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The herbal market is a billion dollar industry. According to a report in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, about one-third of adults in developed countries and more than 60 percent of people in Asia use herbal medicines for health promotion or treatment of various chronic diseases. Herbal medicines can now routinely be found lining the shelves of everything from pharmacies to supermarkets to discount stores.

Many herbal remedies are notorious for affecting metabolism, meaning they can be dangerous for people taking medications that need to be dosed into the blood stream at a specific rate.

Many consumers feel if a product is sold over the counter it is safe to use, even if they haven’t consulted a physician. This is not always true. Certain herbal remedies require as much caution as prescription drugs. Furthermore, it is often imperative for individuals to understand the dosing instructions and drug interactions that come with herbal medicines.

When you were younger, your mother may have suggested drinking a bay leaf tea to calm a queasy stomach. For a sore throat, you may have swallowed a spoonful of honey. To calm jitters, you may have turned to chamomile. What you may have not known then is that you were taking herbal remedies for common ailments.

* Kava-kava is used to calm nervousness or muscle spasms. However, Kava-kava may increase the effects of certain anti-seizure medications and/or prolong the effects of certain anesthetics. It can also enhance the effects of alcohol.