Herbal software describes herbs and herbal actions of over 490 plants. A search function brings you quickly to the herb of your choice or lists plants alphabetically. The herbal actions list various references including the "German Commission E Monographs
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Homeopathy 3.7 The Homeopathy software data-bank lists homeopathic products (Materia Medica) by symptoms and by affliction. Cell Salts, Eye Reference Chart and Tongue Diagnostic are added for registered owners. The Homeopathy software program is an educational tool with
Wellness 3.5 Wellness is an extensive data-bank featuring Herbs and herbal remedies, homeopathy, nutrition (including vitamins, minerals, amino-acids, neurotransmitters, enzymes), color-therapy, autosuggestion, other alternative medicines and natural remedies.
Description: Herbal software describes herbs and herbal actions of over 490 plants. The program can easily be accessed from its main menu. A search function brings you quickly to the herb of your choice or lists plants alphabetically. With the click of a button you can look up the equivalent botanical name of a herb in English, German, French, Chinese, Sanskrit (Ayurvedic). The herbal actions list various references including the "German Commission E Monographs". Poisonous herbs carry a warning and known side-effects are listed. A Data Bank (MDB) is included with the Herbal Software for your own entries. It enables you to add your own listings, delete and print. A picture browser is also included with the herbal software. Upgrades are free for registered owners of the herbal software.
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