Herbal Medicine: Expanded Commission E Monographs, Volume 534
Integrative Medicine Communications, 2000 - Herbs - 519 pages
Each herb monograph contains a color photograph, common name, pharmacopeial name, other names, an overview of the herb (including history, distribution, cultivation, and safety issues), description, chemistry and pharmacology, contraindications, side effects, use during pregnancy and lactation, interactions with other drugs, dosage and administration, and references.
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acid American Botanical Council bark black cohosh Bradley Braun British Herbal Medicine British Herbal Pharmacopoeia Bruneton Budavari Chemistry and Pharmacology Commission E approved Commission E reported Complete German Commission Contraindications Crataegus Deutscher Apotheker Verlag Dosage and Administration dosage for equivalent Dosage sections double-blind dried Echinacea Purpurea Ephedra equivalent preparations tea ESCOP essential oil extract flavonoids flower Fluidextract 1:1 g/ml g per day garlic German Commission E Ginkgo biloba ginseng Guide to Herbal Hänsel herb Herbal Medicine Association Herbal Medicines Karnick Kava Klein and R.S. leaf Leung and Foster Medicinal Plants Meyer-Buchtela ml Tincture 1:5 monograph Newall patients Pharmacognosy Pharmacology Pharmacopeial Name Pharmacopoeia Phytochem placebo preparations tea infusion R.S. Ris R.S. Rister trans rhizome root senna Side Effects silymarin Stuttgart tea infusion therapeutic three times daily tincture Tincture 1:5 g/ml tion treatment United States Pharmacopeia Unless otherwise prescribed volatile oil W.R. Busse water Fluidextract 1:1 Wichtl and Bisset