ABC acquires HerbMed
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
American Botanical Council will expand and develop the content of herbal database HerbMed, following its recent purchase of the site, the Austin, Texas-based group announced Feb. 21. Under ABC, the database will grow with additional herbs, will be more frequently updated and will feature special health issues. ABC also plans to integrate some of its "unique educational content" into HerbMedPro, an enhanced, subscription-based version of HerbMed that currently features 211 herbs. HerbMed founder Jacqueline Wootton will retain her position as editorial director for both databases...
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