By Volker Schulz (Prof. Dr. med.), Rudolf Hänsel, Varro E. Tyler
This publication is a practice-oriented creation into phytotherapy. Methodically labeled through natural structures and fields of program, it bargains a brief perception into dosage, type of software and results of an important natural treatments. basically these natural treatments which are of pharmacological and medical potency were thought of. The authors are hugely skilled within the box of postgraduate clinical schooling and, with this paintings, current an vital reference ebook for the scientific practice.All practitioners and pharmacists drawn to the remedy with natural treatments must have this e-book at their disposal.
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About 1000 single-herb teas and blends have been approved in Germany (Hiller, 1995). 4. Exotic single-herb teas like those from the traditional medicine of India, China, or South American countries should not be prescribed if at all possible. The pharmacist may be able to procure exotic herbs, but by law he can dispense the tea only if he can guarantee the pharmaceutical quality of the product. Usually these products have not been properly tested, so they cannot be legally dispensed (see also Sect.
Phytotherapy is by no means exempt from these requirements. The qualities of adequate and appropriate pertain mainly to efficacy, which must be supported by proper documentation. The traditional use of herbal remedies, mainly in the form of medicinal teas, generally does not furnish proof of therapeutic efficacy that is adequate by present-day standards. Moreover, in making the change from traditional tea preparations to ready-made products, it is common for manufacturers to reduce dosages to a therapeutically inactive range.
B liamam lidis con. E 1 Hamamelidi. fol. G 1 Absinthii herb. A I, A 2, 3 IiIlefolii herb. 1, C 2 Medicinal Teas Today 29 A typical medicinal tea consists of several herbs; thus, it represents the prototype of a fixed drug combination. It is considered sound pharmaceutical practice to have no more than 4-7 herbs in a blended tea (Wichtl, 1989). Examples of acceptable tea mixtures can be found in pharmacopeias and in the standard approval criteria established by German health authorities. The compositions and formulations of these tea mixtures are given in the special section of this book dealing with specific indications.