Herbs used in cardiovascular diseases
Keywords:Herbs, Medicine, Cardiovascular disease, Potential benefits, Drawbacks
One of the many therapeutic uses for herbal medicines is the treatment of cardiovascular diseases. Since herbal medications do not require official regulatory agency approval or clinical testing before going on the market, they are less frequently proven to be safe and effective than conventional pharmaceuticals. In this review, we sum up the ongoing information on homegrown medicines, essentially utilized in cardiovascular treatment. We show how there is frequently no scientific evidence to support the use of these medications to treat cardiovascular disorders. Despite the fact that they seem to affect organic cycles connected with the cardiovascular framework, there is little data on the restorative impacts of the majority of these herbs. Concerns are raised by the potential for medication contamination or drug substitution with other prescriptions, as well as by related negative effects like a higher risk of drug interactions. Doctors should review any potential benefits and drawbacks of their patients' use of herbal remedies in every situation.
Keywords: Herbs, Medicine, Cardiovascular, Disease, Potential benefits, Drawbacks.
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