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The rise of cyber pharmacies is perhaps an inevitable outcome of the booming e-commerce and the regulation free environment on the Internet. Concerns have been raised regarding the ethical conduct, quality of service and protective regulations available, which constitute the essential minimum to ensure public from health adversities. The risks involved are intimately related to the type of pharmacy involved.  There are a number of sites selling products of dubious quality, advertised with a mix of unverified claims and professional design. This includes many labeled as herbal products. Herbal medications could not possibly be sold profitably on the Internet without deception, which includes lack of full disclosure of relevant facts, promotion or sale of products that lack a rational use, and/or failure to provide advice indicating who should not use the products.