We would like to share some herbal communities we know and love with you.
American Herbalists Guild The American Herbalists Guild was founded in 1989 as a non-profit, educational organization to represent the goals and voices of herbalists. It is the only peer-review organization in the United States for professional herbalists specializing in the medicinal use of plants. AHG membership consists of professionals, general members (including students) and benefactors.
American Herbal Products Association This trade association for herbal products companies offers HerbMed, a searchable database of medicinal herbs, as well as an Herbal FAQ regarding herbal supplements, standards, and uses. You may also search their member database for particular herb businesses.
New Mexico College of Botanical Medicines The mission of the College is to be a leading center for herbal education in the United States and a catalyst in the effort to integrate traditional healing practices with contemporary health care. The College has developed the most comprehensive herbal curriculum in the country offering a three-year bachelor of science degree in botanical medicine.
Organic Trade Association Consult the Organic Trade Association’s consumer site for “organic information and inspiration” and the latest news about organic standards.
University of Washington Medicinal Herb Garden Take a virtual walk through the garden or use their index to look at photographs of specific plants.
National Library of Medicine Use the PubMed search engine on the National Library of Medicine site to find the latest articles on medicinal herbs and alternative therapies.
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