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Herbal Products

Natural doesn't always mean safe. But that doesn't stop millions of people, including pregnant women, from consuming naturopathic products derived from medical plants. Most of these plants contain scores of active ingredients in concentrations that may difer from crop to crop, and even within the plant itself. Are they safe during pregnancy? See the list below for answers.


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