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American Botanical Council Publishes 100th Issue of HerbalGram
Date:11/29/2013

iation of all things herbal through the help of HerbalGram and the other channels that ABC has made available."

It may be impossible to quantify the impact that 100 issues of HerbalGram have had on the herbal community and the world at large, but noted photographer, author, and ABC Board of Trustees President Steven Foster attempted to do just that in his retrospective, "Reflections on 100 Issues of HerbalGram." In his thorough examination of all 100 issues of the magazine, Foster highlighted many of the seminal articles published in HerbalGram's annals. Among them are herbalist Chris Hobbs' 1989 review of St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum), published nearly a decade before the herb came to prominence in the United States; breaking news coverage of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994; the effects of climate change on medicinal plants; and many more.

Thanks to the timing of both the 100th HerbalGram and ABC's 25th anniversary, this issue includes 24 bonus pages highlighting ABC and its history as well as the journal's signature peer-reviewed herb profiles, features, news, research reviews, and more. A timeline of the organization's growth is interspersed with landmark events in the herbal community; the story of ABC's headquarters — which dates back to the mid-19th century — is paired with a series of wet plate collodion photographs of ABC's grounds, buildings, and medicinal plant gardens, captured by Her
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