HERBAL MEDICINE FROM A WESTERN POINT OF VIEW
Herbal remedies have become a major factor in American health care. Botanicals like Ginseng, Ma Huang, St. John's Wort, and Valerian are now household words throughout the world. Since many of these natural drugs are sold over the counter, often consumers mistakenly assume that they are completely safe. However, serious adverse effects sometimes occur, especially when taken in conjunction with prescription drugs.
Conversely, pharmacists, pharmacologists, and physicians are more hesitant to accept the beneficial effects of herbal drugs without seeing scientific evidence. The Pharmacodynamic Basis of Herbal Medicine provides this evidence and addresses other important issues in a clear, easy-to-understand manner. It breaks down herbal medications to their molecular level to show how they bring about both their healing benefits and their side effects.
MEDICINAL HERBS ALSO HAVE A USEFULNESS BEYOND WHAT THEIR OVER-THE-COUNTER FORMS PROVIDE.
Pharmacodynamic Basis of Herbal Medicine gives you a better understanding of how natural products:
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Ebadi; Manuchair University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA,Review:
"I was impressed by the scope and presentation of the material and would recommend it to anyone who wanted a good overall introduction to the pharmacology of herbs and plants" - Peter L. Bonate, Pharmaceutical Research, October 2002 "offers a balanced approach that spans the gap between the hype in many popular herb books and the wariness of most scientific textsVery helpful diagrams with charts explaining physiological actions accompany almost every section." - American Herb Association, December 2002 "The author is well qualified to undertake such a challenging and important task to bridge the knowledge gap for herbal medicines by providing pharmacodynamic information that is currently available. useful for both students of allopathic and traditional medicine." - Grace M. Kuo, PharmD, The Annals of Pharmacology, February 2003 "Ebadi successfully catalogs and describes the most important of alternative health care practices in use today. The content is often part folklore, tradition, or legend in addition to detailed scientific hypotheses and facts regarding the active constituents and mechanism(s) of action. One might expect the cover of this book to become well worn due to the number of people that would browse its pages. In that regard, the book is recommended for all readers desiring a general source of information about herbal medications. All levels." - P.W. Baures, Kansas State University, in CHOICE
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