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Herbal Resources Credits: (Traditional Usages, Other Names, Herb Administration and Clinical Herbal Research)
Bartram's Encylopedia of Herbal Medicine, Robinson, London. ISBN 978-1-85487-586-0.
Breverton's Complete Herbal - A book of remarkable plants and their uses. Based on Culpeper's 'The English Physitian and Compleat Herball of 1653. Terry Breverton, Quercus. ISBN 978-0-85738-336-5
Guide to Natural Healing, Geddes & Grosset. ISBN 1-85534-333-9
American Botanical Council: (Member Number CON-56114) www.herbalgram.org
US National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS)
WHO Monographs on Selected Medicinal Plants Vols 1 - 4, 1999  - 2010
The WHO monographs are intended primarily to promote harmonization in the use of herbal medicines with respect to levels of safety, efficacy, and quality control. These aspects of herbal medicines depend greatly on how the individual dosage form is prepared. For this reason, local regulatory authorities, experts, and health workers, as well as the scientific literature, should be consulted to determine whether a specific herbal preparation is appropriate for use in primary health care.
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