You are using non-medicinal herbal medicines because they don’t have any benefits.
They may help with pain or fever.
But, in most cases they’re not going to help you recover from a medical condition.
So, you need to make sure you understand the side effects and what you’re getting and make sure it’s not going on your system and causing any harm.
If you’re using herbal medicine and it’s causing you problems, you should tell your doctor.
It may be a good idea to consult a physician before using any herbal medicine or supplement.
Noni herbal drugs include: melatonin, melatonin tablets, melpomene, melatrem, melnivol, methyl salicylate, melanostemol, melinthe, melvita, melveo-methyl salic, melvo-methyl, melu-methyl.
They are sold over-the-counter.
Non-medication drugs may include: amyl nitrate, melphalan, melamine, polysorbate 80, trisodium phosphate, chlorpyrifos, phenoxyethanol, chloramphenicol, acetyl chloride, ethylene glycol, sodium benzoate, sodium borate, sodium chloride, sodium carbonate, potassium chloride, magnesium stearate, thiamine mononitrate, thiazolidinediones, thiobarbituric acid, zinc sulfate, calcium carbonate.
You should only use herbal medicines if they’re prescribed by a doctor.
If your doctor is not prescribing you a medicine, tell your pharmacist.
Ask the pharmacist for a prescription.
You can ask your pharmaceutically licensed health care practitioner for a list of herbal medicines and if you have any questions about the ingredients.
If using herbal medicines, you may want to read up on what they’re supposed to do and what they don