PDR for Herbal Medicines
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
First edition of herbals reference book to be available in December or January from Medical Economics, publisher of Physicians Desk Reference and PDR for Nonprescription Drugs. The new reference guide will cover over 600 herbal remedies, including information on scientific and common names, pharmacological effects, indications and usage, warnings and contraindications, adverse reactions, dosage recommendations and literature citations. Sources of information provided in the guide are Germany's Commission E and botanist Jorg Gruenwald, PhD, PhytoPharm Consulting. The inaugural 1999 edition will sell for $59.95...
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