- February 7, 2021
- Category: Drugs and Therapeutics, Healthcare and LifeSciences
Global Herbal Medicinal Products Market Size study, byProduct type (Ayurvedic Medicines, Homeopathic Medicines, Chinese Medicines, Aromatherapy Products) by Form (Capsules/tablets, Powder, Syrups, Oils and Ointments, Other) by Distribution Channel(Hospital Pharmacies, Retail Pharmacies, Mail Order Pharmacies, E-commerce) and Regional Forecasts 2021-2027
Chapter 1.Executive Summary 1.1. Market Snapshot 1.2. Global & Segmental Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.2.1. Herbal Medicinal Products Market, by Region, 2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.2.2. Herbal Medicinal Products Market, by Product type,2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.2.3. Herbal Medicinal Products Market, by Form,2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.2.4. Herbal Medicinal Products Market, by Distribution Channel,2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.3. Key Trends 1.4. Estimation Methodology 1.5. Research Assumption Chapter 2. Global Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket Definition and Scope 2.1. Objective of the Study 2.2. Market Definition & Scope 2.2.1. Scope of the Study 2.2.2. Industry Evolution 2.3. Years Considered for the Study 2.4. Currency Conversion Rates Chapter 3. Global Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket Dynamics 3.1. Herbal Medicinal Products Market Impact Analysis (2019-2027) 3.1.1. Market Drivers 22.214.171.124. Increased acceptance of herbal products 126.96.36.199. Due to the e-commerce for convenient access 188.8.131.52. Consumer preference 3.1.2. Market Challenges 184.108.40.206. Products take longer to prove efficacy 3.1.3. Market Opportunities 220.127.116.11. Technological advances 18.104.22.168. Increased R&D spending Chapter 4. Global Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarketIndustry Analysis 4.1. Porter’s 5 Force Model 4.1.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 4.1.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers 4.1.3. Threat of New Entrants 4.1.4. Threat of Substitutes 4.1.5. Competitive Rivalry 4.1.6. Futuristic Approach to Porter’s 5 Force Model (2018-2027) 4.2. PEST Analysis 4.2.1. Political 4.2.2. Economical 4.2.3. Social 4.2.4. Technological 4.3. Investment Adoption Model 4.4. Analyst Recommendation & Conclusion Chapter 5. Global Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket, by Product type 5.1. Market Snapshot 5.2. Global Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket by Product type, Performance - Potential Analysis 5.3. Global Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket Estimates & Forecasts by Product type2018-2027 (USD Billion) 5.4. Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket, Sub Segment Analysis 5.4.1. Ayurvedic medicines 5.4.2. Homeopathic medicines 5.4.3. Chinese medicines 5.4.4. Aromatherapy products Chapter 6. Global Herbal Medicinal Products Market, byForm 6.1. Market Snapshot 6.2. Global Herbal Medicinal Products Market by Form, Performance - Potential Analysis 6.3. Global Herbal Medicinal Products Market Estimates & Forecasts by Form2018-2027 (USD Billion) 6.4. Herbal Medicinal Products Market, Sub Segment Analysis 6.4.1. Capsules/ tablets 6.4.2. Powder 6.4.3. Syrups 6.4.4. Oils and ointments 6.4.5. Others Chapter 7. Global Herbal Medicinal Products Market, by Distribution channel 7.1. Market Snapshot 7.2. Global Herbal Medicinal Products Market by Distribution channel, Performance - Potential Analysis 7.3. Global Herbal Medicinal Products Market Estimates & Forecasts by Distribution channel 2018-2027 (USD Billion) 7.4. Herbal Medicinal Products Market, Sub Segment Analysis 7.4.1. Hospital Pharmacies 7.4.2. Retail Pharmacies 7.4.3. Mail Order Pharmacies 7.4.4. E-Commerce Chapter 8. Global Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket, Regional Analysis 8.1. Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket, Regional Market Snapshot 8.2. North America Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket 8.2.1. U.S.Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket 22.214.171.124. Product typebreakdown estimates & forecasts, 2018-2027 126.96.36.199. Formbreakdown estimates & forecasts, 2018-2027 188.8.131.52. Distribution Channel breakdown estimates & forecasts, 2018-2027 8.2.2. CanadaHerbal Medicinal Products Market 8.3. Europe Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket Snapshot 8.3.1. U.K. Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.3.2. Germany Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.3.3. France Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.3.4. Spain Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.3.5. Italy Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.3.6. Rest of EuropeHerbal Medicinal Products Market 8.4. Asia-PacificHerbal Medicinal ProductsMarket Snapshot 8.4.1. China Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.4.2. India Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.4.3. JapanHerbal Medicinal Products Market 8.4.4. Australia Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.4.5. South Korea Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.4.6. Rest of Asia PacificHerbal Medicinal Products Market 8.5. Latin America Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket Snapshot 8.5.1. Brazil Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.5.2. Mexico Herbal Medicinal Products Market 8.6. Rest of The World Herbal Medicinal Products Market Chapter 9. Competitive Intelligence 9.1. Top Market Strategies 9.2. Company Profiles 9.2.1. Blackmores Limited 184.108.40.206. Key Information 220.127.116.11. Overview 18.104.22.168. Financial (Subject to Data Availability) 22.214.171.124. Product Summary 126.96.36.199. Recent Developments 9.2.2. Sanofi-Aventis Healthcare PTY Ltd. 9.2.3. Arkopharma SA 9.2.4. Nutraceutical Corporation 9.2.5. STADA Arzneimittel AG 9.2.6. Himalaya Global Holdings Ltd. 9.2.7. Integria Healthcare 9.2.8. Boiron Group 9.2.9. Young Living Essential Oils 9.2.10. Ricola Ltd. Chapter 10. Research Process 10.1. Research Process 10.1.1. Data Mining 10.1.2. Analysis 10.1.3. Market Estimation 10.1.4. Validation 10.1.5. Publishing 10.2. Research Attributes 10.3. Research Assumption
Global Herbal Medicinal Products Market is valued approximately USD 83.90billion in 2020 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 5.5 % over the forecast period 2021-2027. Herbal medicinal products are defined as any medicinal product that solely contains one or even more aromatic compounds, one or more natural products, or a combination of the two as active compounds. The traditional herbal products industry is expected to expand over the forecast period, owing to increased acceptance of herbal medicinal products over traditional allopathy due to low side effects. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines ayurvedic medicine as “the sum of information, skills, and practices that are primarily based on the concepts, beliefs, and experiences of different cultures to prevent disease.”Due to the e-commerce for convenient access to ayurvedic therapies and nutrients, improvements in laws and regulations to encourage herbal medicines, and growing globalization of herbal medicinal products, the global herbal medicinal products growth is projected to gain substantial traction. For example, Dabur India partnered with Amazon India to release an Ayurveda e-marketplace in September 2017. Amazon will sell herbal products such as Nutriherbs, Shilajeet, Himalaya healing pure herbs ashwagandha, and Herbal Hills through this e-commerce platform for the treatment of a wide variety of ailments including gut and respiratory disorders, diabetes, and others. People prefer natural drugs over pharmaceuticals to prevent negative health effects. Orthodox drugs, as opposed to allopathic medicines, are favored for treating health conditions, according to the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in 2017. However, the demand for herbal medicinal products is expected to be hampered by reduced use of herbal medicinal products in incidents such as trauma, injuries, and others over the forecast period. In comparison to allopathic or traditional drugs, herbal products take longer to prove efficacy, which is expected to limit market development. Furthermore, recent technological advances and increased R&D spending in the healthcare sector have generated lucrative opportunities for key market participants.
The main regions of Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Latin America, and the Rest of the World are included in the geographical review of the global Herbal Medicinal Productsmarket.Because of the region’s strong pharmaceutical and medical industries, Europe is expected to maintain a leading role in the market. As a result, major market players are making strategic acquisitions to gain access to potential European markets.Furthermore, due to the increasing acquisition and partnership strategies adopted by players in the region, North America is projected to be the second highest leading region in the herbal medicinal products market.By volume, Asia-Pacific, on the other hand, dominates the herbal medicinal products industry. This is primarily due to increased development of these non-traditional medicines and increasing demand for a variety of goods containing essential oils in Asia Pacific’s developing economies. In terms of herbal remedies manufactured in the Asia Pacific region, China and India are the market leaders.
Major market player included in this report are:
Sanofi-Aventis Healthcare PTY Ltd.
STADA Arzneimittel AG
Himalaya Global Holdings Ltd.
Young Living Essential Oils
The objective of the study is to define market sizes of different segments & countries in recent years and to forecast the values to the coming eight years. The report is designed to incorporate both qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry within each of the regions and countries involved in the study. Furthermore, the report also caters the detailed information about the crucial aspects such as driving factors & challenges which will define the future growth of the market. Additionally, the report shall also incorporate available opportunities in micro markets for stakeholders to invest along with the detailed analysis of competitive landscape and product offerings of key players. The detailed segments and sub-segment of the market are explained below:
Oils and Ointments
By Distribution channel:
Mail Order Pharmacies
Rest of the World
Furthermore, years considered for the study are as follows:
Historical year – 2018, 2019
Base year – 2020
Forecast period – 2021 to 2027
Target Audience of the Global Herbal Medicinal ProductsMarket in Market Study:
Key Consulting Companies & Advisors
Large, medium-sized, and small enterprises
Value-Added Resellers (VARs)
Third-party knowledge providers