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April 2013

Journal of Herbal Medicine: New Issue

The latest issue of the Journal of Herbal Medicine is now available online.

This peer-reviewed journal is the official journal of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists and aims to provide an authoritative resource on the profession, practice, and applications of herbal and botanical medicine.

The new issue features the following articles:

Alleviation of diabetes induced dyslipidemia by Lagenaria siceraria fruit extract in human type 2 diabetes, by Charu Katare, Sonali Saxena, Supriya Agrawal, et al.

Stinging nettles leaf (Urtica dioica L.): Extraordinary vegetable medicine, by Roy Upton.

Adulteration of products sold as Chinese Herbal medicines for weight loss with thyroid hormones and PCP, by M. Khazan, M. Hedayati, S. Askari, et al.

To subscribe to the journal, please visit http://www.nimh.org.uk.

References

  1. Journal of Herbal Medicine. http://www.nimh.org.uk
  2. Natural Standard: The Authority on Integrative Medicine. www.naturalstandard.com
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