Neem Tree Farms: A cornerstone of the Ayurvedic tradition, neem was known as sarva roga nivarin or “healer of all ailments” in prehistoric India. Today, in tropical regions around the world, neem is often called ‘the village pharmacy.
Alan Tillotson – One Earth Herbs: Resource and learning tool for physicians and health care practitioners around the world who want to learn practical ways of solving complex health problems using natural methods.
Michael Moore’s site is a wealth of information.
Miles Coleman, RH AHG, kung fu teacher and creator of the Black Belt Herbs line of products. I am a teacher of traditional chinese martial arts, clinical herbalist and I specialize in pain/trauma and sports injuries as well as five element herbalism and tonic therapy. I offer unique and effective formulas for martial arts and sports enhancement.
Todd Caldecott: Ayurvedic and Western Herbalism
Herb TV: DVDs from our East West Seminars and more.
Henriette Kress: One of the largest and oldest herbal information sites on the net. Incredible resource and thousands of pictures.
Jim McDonald: Michigan herbalist, many interesting articles and info on his site.
American Herbalists Guild: The American Herbalists Guild was founded in 1989 as a non-profit, educational organization to represent the goals and voices of herbalists specializing in the medicinal use of plants. Our primary goal is to promote a high level of professionalism and education in the study and practice of therapeutic herbalism.
Herbal Medicine Information
The Herb Research Foundation is a source of accurate, science-based information on the health benefits and safety of herbs—and expertise in sustainable botanical resource development.
Company founder, internationally known lecturer, author and ethnobotanist, For over 35 years, David has been studying, practicing, teaching and researching Cherokee, Chinese and Western herbal medicine.
Phytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases