Gynecologic Indications for Herbal Remedies

@inproceedings{Schulz1998GynecologicIF,
  title={Gynecologic Indications for Herbal Remedies},
  author={V. Schulz and R. H{\"a}nsel and V. Tyler},
  year={1998}
}
Herbal remedies cover a small but very important range of indications in the treatment of gynecologic diseases and functional disorders. They are used principally in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), dysmenorrhea, and menopausal complaints in cases where stronger-acting drugs are not indicated or are declined by the patient. Two medicinal plants stand out in the frequency with which they are prescribed for gynecologic complaints: chasteberries (used chiefly for PMS) and black cohosh… Expand
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