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brunosbud posted:
Herbal Medicines Pose Health Risk to Millions in Asia
Read more: http://healthland.time.com/2013/03/20/herbal-medicines-pose-health-risk-to-millions-in-asia/?hpt=hp_t2

"...scientists traced kidney problems to aristolochic acid (AA), which belongs to a group of plants known as birthwort or Dutchman's pipe...and found that herbal medicines containing the acid are still found in China and other Asian countries and can still be purchased online."


If you are obese, suffer from diabetes, high blood pressure or have a heart condition, I strongly recommend you allow your physician to prescribe all medications (including over-the-counter vitamins and supplements) you use because they can pose a serious threat to your overall health...


Last week, it was revealed that Azithromycin, aka "Zmax" , one of the world's best-selling antibiotics, can cause fatal heart arrhythmias. Similar antibiotics, such as amoxicillin, have also been found to cause heart arrhythmias, too.

Antibiotics are taken to fight bacterial infections, only. They are useless against viruses and you don't take them just because you "feel lousy and have a headache and stuffy nose". But, if and when they're prescribed by your physician, be certain to follow all instructions, exactly, as written on the label.
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