A herbal medicine testing company has launched a test that allows people to find out if a medicinal herb is safe for them.
The test, called Sheep Herbal Medicines, or HHM, says if it is prescribed to a person, they will be told whether the herb is effective.HHM was developed by Dr. Shai Sohail of the Sheepsherbal Clinic in India.
He and his wife, Shai, were inspired to start the business after they had trouble finding a quality herbal medicine that they could afford.
The HHM test asks the user to take a tablet, swallow a small amount of the herb, and then write down the herb’s potency, strength, and purity.HMH has been testing herbal medicine since 2014 and the company has about 10,000 registered users, and is planning to add more, including traditional herbal medicines, traditional Chinese herbs, and other herbal remedies.HMM has developed a new test that is more sensitive and more reliable than the traditional herbal test, according to Shai.HMG is also using the test to evaluate herbs that people may be buying at drugstores, for example, for their homeopathic medicines.
The HMG test asks people to check the purity of the herbs they are using.
Dr. Shail Soham says he is confident that the tests are reliable and that the HHM has a great potential for finding out if herbal medicines are safe for a person.
“I have seen a lot of people using the herbal test to get a result, but the problem is that people can misplace herbs and the test results are not accurate,” he said.
“In the future, we plan to add the test for more herbs that can be tested, such as herbs for allergies or asthma.”
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So, for now, Herbal Medicine Testing has set up a site in India that tests herbal medicines for the presence of THC, a compound that is used to make marijuana, hemp, and cannabis.HMT has started testing its herbs on the site, which has users in Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Mumbai.
The site is the result of a collaboration between the Indian Homeopathic Association and the National Herbal Research Centre.
The project was launched after the state government said it was working on banning the sale and use of herbal products that could cause a person’s health problems.
In addition, the government has launched an advisory board to examine the potential of herbal medicines.
Hmt said its testing site has already found that the majority of herbal preparations are safe.
However, it will not be able to test all the herbs that have been tested, so it will continue to test herbal remedies for THC.
The company says it hopes to be able test the majority herbal remedies by 2020.
The AP reported in June that the state of Kerala banned the sale of herbal drugs, including hemp-based drugs, because they are linked to addiction and violence.