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

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DrJohnQuinn

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

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

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

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