Herbal Supplements: Efficacy, Toxicity, Interactions with Western Drugs, and Effects on Clinical Laboratory Tests


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This book focuses on efficacy, toxicity, drug interactions, and abnormal clinical laboratory tests resulting from the use of herbal remedies. Although a few herbal remedies are safe and have efficacy (for example saw palmetto), many herbal remedies are toxic. This book guides in the interpretation of abnormal test results in otherwise healthy subjects due to use of herbal remedies. Chapters focus on interactions between herbals and pharmaceuticals, sources of contamination in herbal supplements, and analytical techniques used in the investigation of herbal remedies.

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  1. I bought the book in the Kindle version, as I had specific herbs to research, and didn’t want to wait to have the book shipped. The book looks very thorough, but I was worried when I read that the Kindle version of books published by Wiley might not have the full text of the print version. The sample that I downloaded seemed to have everything I needed, so I purchased the book. I was disappointed to find that there was no way to jump to the alphabetical index in the back, and when I went there…

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