About Herbal Medicine

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ARUNANGSHU Says:


Please don't rely on any herbal medicine bluntly. Because these are not totally proven by pharmacologist or actual modern researchers. Basically herbal medicine are prepared on myth and are sold to utilize men's faith on herbal products. Some people believe chemicals used in medicine are harmful and herbal products are safe. But you should know every herb consists of some chemical. Moreover some local herbal products do not have licenses and may endanger your life. So it is good for every man to know how this type of medicine works. Herbal medicine manufacturers claim many things; some promise to cure severe disease which is practically impossible like Diabetes, Arthritis and even Cancer. Actually, those manufacturers exploit innocent people for making huge profits. Recently, herbal libido enhancing and oral contraceptive medicine are widely sold in the market. Particularly, herbal libido enhancers are very risky, because some manufacturers use some drugs beyond specified doses. Finally, it is advised that before using any herbal medicine, you should talk to a registered medical practitioner and if he prescribes, ask him about the reliability of the medicine and how it works.



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