Now a days, people are going Natural and there are quite a few associations worldwide, who are involved in improving the herbal sector. We've listed websites that may be of interest below. To add your site please email us.Some of the few associations are mentioned below:
Voice of the herbal products industry, only national trade association that is focused primarily on herbs and botanicals and herbal products. Founded in 1982, AHPA is the oldest of the non-profit organizations that specializes in service to the herbal industry.We are also a member of this reputed organization.
Ayurvedic Drug Manufacturers’ Association was founded in the year 1994. Over the years this fledgling organization, has been in the forefront of tackling issues related to the Ayurvedic & natural products Industry.
This organization was started with aim to promote herbalism in Canada, and to promote better health with use of herbs. The CHA of BC also works to unite herbal professionals worldwide; assisting in the protection of the character and status of all herbalists.
The Association of Natural Medicines Ltd (ANM) office is based in Witham, Essex in UK, basically it provides training courses and practioners of various disciplines. The main aim of this organisation is to promote Natural medicine through professional training, public education and practitioner support.
Founded in 1964, to advance the science and practice of herbal medicine in the United Kingdom and to ensure its continued statutory recognition at a time when all medicines were becoming subject to greater regulatory control.
ATMS is Australia's leading Association of natural medicine practitioners, representing about 65% of all natural medicine practitioners in Australia. ATMS practitioners include Massage therapists, Acupuncturists, Clinical Hypnotherapists, Counsellors, Herbalists, Homeopaths, Kinesiologists, Naturopaths and Nutritionists
ounded in 1920, the National Herbalists Association of Australia is the oldest natural therapies association in Australia, and the only national professional body of medical herbalists. Their mission is to serve and support our membership and promote and protect the profession and practice of herbal medicine.
The EHTPA was founded in 1993. The EHTPA is an umbrella body which represents professional associations of herbal/traditional medicine practitioners offering variously western herbal medicine, Chinese herbal medicine, Ayurveda and traditional Tibetan medicine
The New Zealand Association of Medical Herbalists is the professional body representing appropriately trained practitioners of herbal medicine in New Zealand.
The Department continued to lay emphasis on upgradation of AYUSH educational standards, quality control and standardization of drugs, improving the availability of medicinal plant material, research and development and awareness generation about the efficacy of the systems domestically and internationally.
As the leading voice of the natural products industry, the Natural Products Association's mission is to advocate for the rights of consumers to have access to products that will maintain and improve their health, and for the rights of retailers and suppliers to sell these products.
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