The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to the 50 Most Common Medicinal Herbs

The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to the 50 Most Common Medicinal Herbs

Book - 2004
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The most current scientific information from the world's leading medical journals.

Although there is growing consumer awareness of alternative and complementary medicine, there is a lack of comprehensive information available on herbal products. While pharmacists, physicians and other health care professionals sometimes offer advice, their patients want more information.

The Complete Natural Medicine Guide to the 50 Most Common Medicinal Herbs is a comprehensive, fully-illustrated reference to the 50 most commonly prescribed herbs.

A complete description of each herb is featured along with its other common names, possible adverse effects, therapeutic uses for treating illness and disease as well as potential drug interactions.

Some of the herbs included are:

Aloe Vera Evening Primrose Goldenseal Scullcap Burdock Tumeric Tea Tree Oil Meadowsweet

This guide is written by professional pharmacists, one a naturopathic doctor, using the most current research and clinical testing.

The authors' easy-to-understand text, combined with the latest findings and clear directions for safe dosages, makes this practical reference on medicinal herbs a primary resource of data.

Publisher: Toronto : R. Rose, c2004
Edition: 2nd ed
ISBN: 9780778800811
0778800814
Branch Call Number: ANF 615.321 BOO
Characteristics: 352 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Smith, Michael J. 1963-

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