09 November 2013
The Oxford Campaign to Protect Herbal Medicine presents a one day conference
07 May 2014
Second meeting on UK herbal regulation concentrates on options for herbal products
19 July 2011
But will integration trivialise great traditional systems of medicine?
04 October 2007
CAM bashing seems to have become a sport for Prof Ernst and colleagues at Peninsula Medical School, University of Exeter. This instance reminds us just how far the science needs to be twisted for Prof Ernst to have managed to make headlines over the risks and lack of efficacy of herbal medicines. Read on for the ANH take on this.
04 May 2005
The National Centre for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) and the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS), both components of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have come up with nearly $7 million to investigate the scientific base of knowledge about the safety, effectiveness, and mechanisms of action of herbal medicines.
Chinese medicine interests say EU Herbal Directive discriminates against non-European traditions and needs reform
15 November 2010
Regulator fails to pledge support for UK stakeholders in herbal crisis
02 February 2012
ANH-Intl addresses consumer confusion over herbal medicines and food supplements
16 February 2011
Only 34 plant species registered in UK under EU herbal directive
13 July 2011
First EMA report on herbal products confirms lack of level playing field
Herbalists are not the only herb users: What will UK herbal regulation mean for other practitioners?
26 March 2014
We look at the consequences of herbal medicine regulation – statutory or voluntary – or maintaining the status quo