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Clinical and laboratory investigations in herbal poisonings


Clinical and laboratory investigations in herbal poisonings



Toxicology 181-182: 571-576



ISSN/ISBN: 0300-483X

PMID: 12505368

DOI: 10.1016/s0300-483x(02)00484-5

Herbs have been used world-wide, particularly in Chinese society, for thousands of years. Conceptually, herbs are usually considered to be non-toxic by the general public due to their natural origin. However, the consumption of herbs is well-known to be capable of producing prominent adverse health effects. Due to increased morbidity and mortality, poisonings associated with the use of herbs have raised universal attention in the last few years.

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