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Bioforce Receives American Botanical Council's Tyler Award
Date:3/5/2012

and have an innate curiosity to find out how they act physiologically in a human being," said Suter. "Without [scientific] data, we could rely only on tradition, hearsay, or personal experiences; with these data we are credible and gain the trust of practitioners, pharmacists, and patients. Further, carrying out research allows us to find new indications for known plants and is one of the key drivers to stay innovative and successful. And last but not least, research carried out in phytotherapy helps the whole 'phytomedical' community, as we are living in times of evidence based medicine."

According to Bioforce USA President and CEO Pierce S. Sioussat, the acceptance of herbal medicine in the United States "can only be accomplished through continued investment in clinical research using commercially available products that are manufactured in a manner that ensures batch-after-batch and year-after-year consistency. It is also important that such research have a credible forum for public disclosure, and, in this regard, the American Botanical Council plays a critical role." Bioforce USA is a partner company that will accept the ABC award on Bioforce AG's behalf.

Bioforce AG's product integrity begins by honoring one of the most important philosophies of Swiss clinical herbalist Alfred Vogel, who founded the company in 1963: insisting that the plants used in its products are grown organically on its own farms or contract farms assessed for sustainability and approved by the company itself. According to Bioforce, the company also harvests at "ideal" times, uses high-quality seed varieties, allows the plants to sufficiently mature "until they reach optimum potential," and mixes harvest batches in order to ensure consistent efficacy. Suter said that the company always uses the whole plant in its products—another of Vogel's most important founding philosophies—and processes the plants within 24 hours after harvest to guarantee a "full
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