Natural Medicines
Knowledge database ensuring safety and effectiveness

Natural Medicines

Millions of patients use natural medicine supplements and alternative treatments, but information resources are unreliable, anecdotal, or don’t contain references. TRC’s Natural Medicines is an evidence-based database of information on the safety and effectiveness of natural medicines and alternative therapies. Reduce risks, save time, and make informed decisions.

Comprehensive, Unbiased, Fresh

  • 1,400 natural medicine monographs
  • Updated daily
  • Concise recommendations from an unbiased editorial team
  • Patient education handouts in multiple languages

Evidence-based Ratings for Natural Medicines

  • Over 92,000 commercially available natural products
  • Scientific, evidence-based ratings
  • Safety, effectiveness, and quality information
  • Unique and easy-to-understand Natural Medicines Brand Evidence-based Rating (NMBER)

Largest Natural Medicines Database in the World

  • Over 1,200 monographs on natural ingredients
  • Over 200 monographs on complementary and alternative treatments
  • NMBER system
  • Scientific, evidence-based information on safety, effectiveness, and interactions

Drug Interactions

  • Check for interactions with conventional medications
  • Interaction ratings to determine clinical significance

Nutrient Depletion

  • Identify which nutrients are depleted by conventional medications
  • Nutrient depletion ratings to determine clinical significance

Safety During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

  • Identify safe, natural medicines for pregnant women
  • Identify safe, natural medicines for lactating women
  • Medication safety ratings to determine clinical significance

Effectiveness and Safety

  • Identify which natural medicines and therapies are most effective
  • Search by medical condition or symptom
  • Effectiveness rating reports deliver scientifically studied information

Continuing Education

  • Complete library of CE/CME courses
  • Evidence-based resources
  • Clinical management of disease states
  • Clinical management of medical conditions
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