Complementary medicines (also known as 'traditional' or 'alternative' medicines) include vitamin, mineral, herbal, aromatherapy and homoeopathic products. (Therapeutic Goods Administration 2014)
In Australia, complementary medicines are largely regulated as unscheduled medicines, and are usually self-selected.
Factsheet from Cancer Institute NSW
About Herbs This website offers patients access to information about evidence- based complimentary therapies. The host of this website is Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre’s Integrative Medicine Service