Italian Society of Natural Medicine (SIMN) was created to give adequate answers to the demand of health and wellness that requires new rigor, more reassurance, especially a more authoritative scientific correctness.
The Italian Society of Natural Medicine (SIMN) is an association founded December 15, 2003 with the legal form of a non-profit organization of social utility (NPO).
The main purpose is to protect public health through information and training initiatives aimed at promoting the real scientific knowledge of herbal products as they emerge from the studies published in the international scientific literature.
The SIMN is promoting an herbal quality, managed by the physician, the pharmacist and the vet, to guide the citizen to the proper use of herbal remedies.
Prof. Giancarlo Cravotto, Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry, University of Turin.
Dott. Robero Copparoni, Dir. General Food Safety and Nutrition, Ministry of Health, Rome.
Prof. Giuseppe De Virgilis, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Milan.
Prof. Luigia Favalli, Department of Pharmacology, University of Pavia.
Prof. Antonio Guerrero, Laboratory of Bioorganic Chemistry, University of Trento.
Dott. Marcello Lomiento, Doctor Allergist, Naples.
Dr. Paola Moro, Poison Control Center Niguarda, Milan.
Prof. Patrizia Perego, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Genoa.
Dott. Piero Piccioli, Regulatoria sas, Rome.
Prof. PierGiorgio Pietta, Institute of Biomedical Technologies, CNR, Rome.
Dott. Roberto REMPI, Sports Medicine, Florence.
Dott. Antonello Sannia, Professor of the Specialization Course in Herbal Medicine, University of Siena.
Dr. Silvia Scaglia, ISMEA, Rome.
Prof. Hisanori Suzuki, Department of Biological Chemistry, University of Verona.
Dott. Domenico Careddu, Doctor Pediatrician, National Coordinator fete FIMP of Herbal Medicine, Novara.
Dott. Edi Confalone, coordinator of the agronomic activities.