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What is the difference between herbal and conventional medicine?

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March 11, 2020 10:59AM

In spite of the fact that the clinical proof accessible may vary from that for regular drugs, for some natural meds there is presently a sound premise of proof. In particular, the fundamental contrast between herbal medicine and conventional medicine is that home grown meds each contain a blend of synthetic concoctions, rather than a solitary pharmacologic partner dynamic substance. Natural drugs may likewise be utilized in an assorted variety of ways: they are endorsed by cultivators, frequently as a feature of a treatment (which makes claims for being all encompassing); and they are generally accessible as OTC items for self medicine, or after discussion with a pharmacist.

In any case, this distinction between

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January 11, 2009 1:54PM

The essential difference is that conventional medicine rests on

clinical trials of medications and other scientific tests, whereas

herbal medicine relies on traditional knowledge of plants and their

uses rather than what can be proven by modern science.

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