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May 1998 Issue

EN's Herbal Medicine Cabinet: Top 10 Herbs You Can Trust

(Part 2 of a 2-part series on herbs.) Move over Motrin, Sudafed, Immodium, Proscar and Prozac. Americans have made it clear they intend to make way for feverfew, echinacea, ginger, saw palmetto and St. John's wort. After all, like their pharmaceutical counterparts, these herbs are touted to tame a tough headache, take the chill out of a cold, quell a queasy stomach, ease a peeved prostate and soothe your soul—but in gentler, less

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