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Herbs

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classify herbs as foods, not drugs. However, because many herbs have medicinal values, all who take herbal medications should seek a professional's advice before diagnosing or prescribing for themselves.


Here are three of the worlds most popular herbal products.



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Echinacea

Also known as coneflower, was used by Native Americans for snakebites, mumps, and wounds.

It is said to "boost" the immune system, and it is the most popular herbal remedy sold in the United States.


Ginkgo Biloba

This is oldest known tree, going back two hundred million years.

Ginkgo Biloba is used in Germany and in other European Countries, to improve cognitive functions, like memory and thought.


St. John's Wort

Used in the treatment of melancholia (depression) and madness, this herb was prescribed as antidepressant over the last 20 years in Germany,  more than most prescription antidepressants used in the Unitesd States.