Safety concerns involving Chinese herbal medicine

Ward, T. 2005. Safety concerns involving Chinese herbal medicine. in: Mills, S. and Bone, K. (ed.) The essential guide to herbal safety Edinburgh, UK Elsevier. pp. 119-127

Chapter titleSafety concerns involving Chinese herbal medicine
AuthorsWard, T.
EditorsMills, S. and Bone, K.
Book titleThe essential guide to herbal safety
Page range119-127
Year2005
PublisherElsevier
Publication dates
Published2005
Place of publicationEdinburgh, UK
ISBN0443071713

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