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Tovarlar kimyosi va xalq tabobati jurnali Журнал химии товаров и народной медицины Journal of CHemistry of Goods and Traditional Medicine


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Area: Natural science
Evaluated version: online
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Basic information  
Main title Tovarlar kimyosi va xalq tabobati jurnali Журнал химии товаров и народной медицины Journal of CHemistry of Goods and Traditional Medicine
ISSN 2181-2977 (E)
URL http://jcgtm.org
Country  Uzbekistan
Journal's character Scientific
Frequency Bimonthly
License Free for non-commercial use
Texts availability Free
Contact Details  
Editor-in-chief DSc, Professor Askarov Ibrakhim
   Uzbekistan
Publisher Tabobat Akademiyasi NTM
 
Journal's description  
AIMS AND FOCUS

The Journal of Chemistry of Goods and Traditional Medicine (JCGTM) is a quarterly open access journal covering the fields of Chemistry of Goods (02.00.09, 2017) and Traditional Medicine (14.00.41, 2020), which have been registered as new specialties of the Higher certification commission under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The journal provides a global platform for discussion, progress and perspectives of research in the field of Chemistry and Traditional medicine. JCGTM focuses its attention on scientific achievements in the field of creating new and improving the consumer qualities of well-known products using methods of analytical, physical, organic, and other branches of chemistry, as well as the development of new natural medicines and methods of treating various diseases using methods of Eastern, Western traditional medicine and welcomes all scientific articles in the field of commodity chemistry and traditional medicine.

JCGTM will strive to publish the results of the study, representing the scientific rationale for the classification by chemical composition, new methods for certification and standardization of goods, the search for ways to produce goods with a view to their consumer qualities, as well as biochemical, clinical justifications for natural remedies and methods of traditional healing, combined with the achievements of modern medicine, demonstrating pathophysiological and molecular-biochemical bases that support the effectiveness of treatment methods, chemical studies of biologically active additives, food products used in traditional medicine.

The selection of articles to be published from all materials accepted by the JCGTM will be carried out through a thorough examination according to generally established strict criteria by highly qualified international experts. We draw attention to the fact that JCGTM strives to increase the scientific and practical significance, quality and relevance of publications. JCGTM considers quality control and preparation procedures and characteristics of natural medicines, as well as the authentication of nutritional supplements, as basic requirements to guarantee efficacy, safety and reproducibility in traditional medicine.

The main topics covered include:

Chemistry of goods

Classification of goods based on chemical composition according to the Harmonized System
Methods of certification and standardization of goods
Improvement of the commodity nomenclature of foreign economic activity
Analytical chemistry of goods


Traditional Medicine

Phytotherapy, nutritional supplements
Diet therapy
Invasive therapies
Biological invasive therapies
History, philosophy and socio-cultural aspects of traditional medicineAll articles published in the Journal, including messages, reviews, original articles and articles in the form of a short message, are the original intellectual property of the authors.


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