In celebration of Women's History Month, we've launched the Women's Health Campaign to bring research and education to the areas of health affecting women. Historically, women have been underrepresented in clinical research and only recently did the NIH require studies to include women (National Institutes of Health, Revitalization Act of 1993).  

Women’s representation in research is vital in order to obtain more meaningful data that they can utilize in making decisions about their health. Our mission is to highlight women's health by helping women figure out which alternative medicines work best for them.

We're calling on women across the US to contribute to alternative medicine research so that collectively we can unlock the power of science to find the most effective treatments for you. When you sign up, you’ll be the first to know about research opportunities and educational resources on how alternative medicines can help women improve their health. We're on this journey together!