned field, short communications and any news important and beneficial from research,
academics, medical, pharmaceutical industry and health policy point of view.
In next issues certain health' policy about herbal medicine, regulatory affairs in herbal medicine, the new trends from genetic and molecular biology will be discussed for improvement and better health.
Editors are very much thankful to managing committee who did tremendous job for this issue.
From the Desk of Editor-in-Chief, 2004