botanical medicine

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Synonyms for botanical medicine

the use of plants or plant extracts for medicinal purposes (especially plants that are not part of the normal diet)

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adaptogenic botanical medicines (beyond the scope of this discussion)
He was also directly involved in the review process of the 2 Botanical Medicines approved by FDA in the last 10 years.
To take a medical geographic "snapshot" of medical cannabis delivery at a particular place, the study used basic methodologies such as questionnaire, interview, and observation to follow the geographic arc of a selected clonal batch of cannabis botanical medicine at a purposefully chosen urban medical cannabis dispensary that delivers locally produced medicine to verified qualifying patients in Washington State.
Vinson B'Development of Iberogast: Clinical Evidence for Multicomponent Herbal Mixtures' cited in Botanical Medicine from Bench to Bedside, Eds.
I see radical changes when my botanical medicine students take classes learning how to care deeply for self and family--from herb and food gardens to homegrown apothecaries--they begin to feel very secure and healthful.
offers a range of holistic health care services, from homeopathy and botanical medicine to diet and lifestyle counseling.
Part 1 seeks to clarify the role of botanical medicine in complementary and integrative healing before explaining where it sits in a historical context.
They focus on clinical subjects, including pharmacology, botanical medicine, homeopathy, nutrition, minor surgery and musculoskeletal manipulation, he said.
In 2001 she enrolled in classes at the Educational Center for Botanical Medicine in Phoenix.
Clinical experience has told most practitioners who work with botanical medicine that a variety of plant extracts traditionally used to reduce URI-related cough severity and frequency do help.
116) betrays a lack of knowledge about botanical medicine.
Students spend an extra year in residency, during which they take a 1,000-hour online course that addresses a variety of integrative medicine topics, such as botanical medicine, manipulative therapy, and energy healing.
Patients who inquire about naturopathy will want to know that clinical tools typically include nutrition evaluation and dietary revision, counseling for lifestyle modification, botanical medicine, homeopathy, physical medicine, and mind-body therapies.
In contrast, according to Scalzo, "A lot of the pre-clinical research on botanical medicine is done through in-vitro studies, and if no toxicity is found, human trials can occur.