Global Herbal Dietary Supplement Market Size 2026 In-Depth Analysis of the Segmentation Which Comprises Product Type and Applications


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Dec 04, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
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Global Herbal Dietary Supplement Market size analysis report 2020 delivers the latest industry data and future trends, letting you to recognize the products and end users which derives the revenue growth and profitability. The Herbal Dietary Supplement report lists the top competitors and delivers the strategic insights into industry which influences the market.

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Herbal Dietary Supplement Market Summary: ÂHerbal supplements help maintain cholesterol levels, regulate the digestive system, and reduce stress.Â

The Herbal Dietary Supplement Market report detects several key companies of the industry. It helps the reader understand the strategies and collaborations that players are expert in combat competition within the market. The report provides a

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Herbal Compress For Nursing Moms Recalled Over Possible Bacterial Contamination


KEY POINTS

  • WishGarden Herbs is recalling 46 units of its herbal remedy because of a possible contamination
  • The recalled product may be contaminated with Cronobacter sakazakii
  • Cronobacter infections are said to be rare but can be fatal to infants

A product meant for nursing mothers has been recalled because of possible bacterial contamination. 

WishGarden Herbs has recalled 46 units of Happy Ducts Compress after a retained product was found to be contaminated with Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria. The company, in a release posted on the U.S. Food and Drugs (FDA) website, said the herbal remedy was meant to be used as an external compress for the breast tissue of nursing women.

If the contaminated product is used, the babies may be exposed to the bacteria through the residue on the mothers’ skin. The mothers may also be at risk if the product is applied on broken skin.

The lot number 53664

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African Entrepreneur launches herbal supplement


The covid 19 pandemic has raised the issue of testing traditional medicines to battle contemporary diseases. Back in September, the WHO endorsed testing traditional herbal medicine against Covid19.

Well, Hamish Ganga, a US-based African health care entrepreneur did not wait for the WHO. Back in May, he started working on bringing to the US a herbal concoction that was helping thousands of Africans on the continent.

Hamish has recently launched Anoroc (which is simply Corona read the other way around) and has already sold over a thousand bottles and gathered over 50 impressive testimonials from customers who have seen great results. Among them, we counted those living with Lupus, bowel diseases, fibromyalgia, Scoliosis, Reumathoid Arthritis and even Covid 19.

Back in June, Researchers from Germany released data from laboratory tests showing that extracts of the Artemisia plants are active against the virus causing Covid 19.

In August the Scientists at

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Special Christmas ‘buy one get two free’ offer for limited time at the Herbal Study Academy


The Herbal Study Academy has a special offer just in time for Christmas – order the academy’s foundation herbal medicine course and get the colour therapy course and healing course for free.

Students who do the foundation course will also get a free aromatherapy mini course, an acupressure course, and a reflexology mini course.

The Herbal Study Academy’s flagship foundation herbal medicine course will teach you how to maintain a healthy life, alkalize your diet, maintain a healthy pregnancy, maintain a healthy weight, which herbs help fight infection, reduce stress and anxiety, and help improve your longevity, vitality, and health.

The foundation herbal medicine course offers comprehensive material and is supported strongly by The American Association of Drugless Practitioners.

Colour therapy has been used as part of medical practice for hundreds of years and is of great significance in holistic health. Colour therapists understand and use the energy contained in

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Ghanaian herbal hospital adopts TCM to address local health challenges


ACCRA-Twice every month, Miranda Sam, a 66-year-old Ghanaian, visited the China Traditional Herbal Hospital, a private herbal facility at Pokuase, a suburb of the Ghanaian capital, for treatment.

“I was squeezing lemons, and when I finished, I could not get up. I could not even move my legs, so I went to the hospital and did an X-ray examination, but they saw nothing. Meanwhile, I could not walk. I was in a wheelchair,” the retired freight-forwarder said.

Sam decided to visit the herbal facility, where a second X-ray revealed that she was suffering from lumbar vertebrae spondylosis, a type of arthritis that affects the spine.

“I came to the clinic a month ago with a stagger like a toddler. They started treating me, and on two occasions, I had to do acupuncture, and I have found great relief. Now I walk unaided, so I keep coming for physiotherapy,” she said.

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Man arrested for robbing smoke shop of herbal supplement, investigators say


J.W. Standridge (Coweta County Sheriff’s Office)

A Coweta County man was arrested in connection to an armed robbery, but it wasn’t money investigators said he was after, but a controversial herbal supplement called Kratom.

J.W. Standridge, 55, was charged with armed robbery, as well as possession of methamphetamine after investigators said a SWAT team raided his home Thursday morning and found meth and a substantial amount of Kratom.

Video released by police shows the robbery earlier this week. Investigators said Standridge walked into the Xhale City Smoke and Vape Shop in Coweta County and asked the clerk for the herbal supplement Kratom. Investigators said after the clerk laid the Kratom on the counter, Standridge picked up the packages and headed to the door without paying.

When the clerk challenged

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