Michael Thomsen Blog
Research of Natural Health Products is Lacking – Right?
In conclusion, perhaps it isn't the research that is lacking but that scientifically researched products are difficult to identify in the marketplace. And why not adopt a global standard for consumers and health professionals to inform choice and help people find Natural Health Products with specific evidence?
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Book Review: Phytotherapy Desk Reference
Reviewed by Mim Beim
My original copy of Michael Thomsen’s Phytotherapy Desk Reference is herb-stained and dog-eared. So it was with much excitement that I received the latest edition of this little gem.
The book, as with the previous editions, has been designed not as an exhaustive materia medica but rather as a desk reference for the busy herbalist. It contains short, precise descriptions of 236 of the most commonly used herbs in Australia and New Zealand.
The extensively revised and updated 5th edition of the Phytotherapy Desk Reference
Phytotherapy Desk Reference 5th Edition ISBN: 978-0-646-82443-7 Soft-cover, spiral bound. 200 pages. 233 Monographs.