Mosby's Handbook of Herbs & Natural Supplements

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Mosby, 2001 - Dietary supplements - 933 pages
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This essential handbook presents detailed monographs for 270 commonly used herbal products and natural supplements. Arranged in alphabetical order, each monograph incorporates authoritative information on generic names, botanical names, common alternative and trade names, actions, uses, dosages, side effects and adverse reactions, contraindications, precautions, pharmacokinetics, chemical components, and interactions with foods, other herbal products, and with drugs.

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I bought this book yesterday at a CEU for nurses EKG class! Wow! This is great! Info on the herbs an their interactions in a small book the size of the drug books we use. Also in a clear concise manner! I was so excited to get this book! Read full review


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Aconite 5
Aloe 25

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Skidmore-Roth of Skidmore-Roth Associates in Aurora, CO. She is formerly of the Nursing Faculty, New Mexico State University.

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