HERBAL SUPPLEMENTS & MEDICINAL HERBS

DESCRIPTION

Herbal medicine is the study of pharmacognosy and the use of medicinal plants, which are a basis of traditional medicine. There is limited scientific evidence for the safety and efficacy of plants used in 21st century herbalism, which generally does not provide standards for purity or dosage. Herbal medicine is the study of pharmacognosy and the use of medicinal plants, which are a basis of traditional medicine. There is limited scientific evidence for the safety and efficacy of plants used in 21st century herbalism, which generally does not provide standards for purity or dosage. 


Chemical/Chromatography testing of herbal actives for concentration and potency.


Microbiological analysis for the levels of microbial contamination.

Nutritional analysis for protein ,fat, fibre, carbohydrates and energy.

Example; Turmeric, Curcumin, Ginger, Cinnamon, Sage, Cumin, Milk Thistle and many others.

Whereas conventional medicine now tries to use only the active ingredient of a plant, herbal remedies use the whole plant. Herbalists argue that the mixture of chemicals in the whole plant work together to give a better effect (called synergy) than a single active ingredient.

Herbal medicines are generally considered to be safe and effective agents. Therefore, people more and more turn to herbal medicine because they believe that plant remedies are free from undesirable side effects. However, medicinal plants can be toxic intrinsically or when taken in combination with other preparations.


The forms of herbal products include:


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