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Many physicians and therapists agree that herbs and mind-body practices enhance health, but many more are reluctant to
integrate them into their clinical work because of a lack of training or, given how long it takes to master the use of hundreds
of different herbs, a lack of time. But the trend is clear: clients and consumers alike want control over their health care
choices
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Hardcover, 464 pages
Published January 5th 2009 by W. W. Norton Company (first published October 12th 2008)
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Amanda
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Really interesting! However, it was definitely written by clinicians for clinicians, of which I am neither, so much of the content went far over my head.
Annie Kate

I first came across Brown and Gerbarg, a husband and wife team of psychiatrists, while researching alternative approaches to Alzheimer’s disease. Brown, Gerbarg, and Muskin, another psychiatrist, research and use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in all aspects of their practices, often in addition to standard pharmaceuticals.

This book, written for medical practitioners, concentrates on CAM treatments that are ‘most helpful in clinical practice, relatively easy to administer, and low
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