Natural Medicines Society
Natural Medicines Society is a British charity that helps to fund research into "natural" medicine. It was founded in 1986 and was very active in the 1990s. When it was founded, its aim was to promote the availability of alternative medicine products like homeopathy and herbal medicines. Then it was run from Ilkeston, Derbyshire. AGMs were in the Royal Overseas League in London, and attendance was in the hundreds. The list of patrons of the NMS was a list of the contemporary "great and the good" in the promotion of Natural Health. There was also a pioneering group called FLAG, Food Labelling AGenda, run from Hampton, Middlesex. Many of the patrons overlapped.
Jacyntha Crawley, Ki Publishing Co-operative and London Biorhythm Company
Lord Colwyn was the President and the Earl Baldwin of Bewdley was a patron of the society.
- Sharma, Ursula (1992). Complementary Medicine Today: Practitioners and Patients. Psychology Press. p. 104. ISBN 9780415047944. Search this book on
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