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botanics,

n.pl doctors who emerged from the eighteenth century Thomsonian botanical healing movement and expanded the range of herbal practices.
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Bard in the Botanics creative director Gordon Barr said: "With the issue of gay marriage dominating the headlines, there is no better time to enter this debate.
According to Carol Cheow, general manager, Cactus Botanics, recent studies show "that medical experts continue to seek powerful and effective immune-support natural ingredients that may be used to keep populations healthy through the immune system's ability to function optimally.
Television presenter John Craven had his first taste of the National Botanic Garden of Wales last week, and liked what he saw.
The Boots Botanics Pore Perfecting range is one of them and I've chosen the top four.
Cactus Botanics has introduced a line of standardized and customized milk thistle, a botanical with both a rich history of traditional use and modern research demonstrating its value to support the healthy structure and function of the liver.
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Cactus Botanics has launched a variety of grades of brown seaweed (Laminaria japonica) extract for the dietary supplement industry.