Thank you to our 2019 AHG Sponsors

The American Herbalists Guild is deeply grateful for the generous support of our Sponsors. Their contributions allow us to continue to fulfill our organizational mission and support the important work of our members as herbalists in their communities.

Silver Sponsors

American Botanical Council

ABC is an independent, nonprofit research and education organization dedicated to providing accurate and reliable information for consumers, healthcare practitioners, researchers, educators, industry and the media.

Mountain Rose Herbs

From product quality and sustainable packaging, to fair trade practices and watershed conservation, Mountain Rose Herbs takes pride in doing business right. Their core belief that people, plants, and planet are more important than profit guides everything they do.

NAMMEX

Nammex organic mushroom extracts set the standard for genuine, 100% mushroom products. Our Nammex Fingerprinting Protocol has revolutionized quality control with verified testing of the important active compounds.

Standard Process

Since 1929, Standard Process has been dedicated to the field of nutritional supplements and the whole food philosophy introduced by Dr. Royal Lee. Discover just how resilient your body can be when given the proper nutrition.

Copper Sponsors

Pure Indian Foods

Founded in 2008, they are the top maker of Grassfed Organic Ghee products in the United States. Their family has been in the ghee business for 5 generations, since 1889.

Traditions School of Herbal Studies

Traditions School of Herbal Studies providers beginner to clinical instruction in Western and Chinese Herbal Medicine as well as spiritual and bioregional classes. Programs include weekly herbal clinical practice. Classes taught by experienced clinicians Renee Prince & Bob Linde (AP, RH) on their half acre medicinal garden and at the clinic/apothecary in Tampa Bay, FL.

Green Sponsors

Sky House Yoga and Herb School

Sky House Yoga is a donation based wellness collective offering classes and training programs in yoga, astrology, herbal medicine, and Ayurveda. We believe in the healing power of plants and the importance of following natural cycles. Our one and two year herbal apprenticeship programs provide a solid framework for understanding the complex relationship between humans and plants and prepare herbalists for clinical practice. We pride ourselves on offering a strong foundation of western energetics coupled with guided hands-on medicine making and formulation skills. Need-based tuition options available.

Community Sponsors

Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism

VCIH is a non-profit educational organization bringing clinical herbalism to community practice through the weaving of science, spirit and grassroots activism. In addition to community workshops and our full-time sliding-scale clinic, we provide one of the nation’s most extensive clinical training opportunities, rooted in meaningful connection with the plants and place.