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Stockley's Herbal Medicines Interactions

Stockley's Herbal Medicines Interactions is a unique collaboration between a team of experts in the fields of drug interactions, clinical herbal medicines, phytopharmacovigilance and regulation of herbal medicinal products.

It brings together available data on over 190 of the most commonly used herbal medicines, dietary supplements and nutraceuticals in highly structured, rigorously researched, and fully referenced monographs. In addition to the interactions of herbal medicines with conventional medicines, it also explores in detail the interactions of less common, but increasingly popular dietary supplements and nutraceuticals.

How Stockley's Herbal Medicines Interactions will help you

Provides reliable, rigorously researched answers to questions such as:

  • Are the drugs and substances in question known to interact, or is the interaction only theoretical or speculative?
  • If they do interact, how serious is it?
  • Are all patients affected or only a few?
  • Is it best to avoid these two substances altogether, or can the interaction be accommodated in some way?
  • What alternative and safer drugs can be used instead?

Updates

Stockley's Herbal Medicines Interactions is updated quarterly with new monographs and updates to existing monographs as part of a continual revision programme.

Who should use this resource?

  • Healthcare professionals (especially pharmacists)
  • Pharmacy departments
  • Herbal medicines manufacturers
  • Herbal medicines practitioners and pharmacognosists

Key coverage includes:

Around 800 herbal interactions monographs, each including:

  • Nomenclature
  • Fully-indexed synonyms
  • British, European and US pharmacopoeial information
  • Constituents (including standardization information where applicable)
  • Common uses and indications
  • Interaction-specific pharmacokinetics
  • Herbal medicines, dietary supplements and nutraceuticals interactions with conventional medicines
  • Summary of interactions
  • Clinical evidence and/or experimental evidence
  • Importance and management
  • Intuitive rating system based on strength of evidence, severity and management of interaction
  • Comprehensive primary reference list

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