This is an expertly
written book designed as a reference to help you quickly
identify over 235 drugs, their purpose, and natural
alternatives for each. It is extremely useful, very well-organized,
easy-to-read, and provides very practical yet surprisingly
thorough information every
natural health professional and family caretaker should have
within arms reach of their desk chair.
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This wonderfully organized book provides
a way for you to quickly:
- Look up over
230 drugs by name or function,
- Find an herb or nutritional supplement
similar in function, and
- Provide specific
information to your client or loved one about why
the specified supplement has a similar effect.
Because of the highly organized nature of
this book, you will find yourself understanding
and easily memorizing the many classes of drugs, their
common names and their related functions.
Each chapter is titled after a drug
categorysuch as Antidepressants or Asthma Medicationsand
contains a detailed description
of the classification of the drug. Chapter_Titles also include:
- A list
of drugs in the same category along with their scientific
names and details about them,
- A list of common
side-effects for the class of drugs,
- A list of natural
alternatives along with a brief description of how
each one works,
- A section on interactions
between the specified drugs and alternatives,
- And a section containing special
considerationsthings you should know when working
with those using or considering using the specified drugs.
This book is referenced
and contains a comprehensive
index that allows you to look up drugs by their common
name and scientific name. Natural supplements are also listed
by their both their common and scientific names.
quality information at your fingertips... that's what
gives you the edge to help
your clients, friends and family change their lives.
We offer this fantastic reference because we believe every
health professional and caretaker will benefit from
the very first time they open it.
Includes a forward by Dr. Jerry L. McLaughlin,
Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of Pharmacognosy, Purdue University.