Rhodiola rosea, a medicinal herb for stress, mild to moderate depression and neuro-protection
Basic medical science applied in public health
Chronic disease management and prevention
Clinical medicine applied in public health
compare the efficacy, drug interactions and side effects of the six promising CAM treatments described in these abstracts. discuss with the panel and with colleagues the work needed to refine the outline and to make it accessible to consumers and practitioners. describe at least two examples of misunderstandings about CAM treatments for mental health conditions and how the outline can be used to correct these misunderstandings.
Keywords: Mental Health, Herbal Medicine
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: During 33 years of clinical practice and teaching, I have co-authored 35 scientific articles, books and chapters including: first Rhodiola review in English (Herbalgram 2002), first Rhodiola book in English, 'The Rhodiola Revolution' (2004), 'How to Use Herbs, Nutrients, and Yoga in Mental Health Care' (2009), 'Non-Drug Treatments for ADHD' (2012), and textbook chapters “Complementary and Alternative Treatments in Psychiatry,” Psychiatry 3rd Edition, and “Alternative Treatments in Brain Injury,” Neuropsychiatry of Traumatic Brain Injury (2011).
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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