medicine makers

medicine makers, in herbalism, those who process medicinally beneficial plants for therapeutic purposes and prescribe safe dosages for human use. In certain healing traditions, it is considered a spiritual honor and responsibility to hold such a position.
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And research by PAGB, the body for overthe-counter medicine makers, found 32% visit the doctor instead of a pharmacist for seasonal conditions such as sore throats, pictured.
Research by PAGB, the body for over the counter medicine makers, found 32 per cent visit the doctor instead of a pharmacist for conditions like sore throats.
Shah, Secretary General of the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance, a select club of large domestic medicine makers.
Another popular toothpaste brand is made by Yunnan Baiyao Group, which uses its history as one of the biggest and oldest traditional Chinese medicine makers in the country as a selling point.
The appliances that are found in Chinese kitchens, she added, include soybean milk makers, Chinese medicine makers and disinfecting cabinets, where the Chinese place their dishes after hand-washing them.
The nation's medicine makers are committed to providing educational programming about medicine abuse in schools, at retail, within law enforcement, in the community and online, stresses Suydam.
Green s Herbal Medicine Makers Handbook, Botanica Erotica by Diana DeLuca, and Love Potions by Jones and Jones.
The goal of the O-T-C medicine makers in supporting this campaign is to make parents more aware and encourage them to talk to their children so we can put a stop to this abuse.
1 billion of this amount from pharmaceutical and medicine makers.
Veterinary medicine makers also oppose centralised licensing.
ARSENAL went to Germany's city of medicine makers and found a cure for their European travel sickness.
These recommendations, if adopted, would require many cough medicine makers to reformulate their products.