Alternative medicine

This is the original interface to what is now the merged Natural Medicines database. It is being made available per request to maintain a link to the original search interface. This database has been purchased by Natural Standard. The company has merged the content of the two databases into a united database. Unbiased, Scientific Clinical Information on Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Therapies. INCLUDES: The Natural Product /Drug Interaction Checker which allows entry of all a patient’s conventional drugs and natural products and then generate an interaction report.

Natural Medicines provides clinical, evidence-based information on dietary supplements, natural medicines, and complementary, alternative, and integrative therapies. Search results in Natural Medicines draw from several databases: Foods, Herbs & Supplements; Health & Wellness; Comparative Effectiveness; Sports Medicine; Medical conditions; Manufacturers; and, Commercial Products. Special tools provide quick guidance about: interactions, nutrition depletion, effectiveness, adverse effects, and pregnancy & lactation. Natural Medicines merges content from the former Natural Standard and Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database.

MicroMedex Health enables searching across a suite of drug information databases, covering drug administration, adverse effects, clinical applications, contraindications, dosage, indications, interactions, over-dosage, pharmacology, precautions, product/substance identification, toxicity, references, synonyms, and uses. Databases include: NeoFax, Physicians Desk Reference (PDR), Martindale International drug information – including investigational and herbal drugs, POISINDEX, and DRUGDEX (Consults and Evaluations), P&T Quik Reports, MSDS from USP, REPRORISK, DESEASEDEX (General and Emergency), Alternative Medicines, TOMES, and RED BOOK (wholesale drug prices) .

Coverage: varies
Tags: Alternative Medicine, Diseases, Medicine, Poisons

The Dietary Supplement Label Database (DSLD) is a joint project of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) and National Library of Medicine (NLM). The DSLD contains the full label contents from a sample of dietary supplement products marketed in the U.S.Within the DSLD you may select one or more of the following to conduct searches of the database: DSLD On Market = Label information from dietary supplement products that are currently on the U.S. market DSLD Off Market = Label information from dietary supplement products that have been discontinued or are no longer on the U.S. marketFor the DSLD, all information is obtained from the manufacturers’ labels.The DSLD is being developed initially for researchers and scientists.