Corpus ID: 20210787

[The safety of herbal medicines in the psychiatric practice].

  title={[The safety of herbal medicines in the psychiatric practice].},
  author={T. Boniel and P. Dannon},
  volume={140 8},
          780-3, 805
  • T. Boniel, P. Dannon
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine
  • Harefuah
  • The use of alternative medicines is increasing world-wide and in Israel. These drugs, considered by the Ministry of Health as food supplements, are to be obtained at pharmacies and health stores and are being sold freely, without any professional advice. Many of the herbs are used by patients to treat psychiatric disorders. These herbs have a pharmacological activity, adverse effects and interactions with conventional drugs, which can produce changes in mood, cognition, and behavior. We present… CONTINUE READING
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