American Botanical Council

American Botanical Council
American Botanical Council is listed in the Herbs category in Austin, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for American Botanical Council which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Botanical Council on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

Contact information for American Botanical Council is:
6200 Manor Rd
Austin, TX 78723
(512) 926-4900

"American Botanical Council" - ZapScore Report

American Botanical Council has an overall ZapScore of 96. This means that American Botanical Council has a higher ZapScore than 96% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Austin, Texas is 40 and in the Herbs category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore

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Hart and Sherman are fighting to restore a food way which was nearly obliterated by colonization

"Tashia Hart grew up on the Red Lake Reservation of Northern Minnesota. Her childhood was spent exploring the wilds with her father and two brothers — fishing, hunting, and foraging for food. During these adventures, she developed a deep love for animals and a passion for science. She spoke about how the nature-driven Native American food culture might change the way we eat, by making us more aware of how our local ecosystems can nourish us."
Ethnobotonist Tashia Hart is like a culinary Indiana Jones -- using science to restore a lost food culture.

Would they hold on to their traditions, or head full-speed into modernity? #HerbalMediaWatch

"The people of Ipeti (pronounced ee-pet-TEE) were at a crossroads. The Emberá have long lived in the forests of eastern Panama. They know these forests inside and out: They walk, hunt and fish in them; they harvest fruit and nuts from them; they cut trees for fuel wood and building materials. But ever since a group of Emberá migrated west and founded Ipeti a few decades ago, they have grappled with outside threats to their forest-based livelihoods. Now they were facing an existential question: Would they hold on to their traditions, or head full-speed into modernity?" #HerbalMediaWatch
A collaboration between Smithsonian researchers and the Emberá people of Panama aims to rewrite a fraught narrative

#HerbalNewsandEvents: Lutein & Zeaxanthin for Stress, Antioxidants and IBS, Dandelion Tea Receives Research Funding…

The latest #HebalNewsandEvents is out! Read it today!
. June 9-11, 2017. Almond, WI. The sixth installment of this conference will offer herbal education and personal growth workshops, dance and body movement opportunities, singing, and nature walks.

Monroe who was released by the Ravens is the 1st player to publicly call for medical marijuana

“This pain is never going away. My body is damaged,” said Eugene Monroe, 30, who was released by the Baltimore Ravens last year three weeks after becoming the first active player to publicly call on the league to permit medical marijuana. “I have to manage it somehow. Managing it with pills was slowly killing me. Now I’m able to function and be extremely efficient by figuring out how to use different formulations of cannabis.” #HerbalMediaWatch #MedicalMarijuana #Cannabis
Amid concerns about pro football’s overreliance on opioids and other painkillers, many see cannabis as an effective and safer alternative.

RT @CRN_Supplements: Great panel w/ @US_FDA and #dietarysupplement industry on priorities and opportunities for collaboration. @CHPA @AHPA1…

"Though not accepted by mainstream Western medicine, the concept that adaptogenic herbs can boost strength and vitality is integral to traditional Eastern medicine. As such, these herbs are often promoted as virtual cure-alls—“magic” or “miracle” remedies for everything from boosting mental attention and physical endurance to preventing a host of diseases." #adaptogens #HerbalNewsAndEvents #HNE
Adaptogens are herbs like ginseng, astragalus, holy basil, and ashwagandha. They are supposed to be a general restorative tonic that counters the effects of stress, normalizes bodily functions, and helps the body heal itself. Here's what we think.