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Question: What's the difference between herbal medicines and organic ?

Asked by alexrobort 4 years ago

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DrJohnQuinn 4 years ago

A herbal medicine is one that is derived from a naturally occurring substance. The classic example would be St Johns Wort. Organic refers to how a product is produced. Something may be 'herbal' but not produced in an organic way. Unfortunately both terms are used incorrectly and inaccurately in order to sell things. Buyer beware!

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DrJohnQuinn 4 years ago

A herbal medicine is one that is derived from a naturally occurring substance. The classic example would be St Johns Wort. Organic refers to how a product is produced. Something may be 'herbal' but not produced in an organic way. Unfortunately both terms are used incorrectly and inaccurately in order to sell things. Buyer beware!

SenoirTherapist 4 years ago

Might be that the product been organic grown , not to sure ?

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