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Please do not request medical advice for health issues.

I am not a doctor or health care professional.

The information on this web site is meant to be educational and not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any diseases.

Just because herbs are natural substances doesn't mean that they can be used indiscriminately. Herbs can be strong medicine. Before trying any herbal remedy, be sure that you know what it does, how it is used, and any possible side effects. Never exceed the recommended dose.

Pregnant women should take herbs only under the direction of a knowledgeable physician or midwife. Parents should check with a qualified health care practitioner before giving herbs to children.

The information given on this site is for educational purposes only. Used as a reference; not as a means of diagnosis and/or treatment, it can act as a guide, but only with the cooperation and advice of medical supervision. It is not within the scope of any collection of information to perform the medical duties of the health care profession.

Some people think that herbal tea is good, simply because it is a natural product. Everyone knows that a great many modern day medications originated from herbs. Even aspirin was originally discovered from willow tea. The herbs in herbal teas should be known and checked against any medication, whether by prescription or over-the-counter, for compatibility and/or side effects. Sometimes taking herbal tea indiscriminately can cause unwanted or unnecessary conditions.