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Herbs&Supplements

CNS

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True or False: Feverfew is used for the treatment of headaches False: Feverfew is used to prevent migraines rather than headaches It must be taken continuously for prevention of migranes with the recommendation being 50-100 mg daily in divided doses.
What is the recommended dose for Gingko biloba for Alzheimer Disease and how often should it be taken? 120-240 mg daily in 2-3 divided doses
True or False: Valerian is hepatotoxic and can treat insomnia while Kava has not problems related to the liver and can have a withdrawal effect similar to benzodiazepines False: Kava because of its hepatotoxicity is not recommended as an OTC treatment of insomnia. Valerian is like Kava except it has a withdrawal effect like the ones benzodiapines have and it lacks hepatotoxicity.
Consider this: Patient SK asks whether melatonin can be used to recover from jet lag, what do you say? Melatonin has strong evidence that supports its use in jet lag.
What are potential uses of St. John's Wart? Depression (A), anxiety (C), OCD (C)
Created by: cokazeh1227