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Vitatech Adopts Cinnamon through the American Botanical Council's Adopt-an-Herb Program
Date:8/19/2013

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Vitatech joins 18 additional herb and plant-based ingredient companies that support ABC's ongoing efforts through the Adopt-an-Herb Program to collect, organize, and disseminate reliable, traditional, science-based, and clinical information on herbs, medicinal plants, and other botanical- and fungal-based ingredients. Adopt-an-Herb encourages companies and individuals to "adopt" one or more specific herbs for inclusion and ongoing maintenance in the HerbMedPro database. Each adopted herb is continuously researched for new articles and studies, ensuring that its HerbMedPro record stays current and robust. The result is an unparalleled resource, not only for researchers, health professionals, industry, and consumers, but for all members of the herbal and dietary supplements community, and others, available via ABC's information-rich website. In keeping with ABC's position as an independent nonprofit organization, herb adopters do not have influence on the scientific information that is compiled for their respective adopted herbs.

HerbMedPro provides online access to abstracts of scientific and clinical publications on nearly 250 commonly used medicinal herbs. Herb records in the database vary in size from those with a large amount of published data — such as Ginkgo biloba, with more than 1,000 summarized entries and links — to Acacia catechu (cutch tree or black catechu in the pea family), with fewer than 50. Each abstract also is summarized in only one sentence, thereby saving a significant amount of time for the user.

HerbMedPro is available to ABC members at the Academic level and higher; its "sister" site HerbMed, however, is free and available to the general public. HerbMed features 20 to 30 herbs from HerbMedPro that are rotated on a regular basis. Making this unique resource free to the public increases the number of people be
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