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By Herbals, I mean non-prescription substances. This allows:

  • individuals to self-treat
  • get treatment with non-cooperative MDs or Insurance companies
  • take a 'more acceptable philosophical' approach to treatment.

Herbals can never been assumed to be safe always. Many of them will:

  • cause life threatening problems if taken in higher dosages
  • interact with other herbals (in good and bad ways)
  • have side-effects worse than some prescription drugs

It is essential that you know the risks of each herbal before you start using it, as well as knowing what you expect from it (and make sure this is a known result for this herbal).
 

Remember: Many prescription drugs originated as extracts from herbs!

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