Table of Contentsn n Chapter 1: Ma Huangn Steven B. Karchn n Chapter 2: Kavan Douglas D. Glovern n Chapter 3: Ginkgo biloban Timothy S. Tracyn n Chapter 4: Valeriann Brian J. Isettsn n Chapter 5: St. John's Wortn Dean Filandrinosn n Chapter 6: Echinacean Daniel Berkner and Leo Siorisn n Chapter 7: Feverfewn Rick Kingstonn n Chapter 8: Garlicn Leslie Helou and Ila M. Harrisn n Chapter 9: Gingern Douglas D, Glovern n Chapter 10: Saw Palmetton Timothy S. Tracyn n Chapter 11: Panax Ginsengn Timothy S, Tracyn n Chapter 12: Cranberryn Timothy S Tracyn n Chapter 13: Hawthornn Timothy S. Tracyn n Chapter 14: Evening Primrosen Margaret Artzn n Chapter 15: Citrus aurantiumn Anders Westanmon n Chapter 16: Vitex agnus-castusn Margaret Artzn n Chapter 17: Billberryn Timothy S. Tracy
Herbal Products: Toxicology and Clinical Pharmacology, Second Edition builds on the informative foundation laid by its predecessor. This fully revised and expanded second edition boasts more than 200 new references that document efficacy studies and adverse effects and four new chapters devoted to dietary products. Practitioners and researchers will find that this volume is a comprehensive resource for objective clinical information.
Extensive objective reporting of clinical studies of efficacy and safety of herbal products
Pharmacokinetic data, including absorption, tissue distribution, elimination, and body fluid concentration
Separate sections for each herbal product on potential interactions and considerations for reproductive-aged women
Methods of chemical and biofluid analysis
Thoughtful and accurate discussions of the regulatory status of each product