Phytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Evidence-Based and Potentially Useful Botanicals in the Treatment of Cfs

Phytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Evidence-Based and Potentially Useful Botanicals in the Treatment of Cfs[Reading] ➽ Phytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Evidence-Based and Potentially Useful Botanicals in the Treatment of Cfs ➳ Roberto Patarca Montero – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Make use of botanical options in the treatment of CFSHerbal therapy has gained widespread recognition in the world of health care Herbal derivatives including aspirin reserpine and digitalis are mains Make use of botanical Chronic Fatigue Epub Ü options in the treatment of CFSHerbal therapy has gained widespread recognition in the world of health care Herbal derivatives including aspirin reserpine and digitalis are mainstays of human pharmacology Now for the first time Phytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Evidence Based and Potentially Useful Botanicals in the Treatment of CFS presents information about the uses of herbal medications for the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome and it does so Phytotherapy of Kindle - in language accessible to a broad audience This vital up to date work discusses the potential and proven CFS related benefits and adverse effects of well known botanicals such as echinacea gingko ginseng St John's wort and garlic as well as many lesser known herbs such as erkang and hedgehog hydnumPhytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome summarizes the knowledge and experience garnered from published case reports randomized controlled trials and meta analyses on the use of Chronic Fatigue MOBI ò of herbal medicine emphasizing the herbs most often used in the treatment of fatigue chronic fatigue syndrome and related disorders of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Evidence-Based Kindle - Potential applications and pharmacological interactions of herbal products that have not been subjected to clinical trials for the treatment of fatigue are also addressedPhytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome thoroughly discusses the effects of various botanicals on CFS related aspects of the following specialtiesAllergyImmunologyCardiologyEndocrinologyGastroenterologyHepatologyInfectious DiseasesOncologyNeurologyPsychiatryPhytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is written in the spirit of of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Evidence-Based Kindle - the collegial responsibility that compels the members of the professional health care community nurses doctors pharmacists and social workers to inform each other and their patients about herbs including their potential risks possible benefits and antidotes for overdose Extensive reference notes are included. In spite of its title this brief overview of botanical treatments does not for the most part cite evidence based research that has specific bearing on CFS Rather Patarca Montero limits himself to botanicals that might potentially have an effect on CFS symptoms Given the range and breadth of CFS related symptoms potential treatments could theoretically encompass nearly all botanicals Not surprisingly given the lack of funding dedicated to CFS research the overwhelming majority of studies Patarca Montero cites concern other diseases and conditions cancer diabetes arthritis Alzheimer's heart disease hepatitis and so forthPatarca Montero begins the book with a short introduction explaining some of the pitfalls of herbal treatment lack of standardization in herbal preparations the use of multiple herb combinations in a single treatment the presence of contaminants and possible unforeseen interactions between the complex components of botanicals What Patarca does not mention but should have is that because of the multiple immune system abnormalities found in CFS patients none of the herbs mentioned in this book will have predictable effects As with pharmaceuticals a CFS patient may respond to botanicals with paradoxical reactions; a calming herb may produce a bout of hyperactivity and insomnia an immune system regulator may produce anaphylaxis The truth is that even well constructed scientific studies are fairly useless as a guide to treatment unless the focus of the investigation is CFS itselfBy far the most useful part of this book lies not in the text but in the Notes section With his usual thoroughness Patarca Montero has cited a plethora of articles 434 to be precise If you are reading this monograph to secure a greater understanding of the effects of botanicals in vitro or upon rats or on various other illnesses then the Notes section will provide you with a valuable resource However if you are looking for useful herbal remedies for CFS you had best look elsewhere

Phytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Evidence-Based
  • Hardcover
  • 94 pages
  • Phytotherapy of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Evidence-Based and Potentially Useful Botanicals in the Treatment of Cfs
  • Roberto Patarca Montero
  • English
  • 14 March 2015
  • 9780789009081