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Staff Can Amplify Your Message on Social Media

August 6, 2018

Your employees might not all be marketers, but with the rise of social media, they can all be advocates for your company and homeopathy in general.   Given that people are active on social media for an average of two hours a day, it’s a missed opportunity if your employees are not actively engaged on…

Basic Science Research on Homeopathy

July 2, 2018

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Calendula officinalis: A Clinical Snapshot

June 29, 2018

By Todd Hoover, MD July 1, 2018 Calendula officinalis has a long-standing history of traditional herbal use for skin irritations and infections. A tincture of the flowering tops of the common marigold is used to prepare the homeopathic products of this plant. Traditional homeopathic uses for Calendula officinalis often focused on the helpfulness of this…

Whole Foods Goes Prime

June 4, 2018

By Ray Petrick, VP Sales, Boiron USA June 4, 2018 There is a lot of speculation as to why Amazon acquired Whole Foods Market last April. A funny story is that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos frequently shops at Whole Foods. One night Jeff said: “Alexa, I want to buy something from Whole Foods.” However, Alexa…

Semiannual Meeting Recap: Announcing the New Disclaimer & Celebrating Momentum

April 30, 2018

AAHP hosted another successful meeting in March. Held in conjunction with Natural Products Expo West, the meeting brought AAHP members and nonmembers together to learn and network before they enjoyed the trade show floor. The biggest news came from AAHP’s president, Mark Land, who announced that all homeopathic manufacturers are now encouraged to use the…

Market View: Retailers Take Notice of Homeopathic Cough, Cold, and Flu Products

April 30, 2018

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Less is More: A Review of Machines that Potentize Homeopathic Medicines

April 24, 2018

In an age when technology becomes faster, smarter, and better, the science and art of crafting homeopathic medicines can be an exciting time. Part of this process, of course, relies on the potency of the medicines through the mechanization of homeopathic machines. Producing these medicines through automated processes improves the accuracy of the dose and…

2018 Board of Directors Action Plan

March 1, 2018

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Aconite: A Clinical Snapshot

February 27, 2018

By Todd Hoover, MD March 1, 2018 Aconitum napellus or Aconite is a commonly used homeopathic medicine for acute conditions. Also traditionally used as a poison for hunting, this herb is considerably toxic and must be handled with care. Common names include monkshood, wolf’s bane, and leopard’s bane (note that some of the same monikers…

President’s Outlook 2018

February 27, 2018

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