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Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Herbal products such as teas, dietary supplements, drugs and cosmetics are widely available in the United States and internationally. The botanical ingredients for these products come from all over the world and are obtained from both cultivated and wild-harvested plants. Many manufacturers produce some or all of their own herbal ingredients, while some buy these directly from farmers and collectors. Others obtain their herbal ingredients through distribution channels that can include several stages between the harvest of a plant and the manufacture of finished products that contain the plant or ingredients derived from the plant. Regardless of these trade variables, agricultural and collection practice has product quality, cultural, and environmental implications.
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