Rational Phytotherapy: A Physician's Guide to Herbal Medicine

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Medical - 383 pages
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This book is a practice-oriented introduction into phytotherapy. Methodically classified by organic systems and fields of application, it offers a quick insight into dosage, form of application and effects of the most important herbal remedies. Only those herbal remedies that are of pharmacological and clinical efficiency have been considered. The authors are highly experienced in the field of postgraduate medical education and, with this work, present an indispensable reference book for the medical practice.All practitioners and pharmacists interested in the treatment with herbal remedies should have this book at their disposal.
 

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Contents

Table of Contents
1
5
7
Central Nervous System
41
and Contraindications
70
2
88
128
91
129
104
Cardiovascular System
107
Indications Dosages and Contraindications
230
Pectins
236
6
265
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
280
Gynecologic Indications for Herbal Remedies
285
Skin Trauma Rheumatism and Pain
299
5
306
Agents that Increase Resistance to Diseases
331

3
137
225
152
4
158
Respiratory System
169
4
171
Digestive System
203
Bloating and Flatulence
218
Drug Products
224
146
354
Appendix
357
Saw Palmetto Berries
359
Pumpkin Seeds
366
Subject Index
369
147
374
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