What the Labels Won't Tell You: A Consumer Guide to Herbal Supplements
Because the use of herbs is not regulated by the FDA, herd supplement companies are not premitted to include dosages or even uses on labels. This book, the only one of it's kind, offers all the information labels leave off. Other topics include establishing an herb regimen, determining dosages based on your age and fitness level, and evaluating the voluminious amount of literature currently available. "What the Labels Won't Tell You," with it's comprensive charts and friendly, accessible format, sheds light on the herb craze as no other book has done before.
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Introduction Living with herbs
Dealing with the law
Decoding the labels
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