“Flawed” St. John’s Wort Study Looks At Unknown Use Of Herb – AHPA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A recently published study on St. John's wort as a treatment for children with ADHD was marked by faulty criteria and addressed a use of the product not advertised by manufacturers, according to the American Herbal Products Association
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