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Valerian and Other Anti-Hysterics in European and American Medicine (1733-1936)

© Christopher Hobbs LAc, AHG

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9. Buchan, op cit.

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22. Pereira, op cit.

23. Urdang, G. 1944. Pharmacopoeia Londinensis of 1618. Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

24. Hobbs, C. 1989. "St. John's Wort." HerbalGram 18/19: 24-33.

25. Pereira, op cit.

26. ibid.

27. Sollmann, op cit.

28. Pereira, op cit.

29. Potter, op cit.

30. Pereira, op cit.

31. Hobbs, C. 1989. Feverfew--A Literature Review. HerbalGram 20: 26-35.

32. ibid.

33. McGuigan, H.A. 1928. A Text-book of Phrmacology and Therapeutics. Philadelphia 7 London: W.B. Saunders Co.

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37. American Pharmaceutical Association. 1950. The National Formulary. Washington: American Pharmaceutical Association.

38. Hobbs, C. 1989. Valerian--A Literature Review. HerbalGram 21: 19-35.

39. Bailey, L.H. & E.Z. Bailey. 1976. Hortus Third. Revised by the Staff of the L.H. Bailey Hortorium, Cornell. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.

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46. Flückiger, F.A. and D. Hanbury. 1879, op cit.

47. Paxton

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53. Gunther, op cit.

54. Ibid.

55. Hobbs, HerbalGram 21, op cit.

56. Woodville, W. 1790. Medical Botany, 3 vols. London: James Phillips (for the author).

57. Ibid.

58. United States Pharmacopoeial Convention. 1936. The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America. Easton, PA: Mack Printing Company.

59. American Pharmaceutical Association. 1950. The National Formulary, 9th ed. Washington: American Pharmaceutical Association.

60. Todd, R.G., ed. 1967. Extra Pharmacopoeia--Martindale, 25th ed. London: The Pharmaceutical Press.

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