About the Journal

International Journal on The Ethnomedicine and Nutraceutical

Journal Title International Journal on The Ethnomedicine and Nutraceutical
ISSN xxxx-xxxx (online) | xxxx-xxxx (print)
DOI Prefix Prefix xxxxxx
Editor in Chief Ardi Novra
Publisher PUI eMEDICAL Universitas Jambi
Frequency Twice a year

About the Journal:

The International Journal of Ethnomedicine and Nutraceutical offers a platform for the dissemination of research findings and studies pertaining to the utilization of natural resources for health, rooted in the principles of sustainable development. We welcome research that delves into the social, environmental, and health-related aspects of preserving and harnessing resources, as well as investigations into the economic opportunities within the ethnomedicine sector.

Scope and Focus:

This journal embraces original research contributions and comprehensive literature reviews that shed light on the multifaceted realm of ethnomedicine and nutraceuticals. Our scope encompasses diverse topics, including but not limited to:

  • Traditional healing practices
  • Ethnobotany and herbal medicine
  • Nutritional supplements derived from natural sources
  • Indigenous knowledge systems in healthcare
  • Socio-economic dimensions of ethnomedicine

Publication Schedule:

Published biannually, the journal releases issues in January and June, providing a regular forum for scholarly exchange and knowledge dissemination. We prioritize efficiency in our editorial process, aiming to review and process submissions within a maximum timeframe of four weeks.

Submission Guidelines:

Authors are encouraged to submit original research articles, review papers, and perspectives aligned with the journal's thematic focus. Manuscripts should adhere to the prescribed formatting guidelines available on our website. All submissions undergo a rigorous peer-review process to ensure academic integrity and scholarly excellence.

Join Our Community:

The International Journal of Ethnomedicine and Nutraceutical invites researchers, academics, practitioners, and enthusiasts to contribute to our vibrant scholarly community. Together, let us explore the intersection of traditional wisdom, modern science, and sustainable healthcare practices.