'Eminently suitable for the general practitioner. . .offers accurate information and a vital background in herb safety, standardization, regulation and lack of regulation, rational phytotherapy, and evidence-based medicine.' --Medicine Weekly'Good explanations of the current regulatory and legal status of herbs in the US. . .the clinical trial summary tables do a good job of providing useful information in a succinct manner. . .the text is useful for information on common herbal products and provides good quality information. This text would serve as a useful addition to a medical library or a practitioner's collection.' --The Annals of Pharmacotherapy'A detailed review of relevant therapeutic and clinical data concerning some of the most frequently used medicinal herbs and other preparations that patients are likely to take. . .urgently needed benchmark that is a must for clinicians, researchers, and laypersons.' --Majors Scientific Book Report'Extensive information on 29 of the most popular herbs. . .well-referenced, comprehensive. . .' --Creations Magazine'The ultimate resource for information about each of the twenty-nine most frequently used herbs. . .a valuable book for the lay person as well as the clinician at a time when alternative medicines are being widely discussed.' --Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas'Easy-to-use format enables rapid searchinf for pertinent information on a specific herb. The tables summarizing research studies are an excellent reference source and provide rapid access to clinical data.' --American College of PhysiciansMeticulous, well organized, definitive, practical are the words that come to mind on reading [this book] . . . There is something in this superb volume for anyone that uses or prescribes botanicals. . . . Promises to serve as the standard on herbs . . . It deserves a place on your bookshelf and in your office. - Integrative Health CareThis book is a worthy addition to the library of any medical practitioner. The content for each herb is complete. [This book] sets an excellent example for prospective texts. --Medical AcupunctureRezension:
'Eminently suitable for the general practitioner. . .offers accurate information and a vital background in herb safety, standardization, regulation and lack of regulation, rational phytotherapy, and evidence-based medicine.' --Medicine Weekly'Good expl
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