q Herbs and Natural Supplements, 4th Edition: An evidence-based guide qis an authoritative, evidence-based reference. This two-volume resource is essential to the safe and effective use of herbal, nutritional and food supplements. The second volume provides current, evidence-based monographs on the 132 most popular herbs, nutrients and food supplements. Organised alphabetically, each monograph includes daily intake, main actions and indications, adverse reactions, contraindications and precautions, safety in pregnancy and more.Recommended by the Pharmacy Board of Australia as an evidence-based reference works (print) that pharmacists are meant to have access to when dispensingContributed content from naturopaths, GPs, pharmacists, and herbalists Useful in a clinical setting as well as a reference book.It provides up-to-date evidence on the latest research impacting on herbal and natural medicine by top leaders in Australia within the fields of Pharmacy, Herbal Medicine and Natural MedicineAn Evidence-Based Guide Lesley Braun, Marc Cohen ... In aquatic environments, inorganic mercury, either naturally occurring or as an industrial byproduct (e.g. coal-fired power ... These higher levels are attributed most consistently with use of contaminated feed (Domingo aamp; Bocio 2007, DA³rea 2006, Easton et al 2002, Jacobs et al 2002, Melanson et al 2005). ... that levels in all fish oil products had increased dramatically in brands tested 8 years previously (Jacobs et al 1998, 2004).
|Title||:||Herbs and Natural Supplements, Volume 2|
|Author||:||Lesley Braun, Marc Cohen|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2015-03-30|