AUSTIN, Texas (January 11, 2021) — The American Botanical Council has launched a new and improved website. Please browse the new site, and, if you feel so inclined, share your feedback with us here. The website will be open to the public until February 1, when membership will once again be required to access the vast majority of ABC content. Join here.
AUSTIN, Texas (January 8, 2021) — The scientific journal Phytotherapy Research has published a review on the role and limitations of herbal and fungal ingredients in helping to prevent and address viral infections, entitled “Botanical drugs and supplements affecting the immune response in the time of COVID-19: Implications for research and clinical practice.”
The ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program has published a new Botanical Adulterants Monitor. Issue # 21 includes a new bulletin on the adulteration of milk thistle fruit extracts, a review on the Usefulness of Botanical Microscopy to Detect Herbal Ingredient Adulteration, regulatory alerts, and more.
Become an ABC Member now. Have you enjoyed accessing the wide variety of reliable herbal information on ABC's website? ABC's website will once again require a login after February 1, 2021. ABC has memberships tailored to your needs, including Individual, Academic, Professional, and Organizational Memberships.
ABC and SHP Present Free Webinars Covering SHP Toolkit, Ethnobotany, and More
The American Botanical Council and Sustainable Herbs Program are hosting a series of free webinars with leaders in the botanical community. Topics include the SHP Toolkit, a special Ethnobotany Series, and more.