Climate and geographical considerations are two important factors in provoking illnesses as well as in producing relevant medications. This sub-section considers the impacts of climate and geographical conditions on provoking illnesses as well as the impact of the two said factors in producing related medications.
Human communities live under the influence of the geographical conditions of their living environment, their specific culture, civilisation and ethnicity. These elements are the constituting elements of human civilisations, societies and environments. In the wake of time, the said elements have led to the emergence of various schools of traditional medicine. This sub-section is, thus, devoted to identifying the impact(s) of the human environment and the said elements on the emergence of schools of traditional medicine in different places (even in border areas).
The impact of climatic conditions and geography is already clear on the emergence of diverse schools of traditional medicine as well as related medicinal products. However, it is noteworthy that the people living under diverse climatic conditions also have a share in the formation of schools of traditional medicine. This sub-section is, therefore, devoted to identifying behaviours, climate-related traditional medications, and the status of traditional medicine in diverse climatic conditions (which has led to the formation of diverse schools of traditional medicine for diverse ethnic groups). The identification and hence explanation of schools of traditional medicine that are formed for diverse ethnic groups is another focus-point of this sub-section.