Monday, April 6, 2009

Herbal Nutritional Supplements in Medicine

I was trying to explain the concept of herbal nutritional supplements to someone the other day. This person really didn't seem to understand that herbal agents are not the same as prescription medications. We were talking about a bottle of 81 mg baby-strength aspirin that you can purchase at your local drug store. You don't need a prescription since this is an over-the-counter medication. However, Bayer has a new bottle of 81 mg aspirin called "Bayer with Heart Advantage." This is a bottle of aspirin that also includes a supplement called phytosterols, a natural plant-based supplement that are also known as plant sterols.

Some people are fanatical about nutritional supplements and they even become Herbalife distributors. I personally think you can have quite a successful business in this industry because there are so many people who want to engage in holistic medicine, complementary medicine, alternative medicine, herbals, nutritional supplements, and much more. Many clinicians are members of the American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA) and may even achieve board certification. Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Want to learn how to become an Herbal Life distributor? You don't need an MBA to build a successful business that integrates the distribution of herbal nutritional supplements.

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