This book is a practice-oriented introduction to phytotherapy. Methodically classified by organic systems and fields of application, it offers a quick insight into dosage, form of application and effects of the most important herbal remedies. Only those herbal remedies that are of pharmacological and clinical efficiency have been considered. The authors are highly experienced in the field of postgraduate medical education, and, with this work, present an indispensable reference book for the medical practice. All practitioners and pharmacists interested in treatment with herbal remedies should have this book at their disposal.A Reference Guide for Physicians and Pharmacists Volker Schulz, Rudolf HAcnsel , Mark Blumenthal, V. E. Tyler. 2.4.1 .3 Key Compounds, Analysis, and Pharmacokinetics The dried root contains, on average, 0.5-2 % volatile oil. ... Another study in mice was performed with a#39;^-labeled baldrianal/homobaldrianal, which apparently is absorbed well but is subject ... Later studies in rats showed that valepotriates exerted no central nervous system effects in either low or high doses (up to 50anbsp;...
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