Adverse Effects of Herbal Drugs 2 by Peter A. G. M. De Smet (auth.), Dr. Peter A. G. M. De Smet,

By Peter A. G. M. De Smet (auth.), Dr. Peter A. G. M. De Smet, Dr. Konstantin Keller, Prof. Dr. Rudolf Hänsel, Prof. Dr. R. Frank Chandler (eds.)

Although plenty of books were released approximately natural treatment, a complete evaluation of the adversarial results of botanical medications isn't really on hand. but such an summary is improperly wanted, due to the huge, immense upward push within the use of natural treatments. The publication sequence will supply nearly one hundred fifty monographs on natural treatments and plant-derived medications. each one monograph will supply introductory info on Botany, Chemistry, Pharmacology and makes use of, by way of an adversarial response Profile subdivided in response to organ and serve as. the realm overall healthiness association local workplace for Europe (Copenhagen) has determined to help the e-book within the type of an acknowledgement that it's been preparedin cooperation with this Office.

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No CI, AE, I. 84]. SZ: Herb permitted as herbal tea. CI: GI-u1cer. No AE, I. Beware of the toxicity of high doses. FR: Leaf and flowering top permitted for oral use (toxicological categories pd:2 ht/ae/wa:1 sa/ti:2). SW: Classified as a drug, which must normally be registered as pharmaceutical speciality. Legislatory Outlook on the Safety of Herbal Remedies 23 Artemisia dracunculus L. VN: Tarragon (E). Esdragon (G). Estragon (F). FR: Aerial parts permitted for oral use (toxicological categories pd:1 htl ae/wa:1 sa/ti:1).

KE: Bark permitted for oral use. CI: hypersensitivity to cinnamon or Peruviuan balsam; pregnancy. AE: often allergic reactions of skin and mucosae. 90]. Flower not permitted for therapeutic use. Usefulness is not documented adequately. The flower can be used to correct taste, however. CI: Hypersensitivity to cinnamon or Peruvian balsam, pregnancy. 92]. M. De Smet FR: Stem bark permitted for oral use (toxicological categories pd:l ht/ael wa:l sa/ti:l). ) Siebold VN: Camphor tree (E). Kampferbaum (G).

CI: biliary obstruction. 90]. SZ: Permitted as herbal tea (Ruhrkrautbliiten). No CI, AE, I. SW: Classified as natural product. Herniaria glabra L. VN: Flax weed; (Glabrous) rupture wort; (E). Kahles Bruchkraut (G). Herniaire glabre (F). KE: Herb not permitted for therapeutic use. Usefulness is not documented adequately. 86]. AS: Herniaria hirsuta L. [KE]. Hibiscus sabdariffa L. VN: Red sorrel (E). Hibiscus; Karkade (G). Carcade; Karkade (F). KE: Flower not permitted for therapeutic use. Usefulness is not documented adequately.

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