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.
Ontario Herbalists Association
The Ontario Herbalist Association is the provincial body mandated to oversee the educational standards practice and continuing development of herbalism in the province of Ontario. It’s aims & goals are to:<br /> To preserve herbalism's diversity in all it’s ethnic, cultural and philosophical traditions<br /> To promote public awareness of herbalists and herbalism<br /> To establish self-regulation and standards of education and training, codes of ethics and practice, and certification for professional herbalists practicing in Ontario<br /> To disseminate a deep knowledge base of herbal medicine through promotional and educational materials<br /> To enhance communication among herbalists and herbal enthusiasts<br /> To represent herb enthusiasts and professional herbalists in negotiations with government regulatory bodies<br /> To teach awareness and protection of medicinal plant species<br /> To support ethical research in herbal medicine<br /> To provide leadership and direction for herbalism in the 21st Century
Address: P.O. Box 123 Station D
Etobicoke, ON, M9A 4X2
Oregon's Wild Harvest
Founded in 1994 by the husband and wife team Randy and Pam Martin Buresh, Oregon’s Wild Harvest is a manufacturer of certified organic and Biodynamic, whole plant herbal supplements. With the care our planet and customers at heart, the company is committed to growing and procuring the highest quality herbs, which are tested for purity, identity and potency, and prepared into more than 140 products distributed through natural food stores nationwide.
Address: 1601 NE Hemlock
Redmond, OR, 97756
QEW African Diaspora Earthcare Coalition
QEW African Diaspora Earthcare Coalition partners are growing, adding value to, and educating communities in the global African Diaspora about plant medicine. The Coalition grows herbs that address diseases which are pervasive in communities of African descent due to diet, prolonged intergenerational stress, and longstanding healthcare disparities. Community residents are learning to grow their own medicine. The Diaspora Coalition seeks to: 1) put increased control over the ability to treat illnesses that chronically plague the Black community directly into the hands of people of African descent, 2) localize production of plant medicine which is crucial o resilience and survival in times of climate disruption, and, 3) foster African American agro-economic self-reliance.
Address: 338 Plush Mill Road
Wallingford, PA, 19086
Soar Payments specializes in providing retail and eCommerce merchant accounts to businesses in the nutraceuticals, herbal products, and dietary supplements industry.
Address: 507 N. Sam Houston Pkwy E. Suite 550
Houston, TX, 77060
Traditional Medicinals herbalists have carefully crafted over 50 high quality herbal teas, categorized into ten wellness collections: detox, digestive, green, herbal, laxative, relaxation, seasonal, tonic, kids and women’s.
Phone: (800) 543-4372
Address: 4515 Ross Rd.
Sebastopol, CA, 95472
United Plant Savers
United Plant Savers' mission is to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come.
Phone: (740) 742-3455