Traditional medicine (TM) is stated as the sum of knowledge, skills, and practises based on theories, beliefs, and experiences that are indigenous to various cultures and are used to maintain health, as well as to prevent, diagnose, improve, or treat physical and mental conditions. Some traditional medicine systems are backed up by massive amounts of literature and recordings of theoretical notions and practical abilities, while others are passed down verbally from generation to generation. Till now, the majority of the population in several regions of the globe continues to rely on traditional medicine to cover their primary health care needs. Traditional medicine has grown in popularity over the last few decades all across the world. These approaches have been employed not only for primary healthcare of the poor in developing nations, but also in other countries where conventional medications predominate in the national healthcare system.