Effective Natural Medicine is the simplest way for users to find safe and effective natural remedies.
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) May 02, 2017
Effective Natural Medicine, a mobile app for recommending natural remedies, has officially launched in both Google Play and iTunes app stores. The new medical app focuses on providing science and evidence-based recommendations for complementary and alternative medicines.
“There is a lack of apps with reliable, evidence based information about supplements and vitamins in the app store,” said Mike McDougall, CEO of Effective Natural Medicine. “Now users can easily get recommendations on herbs, supplements, and vitamins for over 3000 different conditions.”
McDougall wanted to find a way to share the same information that doctors at Harvard Med, Kaiser, and Mayo Clinic use for recommending natural remedies. Using verified information, consumers can now have easy access to alternative medicine usage regarding physical, mental, and emotional conditions.
“Effective Natural Medicine is the simplest way for users to find safe and effective natural remedies," said MacDougall. "It helps users find the right supplements to cure all ailments. Traditional natural therapies, herbs, and vitamins all include information on dosage and safety. We hope the safety information and warnings about drug interactions will help prevent adverse outcomes for consumers while also offering relief.”
With new updates, users will be able to easily share information on conditions and supplements with their friends and family.
Visitors can find out more information about Effective Natural Medicine at http://www.effectivenaturalmedicine.com/
Mike McDougall graduated from Dartmouth College and has been developing software for over 20 years. Mike founded Koa IT which has developed software for McKesson, the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration among others. Mike created EFM because of the lack of apps with reliable evidence based information about supplements and vitamins in the app store. Mike hopes the safety information and warnings about drug interactions will help prevent adverse outcomes for consumers.