Drugs of natural origin can be an important part of the health care system and can help in many ways, but they also have to be regulated.
For instance, some drugs are used in the treatment of conditions such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and Crohn disease in the prevention of chronic pain.
There are also many herbal products available in the market.
However, most of them are not approved by the authorities to treat any diseases, and they are not regulated in accordance with European regulations.
The main reason is the high price of natural medicines and their use in unregulated markets, says Dr. Svetlana Znatsko, an expert in medicinal herbs and an expert at the Medical Research Institute of Herbal Medicine, an organisation of herbal medicine specialists.
Herbal medicines in the European Union There are many types of herbal medicines in Europe.
For example, herbal remedies for headache and migraine are popular in many countries.
But these medicines are not in the same category as drugs that are approved for treatment of chronic conditions.
The problem is that herbal products are not controlled by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and there is no European regulatory body to oversee their use.
Znatsky explained that herbal medicines are sold at pharmacies, often at a premium, but there is a risk that they are contaminated by other chemicals or used without the proper precautions.
In addition, there is also a lack of transparency in how herbal medicines can be used.
“The problem is also that the use of herbal remedies does not go through the formal regulatory system, nor does it meet the requirements of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA),” she said.
As a result, there are not enough regulations to monitor the use and safety of herbal products, she added.
But herbal medicines have their uses.
Dr. Semyon Ponomarev, a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Ukrainian Herbal Medicines Society, a non-governmental organisation that works for the protection of herbal and natural products, said that herbal medicine is a very useful alternative for people with certain diseases, including cancer and arthritis.
Ponomareval explained that natural medicine has several uses, including: prevention of certain cancers, asthma, diabetes, psoriasis, and arthritis