Potter's Herbal Supplies
Alphabetical lists of products trade names and active pharmaceutical ingredients from Potter's Herbal Supplies:
Local divisions of Potter's Herbal Supplies, its subsidiary companies, former and other common names:
Potter's Herbal Supplies Ltd
17 Jul 2010, 10:18
why cant i contact potterers herbal suplies ihave used dermacreme antiseptic for years now i cant find any please help
22 Sep 2010, 04:43
I need to know whether i can get comfrey root extract oinment for my joint pains. If you are the supplier please provide your adress in chennai.
16 Jul 2011, 01:51
how do i buy your bulk herbs in large quantities?
19 Aug 2011, 04:25
I've looked at all of Potter's Herbal supplies products. I notice Balm of Gilead Mixture is one of them.
Years ago I use to purchase that particular item from them as well as others.
I finally received a notice from them stating that the FDA here in the U.S. would not allow them to sell Balm of Gilead to U.S. customers. Of course I understood their reason immediately.
As far as I found out they do not make it any more. If that is the case, why is it listed above with all the other products?
If it is available, can it be purchased from Canada or Australia, or any other country?
I seek your assistance in this regard and trust to hear from you soon in regard to this product. Thank you!
01 Oct 2011, 21:37
Where could i buy Potter's skin clear ointment for mild acne ski 03L4 it really helps me but i haven't bought for alot of years and find the one i have is out of date
NR10 5PZ (Norfolk) England
04 Feb 2013, 21:05
The US FDA is nothing more than a "lap dog" of the giant pharmaceutical companies, and they will ban anything natural that is effective. Note that you can get around the FDA ban if you are ordering the herbal medicine for veterinary use. For example, if you are raising pigs (Sus Scrofa Domesticus)-- or you at least *SAY* you are, and that the herbal formula is clearly labeled "For Veterinary Use Only" by the supplier, then it will SAIL right through customs without a problem at all. Of course, you have to be smart about this-- never admit the product is for *YOU* and you will be fine.