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How To Find Information About Complementary Drugs


Complementary drugs (sometimes known as alternative drugs) are substances that are used for medicinal purposes that are not approved by the FDA.

The following reputable sites include information about complementary drugs. They are listed in alphabetical order. To search for information outside these sites, use all of the resources mentioned in the article: How To Obtain Information About Prescription Drugs.

  • offsite link - The National Cancer Institute
  • offsite link -- Resources for mind, body and spirit
  • offsite link -- Evidence based information about herbs
  • offsite link - Evidence based information about herbs and supplements (as well as complementary and alternative therapies)
  • offsite link -- Mayo Clinic provides information on herbs, vitamins and supplements
  • offsite link - Memorial Sloan Kettering information on herbs, vitamins and supplements
  • offsite link -- Database of herbs and vitamins
  • offsite link - National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, a part of the Federal Government's National Institutes of Health (NIH), a clearinghouse of information about the safety and effectiveness of complementary and alternative medicine practices

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