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Pharmacist References:


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Siberian Ginseng References:
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Ho Shou Wu References:
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Goldenseal References:
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5. Bannerman JE. Goldenseal in would trade: Pressures and potentials. HerbalGram 1997;41-51-52.
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Bee Pollen References:
1. Stanley RG, Liskens HF. Pollens. Springer-Verlan: New York, 1974.
2. Loschen G, Ebeling L. Inhibition of arachidonic acid cascade by extract of rye polle. Arzneimittelforschung 1991;41:162-67 [in German].
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4. Habib FK, Ross M, Buck AC, et al. In vitro evaluation of the pollen extract, cernitin T-60, in the regulation of prostate cell growth. Br J Urol 1990;66:393-97.
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12. Buck AC, Cox R, Rees RW, et al. Treatment of outflow tract obstruction due to benign prostatic hyperplasia with the pollen extract, Cernilton. A double-blind, placebo-controlled study Br J Urol 1990;66:398-404.
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18. Voloshyn Ol, Pishak OV, Seniuk BP, et al. The efficacy of flower pollen in patients with rheumatoi arthritis and concomitant deseases of the gastroduodenal and hepatobiliary systems. Likarska Sprava 1998;4:151-54 [in Ukrainian].
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21. Horak F, Stubner P, Berger UE, et al. Immunotherapy with sublingual birch pollen extract. A short-term double-blind placebo study. J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 1998;8:165-71.
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Inosine References:
1. Starling RD, Trappe TA, Short KR, et al. Effect of inosine supplementation on aerobic and anaerot cycling performance. Med Sci Sports Ex 1996;28(9):1193-98.
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