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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. Read more here.

 

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US Herbal Supplement Sales Increase by 8.6% in 2019, Record-Breaking Sales Predicted for 2020


Consumers in the United States spent an estimated $9.602 billion on herbal dietary supplements in 2019, an 8.6% increase in total US sales from the previous year, according to the American Botanical Council’s 2019 Herb Market Report. Read more here.


 

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American Botanical Council Warns Consumers about High Toxicity of Oleander


The American Botanical Council warns the public about the substantial toxicity associated with all parts of the oleander (Nerium oleander) plant. Read more here.



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Euromed Adopts Fig through ABC’s Adopt-an-Herb Program


The American Botanical Council welcomes the adoption of fig (Ficus carica) by Euromed, a Mollet del Vallès, Spain-based phytomedicine company, through ABC’s Adopt-an-Herb botanical research and education program. Read more here.


 


 

 


 

 


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