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The ABC Clinical Guide to Herbs Now Available Online
Date:4/5/2012

AUSTIN, Texas, April 5, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Botanical Council (ABC) recently announced the online publication of The ABC Clinical Guide to Herbs at www.herbalgram.org. Originally released as a reference book in 2003, The Guide is a 400-plus page, science-based, peer-reviewed text containing complete therapeutic monographs and clinical study details on 30 of the best-selling herbs in the United States at that time. Most of these herbs are still found in the lists of top-selling herbs used as teas or dietary supplements.

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Adding the Guide to ABC's online resources has always been part of the organization's web content plan, as was the case with the online versions of ABC's first 2 books: The Complete German Commission E Monographs—Therapeutic Guide to Herbal Medicines (1998) and Herbal Medicine: Expanded Commission E Monographs (2000). Online publication of The Guide helps carry out ABC's nonprofit educational mission to make as much credible information on herbs and phytomedicines available to the widest audience as possible.

ABC members who use the online Guide will benefit from the electronic version's global and advanced search functions and enhanced interactivity, which enables users to view any specific section of the Guide by simply clicking their selection from the hyperlinked Table of Contents. The user can also download PDFs of the full monographs—including the main monograph, the clinical overview, and the patient information sheet for each herb—as well as PDFs of the proprietary product monographs.

Because the book was published in 2003, ABC has taken the opportunity to correct any typographical errors and also has updated and revised several sections. The
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