AHG is grateful for the many supporters who believe in and support our mission. Please take a moment to click on the links below to learn more about these supportive companies and organizations. AHG does not specifically endorse the products of the below companies.
Ancestral Herbology, LLC
Ancestral Herbology, LLC - Owned and operated by Mary Colvin RH(AHG) and offers services dedicated to the health of every client with integrity, ethics, and competency. Other services include mentoring in clinical herbalism, education for individual students with levels anywhere from beginner to advanced, and speaker opportunities for your individual group or business.
Address: 2490 Chenago Rd
Wakeman, OH, 44889
Ariel Botanical Company
Ariel Botanical Company creates, manufactures and distributes quality herb formulas for our companion and barnyard animals.
Address: P. O. Box 67
Hawthorne, WI, 54842
atelier temenos llc
Artemisia annua and Artemisia afra r&d
Phone: 305 213 6473
Address: 4134 ventura ave
miami, FL, 33133
Beauty Full Day LLC
Small-batch natural and organic body care products, including herbal deodorant and bug spray, hand-crafted by five fun-loving and crazy-busy moms :)
Address: 12084 Waconia Cir NE
Blaine, MN, 55449
Canadian Herbalist Association of BC
The Canadian Herbalist Association of British Columbia is an Organization of Herbal Practitioners and Enthusiasts Founded in 1973 to Provide Leadership and Direction for Herbal Medicine in the 21st Century.The purpose and goals of the Canadian Herbalist’s Association of BC is to:Monitor and maintain the educational qualifications and the practice of ethical Herbal Practitioners.Strive to promote better health with herbs.Advance the understanding and knowledge of the practice of Herbalism.Aim to increase the acceptance of herbal medicine through public awareness and the cultivation of research in the field of herbal medicine.Provide a collective voice for all herbal practitioners at the government level.The CHA of BC also works to unite herbal professionals worldwide; assisting in the protection of the character and status of all herbalists.
Address: BOX 8326
Victoria, BC, V8W 3R9
We thoughtfully source ingredients aligned to their most natural, high-frequency state. All of our products are vegan and gluten-free. Most products are organic or use organic and wildcrafted ingredients. By focusing on products rooted in nature and free of toxic additives, you can feel confident Global Healing Products will have a meaningful, positive impact on your health.
Address: 2040 North Loop West, Suite 234
Houston, TX, 77018
GRACEFUL HEALING RETREAT
Graceful Healing Retreat has a variety Quality Herbs, Teas, Crystals and more, in the comfort of a Spiritual and Healing Retreat.
Address: 13705 Clemerra Way
Brandywine, MD, 20613
Background: We research, market and distribute herbal extracts for specific health areas. We do extensive scientific research including human clinical trials to evaluate the safety and efficacy of our products. We work closely with our partner company in India who manufacture the extracts and together we have 25+ international patents. We have partnerships with CRO/Hospitals and we design and work with the CRO to conduct human clinical trials. Customer focus: Formulators of finished products looking for innovative, scientifically backed synergistic herbal extract blends for specific health areas. Products: We currently have a joint health blend that has been clinically studied on 120 subjects in a 4-month study and has demonstrated good results. Clinical trials are also being currently performed for our heart health, liver health, sleep/mind, and immune health blends. We will have these study results by Apr 2021.
Address: ONE MIFFLIN PLACE, SUITE 400
CAMBRIDGE, MA, 02138
Lloyd Library and Museum
The Library holds, acquires, preserves, and provides access to both historic and current books and journals, as well as archival materials, on a wide variety of disciplines: natural history, botany, pharmacy, medicine, scientific history, and visual arts. Lloyd's resources are in fact an eclectic blend of a host of related sciences. Despite the scientific focus, the collections have relevance to the humanities, such as visual arts and foreign languages through resources that feature botanical illustrations, original artworks, and travel literature. While the Lloyd Library is not a publicly funded institution, it is open to any and all persons interested in using the Lloyd's research collections, as well as to those interested in current Lloyd art and collections exhibits.
Phone: (513) 721-3707
Address: 917 Plum St
Cincinnati, OH, 45202
Kristy Bredin began her journey as an herbalist in 2009, when she began a two-year apprenticeship with herbalist Robin Rose Bennett in New York. For the past 8 years she has worked with Ryan Drum, wildcrafting medicinal herbs and cultivating an in-depth knowledge of traditional Western herbalism and local plants and seaweeds. Since 2013 she has been sharing plant remedies of the Pacific Northwest through Mermaid Botanicals. Kristy practices as an herbalist on Orcas Island, WA, working with clients to support their physical, mental and emotional well being through nourishing foods, herbs, and lifestyle choices. She has studied clinical herbalism with Chanchal Cabrera, Paul Bergner, Matthew Wood, and Margi Flint. Kristy is passionate about exploring the natural world and working with wild plants in ancient and creative ways. In 2017 she founded an Herbal Medicine Apprenticeship Program on Orcas: an immersive exploration of wild foods, seaweeds, and plant medicines of the San Juan Islands, featuring classes and retreats with Ryan Drum. This course is part of 3-year cycle through which participants gain a well-rounded knowledge in identifying, harvesting, and processing native and naturalized plants for food and medicine; sustainable wildcrafting; the role of medicinal plants in our ecosystem; invasive plant medicine; wild plants as nutritional support and medicine for mind, body, and spirit; seaweed harvesting and uses as food and medicine; and the tradition, culture, and lore surrounding plants that grow in our region. The Apprenticeship is a unique field-based opportunity for local and regional students to explore the world of plants through sensory awareness, to make medicine and share wisdom in community, and to change the world through the healing power of plants.
Address: PO BOX 1963
EASTSOUND, WA, 982451963