What was your last dose of medicine?
Was it worth the price?
This is the question many people ask themselves when they are unable to get an answer.
But many herbal medicine providers are concerned about a potential rise in the use of herbal medicine by those unable to afford it.
A survey by Health Canada found that almost half of those surveyed were currently taking their medicines at home and only 15 per cent of people were able to get a prescription.
The survey also revealed that nearly half of people in Canada had experienced adverse events after taking herbal medicines.
Some experts have suggested that herbal medicines may be causing a rise in hospital admissions in Canada, particularly for people with chronic illnesses.
Dr. Peter Csikas, a professor of medicine at the University of Alberta, has also pointed to a link between the herbal medicines and an increased number of serious and life-threatening health conditions in some countries.
Dr. Csiskas, who is a registered nurse and physician in Canada who also writes for The Globe and Mail, said that some herbal medicines are used to treat conditions such as Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and inflammatory bowel disease, and others are used for other conditions such in asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
He said that these drugs are used in many different ways.
“The different formulations of these medications vary widely, so the different people who are using them may have different outcomes,” he said.
“So for example, some people may have a more severe effect on asthma, others may have more severe effects, but still other people may not have a severe effect.”
Dr. Pauline Tyszkiewicz, a geriatrician in Ottawa, said herbal medicines can be used to improve overall health, but that some people are not receiving the optimal dose.
She said some herbal products contain higher levels of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that are important for health, and some of these supplements can be more effective for some people.
But she added that it’s important to take a holistic approach to taking the medicine.
Herbal medicine is generally a safe option for people who have a chronic illness.
But Dr. Tyskiewicz said herbal medicine has a long history of use in Canada.
Since the 1970s, she said, herbal medicines have been used to help people in other countries with chronic diseases.
“The word ‘herbal’ is used throughout Canada, but it’s used very loosely.
It’s a very broad term, and it can be really confusing for the general public,” she said.
So what can you do?
If you are taking your herbal medicine, you can do two things:Take your medicine as directed by your doctor, and ask your pharmacist to give you a prescription for the appropriate amount of medicine.
If you don’t have a doctor or pharmacist in your area, you should check with your local health authority.
Dr Csicks said it’s also important to remember that herbal medicine is not necessarily safe.
It can contain herbal medicines that have been altered, he said, which can increase your risk of serious side effects.
And it’s best to keep your medicine in a safe place and to use it in moderation, as it may not be safe for everyone.
Dr Glynis said people who need herbal medicines should also be aware that some medicines may contain other ingredients that can have dangerous or even harmful effects.
She said the FDA has guidelines for the proper use of medicines.