Question 1 of 10.
Do you have any educational background in herbal medicines?
Question 2 of 10.
Have you ever done your own herbal dispensing?
1. Yes. I have and worked for around 12 months or so.
2. Yes. I have and worked for more than 3 years.
3. No. I have not done any herbal dispensing before.
Question 3 of 10.
Are you aware of the rules and regulations in your area when when it comes to herbal dispensing? use of herbs?
1. I know them and I will get them soon.
2. I did not know there were such rules. I will check them out.
3. Yes. I know them and I have the required registration.
Question 4 of 10.
Do you know all the information that is required on the label of the dispensed medicines?
1. Ingredients and adverse effects only.
2. Ingredients, Dosage instructions, potential adverse effects & contact details.
Question 5 of 10.
Other than using herbal medicines, are you familiar with other treatments as well?
1. I only know herbal treatment.
2. Yes, I have knowledge of closely related medicine systems.
3. I know none and I plan to consult a practitioner for the same.
Question 6 of 10.
Do you know the suppliers of your herbs?
1. I know a few people who can help me.
2. I am yet to find suppliers.
3. I am in close contact with them.
Question 7 of 10.
Which of these has the shortest shelf life?
Question 8 of 10.
What is important to keep your raw herbs as long as possible?
1. Keep them away from air and light so that they do not deteriorate further.
2. Keep them outside where they receive optimum sunlight.
3. Keep them in airtight containers.
Question 9 of 10.
How do you take out the herbs from the jar?
1. Put your hand into the jar and fetch the required quantity.
2. Tilt the jar and put the required amount in the formula directly.
3. Tilt the jar and take the required amount of herb in hand and then add it to the formula.
Question 10 of 10.
Do your patients know about the benefits of herbal treatments?