Drug research and discovery is a time consuming and costly procedure. The efforts of drug development have been greatly accelerated as a result of the exponential growth of molecular data and rapid technological advancements. Poly pharmacology is a new term for the idea of drug design, which has evolved from "one drug, one target" to "one drug, numerous targets." Poly pharmacology is gaining traction as the future drug discovery paradigm. A single medicine operating on several targets of a single illness route, or single drug acting on multiple targets pertaining to multiple disease pathways, are examples of poly pharmacological phenomena. Furthermore, poly pharmacology for complicated disorders is likely to use numerous medications that act on different targets that are part of networks that regulate different physiological responses.