Herbal products and supplements are a branch of CAM, and are consumed for several health purposes, and mostly without a medical advice. To assess the knowledge, attitudes, and practices toward these herbals, we conducted a college-based survey, distributed to 334 students of dentistry and pharmacy in a university in United Arab Emirates. The survey included questions about the herbals used, purpose of consuming them, drug-herbals interaction, and safety of herbal consumed. Among the sample, only 5% of students didn’t use any herbals, at all. A high percentage of respondents believed that herbals are able to treat some medical conditions, while a weaker agreement was obtained regarding the safety of herbals. These results indicate that health sciences college students need to be counseled about the proper use of herbals.