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Tyler S Herbs Of Choice

Author : Dennis V.C. Awang
ISBN : 0789028093
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Does Echinacea fight the common cold? Does St. John’s Wort (SJW) really counteract depression? What about chondroitin for joint health? Today’s healthcare professionals are increasingly confronted with questions from patients who want to use herbal supplements to treat various conditions. A critical and scientific assessment of medicinal plant research by an internationally recognized researcher and writer in the field, Tyler’s Herbs of Choice: The Therapeutic Use of Phytomedicinals, Third Edition combines the scientific aspects of herbal medicine, phytomedicine, and pharmacognosy with the modern clinical trials that support the rationale for using plant products in healthcare. A Decade’s Worth of Updates The original edition of this volume was authored by the late Professor Varro E. Tyler, a true giant in the field of pharmacognosy and pharmacy education. Following in Tyler’s footsteps, Dennis V.C. Awang, co-editor of the journal Phytomedicine, recognized the need for a revised third edition, in light of how quickly the clinical literature surrounding the dietary supplement market is growing. Millions of consumers are demanding natural treatment options from their doctors and pharmacies in a variety of forms, from herbal teas to tinctures and capsules. Tyler’s Herbs of Choice: The Therapeutic Use of Phytomedicinals, Third Edition effectively fosters understanding in patients and practitioners of the role that herbs and phytomedicinal products can play in both self-care and healthcare.


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Herbs Of Choice

Author : Varro E. Tyler
ISBN : UOM:39015026930696
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Provides information about the therapeutic use of herbs and their common preparations.

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ISBN : UCAL:B4924388
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The Abc Clinical Guide To Herbs

Author : Mark Blumenthal
ISBN : UOM:39015056826178
Genre : Medical
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The ABC Clinical Guide to Herbs is a unique reference book and nationally accredited continuing education course for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, dietitians and other healthcare professionals, and will be of great interest to herbalists and consumers. This book contains extensive information on 29 of the most popular herbs sold in the U.S. market today, including which products have shown safe and effective activity in published clinical trials. Each chapter contains a well-referenced, comprehensive therapeutic Monograph, a 2-page Clinical Overview for quick reference, and a 1-page Patient Information Sheet for the health professional to photocopy and give to patients. The ABC Clinical Guide to Herbs also reviews 13 proprietary products used in clinical studies.

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ISBN : 10428216
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Pharmaceutical Education In The Queen City

Author : Michael A Flannery
ISBN : 078901131X
Genre : Medical
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Trace the development of a pioneering college of pharmacy! This fascinating book recounts the history of the first college of pharmacy west of the Alleghenies. Pharmaceutical Education in the Queen City tells the tale from its beginnings as the Cincinnati College of Pharmacy in 1850 to its status as a college of the University of Cincinnati and into the twenty-first century. Through the specific history of the school, its founders, and its dedicated faculty and students, the remarkable progress of pharmacy as a profession is mirrored here. In the mid-nineteenth century, most aspiring pharmacists in the United States had to apprentice themselves to practicing druggists. Though a formal school had already been established in Philadelphia, followed by schools in the other large eastern cities, young men in the West who wanted to learn the profession faced great difficulties. Few pharmacists had any formal training in chemistry, anatomy, or other sciences, and they could not teach what they did not themselves know. Pharmaceutical Education in the Queen City discusses the fascinating facts of pharmacy history, including: the influence of German settlers on pharmacy standards the reasons nineteenth-century women faced less opposition in becoming pharmacists than in becoming doctors how admissions standards changed as high school diplomas and college degrees became more widespread how colleges of pharmacy met the emergency demands of World War I and World War II the effects of high technology on pharmacy education Pharmaceutical Education in the Queen City offers a fresh look at the history of pharmacy education in the United States as well as in Cincinnati. Well researched and entertainingly written, this book will help you appreciate the rapid changes in the profession of pharmacy.

The Health Professional S Guide To Popular Dietary Supplements

Author : Allison Sarubin
ISBN : UOM:39015053769157
Genre : Compléments alimentaires - Guides, manuels, etc
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A tool to familiarize health professionals with dietary supplements. Each entry includes a brief overview of the supplement, media and marketing claims, food sources, dosage information and bioavailability, relevant research, safety considerations, a summary and references.

American Book Publishing Record

Author : Bowker Staff
ISBN : 0835240851
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Stedman S Alternative Medicine Words

Author : Thomas Lathrop Stedman
ISBN : UOM:39015048517638
Genre : Medical
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ntroducing an all new, cutting edge reference on the fastest growing form of medical treatment - alternative medicine. Stedman's Alternative Medicine Words is sure to be a hit among those who work daily with the terms associated with this branch of medicine. This uniquely crafted reference draws its content from several well-respected textbooks in the field, such as Greenman's Principles of Manual Medicine, Jonas's Essentials of Complementary & Alternative Medicine and Blumenthal's Therapeutic Guide to Herbal Medicines--The Complete German Commission E Monographs . In addition, this reference offers value-added appendices, including illustrations and sample cases. The information contained in this reference is based on the following categories: Medical Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, Osteopathy, Herbs, Massage & Body Works, Traditional Chinese Medicine & Complementary Therapies, Native American Medicine, Tibetan Medicine, Chiropractic Medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine, Holistic Nursing, Spiritual Healing, Qigong, Biofeedback Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Behavioral Medicine, Orthomolecular Medicine and Megavitamin Therapy, Nutritional Biotherapy, and Medication and Mindfulness.

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