- n tea-like drink made of leaves of various herbs
- a of or relating to herbs
herbal tea, herbal medicine
- Taking an herbal supplement can sometimes do more harm than it does good.
- Under its terms, "dietary supplements," which include herbal substances like ephedra, can be marketed freely, with little Federal regulation, unless the Food and Drug .
- A herbal liver remedy proves deadly Acupuncture It's hard to pinpoint what makes needles work Strange Brew Are herbal soups really good for you?.
- Kyriacos Costa Nicolaou in Biology News Net (press release)
It is estimated that the global market for traditional and herbal medicines is worth $62 billion, of which China's share is $19 billion. India still has a long way to go to increase its share and the establishment of the pharmacopoeia commission... Ambika Soni http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambika_Soni&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHqgp9Lc-lxKN8YSH7Q3Ab1gO17Gg The Hindu http://www.google.com/url?q=http://beta.thehindu.com/news/national/article428993.ece&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHk_H5DLaSjpCdyS--v9D8qLaFUvg May 13, 2010
46695 63435 herbal The difference from herbal medicine is that chemists are talking about pure active ingredients, precisely defined at the molecular level, as opposed to crude, multi-component mixtures of compounds contained in herbal medicines," said Nicolaou.
- Martin Yan in Chicago Tribune
The ancient Chinese believed the number five had curative powers, and ...... [five-spice powder] probably began as an herbal medicine,Martin Yan writes in his "Culinary Journeys Through China."