Free Book: Herbal Drug Interactions
The Perfect Pocket-Sized Reference Guide For 
The Professional In A Hurry And Layperson!
This Book In A Nutshell
The first vital, low cost, comprehensive, easily referenced, mainstream, professional reference book for pharmacists, nurses, physicians, other health care practitioners and informed consumers.
  • Fits in your pocket: Dimensions of 4.25" x 5.5" for easy accessibility.
  •  Comprehensive: 120 pages with 100+ herbal medicines with drugs tested for interactions.
  •  Volume discounts available: Bulk options available for office or pharmacy.
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The Book:
  •  Pocket size, 4.25” x 5.5”.
  •  HERBS listed A- Z and then DRUGS listed A- Z
  •  Useful web listings and pages for “Notes”
  •  Succinct information – straight to the issue
  •  “Lay – Flat” binding –meaning it can used like
  • a coil bound book.
  •  Decrease the litigation or other risks
The Benefits
  •  Easy to use format, practical and convenient
  •  Herbal usage is main-stream and this vital information is needed.
  •  Customers appreciate the useful handout.
  •  Demonstrates responsible, leadership position.
The Audience
Health care professionals
Chiropractors, compounding pharmacists, health students, health food store retailers, homeopaths, naturopaths, nurses, nursing assistants, pharmacists, pharmacist technicians and physician assistants.

Herbal companies, Naturopathic suppliers, Pharmaceutical companies, Generic Pharmaceutical companies and health food retailers..
Here's What You'll Learn From This Amazing Little Book:
  • Herbal medicines are an integral part of the healthcare and healing practices in many ethnic and cultural communities today. In addition, a growing number of people are turning to herbal medicines when pharmaceutical medicines do not meet their needs. 
  • A problem arises for physicians and pharmacists when they are unaware of herbal medicines that patients are taking, and prescribe pharmaceutical drugs as part of treatment. Unexpected interactions between medicines can occur. Even if the medical professional is aware of the patient’s use of herbal medicines, s/he is not always knowledgeable about the interaction of these two types of medicines.  
  • While a significant number of books and text documents exist which identify medicinal plants and their uses, there is no comprehensive resource tool that compiles information regarding interactions between herbal medicines and pharmaceutical drugs into something as neat and accessible as this book.
  • The existing literature and research on herbal medicine and pharmaceutical drug interactions was compiled and cross-referenced to provide easily accessible information
  • The 100 herbal medicines most commonly used in North America are referenced in the handbook. Interactions are listed in alphabetical order of the herbal medicine. Beside each herbal medicine, classes of drugs for which research has been done are listed.
  • An index of pharmaceutical drugs appearing in the handbook is located at the back of the handbook, so that one can look up potential interactions with only the name of the pharmaceutical drug.
  • Each entry has a footnote that explains the reference source of the information if further information is required. A bibliography of these sources is included at the end of the handbook. 
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