What the Labels Won't Tell You: A Consumer Guide to Herbal Supplements
Because of Food and Drug Administration rulings, herb suppliers cannot provide even basic information on what conditions herbs are best used for, or how to safely use herbs for health and well-being. In What the Labels Won't Tell You, readers will learn how to decipher supplement labels, how to pick the supplements that work best, and what herbs should not be used for certain ailments or in combination with other herbs and pharmaceutical drugs. Consumers will get all of their questions about herbal health answered quickly and easily.
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Introduction Living with herbs
Dealing with the law
Decoding the labels
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