When the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) voted to ban herbal medicine for pets in November, some people wondered whether the herb would soon be legal to treat human health problems.
But now, the answer seems to be no.
That’s because the AVMA voted unanimously to oppose the bill, saying it was not supported by scientific evidence.
What’s more, it is likely that a number of herb makers would still want to continue selling their products for humans, even though the AVLA has removed their products from the market, because they are still marketed as herbal medicines and are not allowed to be used for human consumption.
The AVMA has said that it will not ban the use of any herb products that are not already banned, and that its vote was a precautionary measure.
Some herbalist organizations have been fighting to keep their products off the market for some time, and now, with the AVCLA’s decision, they are not alone.
Other organizations, such as the National Academy of Sciences, have said that they will continue to oppose any ban on herbal medicines for humans.
But while the AVLAS decision may seem like a setback, it doesn’t mean that herbal medicines are safe or effective for humans — at least, not yet.
In a statement, the AVMLA said that the vote was not meant to be an endorsement of any particular herbal medicine.
It said that there are “many different factors that may contribute to the adverse effects of herbal medicines, including the use or abuse of the products, and the potential for the use and abuse of certain constituents of herbal remedies.”
The AVMLAs decision is one of many rulings in recent years that have called into question whether herbal remedies should be allowed for use in humans.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned the sale of more than 10,000 herbal products in January 2016.
It has also made some changes to its regulations to help consumers make better informed choices.
In May, the FDA approved a new rule that would require all herbal products to be labeled with the active ingredient, the active component of a herb, the total number of active ingredients, the average dose per serving, and other information.
But it has also allowed manufacturers to sell herbal products without these additional labels.
So the FDA may not have a final decision on the herbal medicine labeling rules just yet.
The FDA also has recently taken a look at the ingredients of some herbal medicines to make sure they are safe and effective.
In the first phase of this process, the agency said that its new list of ingredients will be more comprehensive and will include more than 50 new ingredients, including some that have been banned in Europe.
But the FDA has not yet announced which herbal medicines will be on the list.
The herbal medicine rules are also being scrutinized by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, which is a non-profit group that advocates for scientific research in complementary and alternative medicine.
While the group has been critical of the FDA’s herbal medicine guidelines, it does not see the new rules as a setback.
“There is still plenty of scientific data that shows that herbal products can be effective and safe for human use,” said Dr. Richard K. Kooij, president and CEO of the center.
“We are confident that these new guidelines will have a meaningful impact on the market and in the health of consumers.”
The FDA’s new guidelines are not the first step toward the herbal medicines ban.
The agency also released new guidelines for how to use herbs in the first year after the new regulation went into effect.
In November, the new guidelines said that consumers should be wary of certain herbal medicines that have “dangerous or potentially harmful side effects.”
Those include certain herbal supplements that contain herbs with high levels of terpenes, or the active ingredients of those herbs, and those that contain a wide variety of herbs with different chemical properties.
It is important to note that these herbal medicines do not necessarily have to be toxic or have serious health problems if the herbs are used in a safe manner.
“The herbal medicines we have already made safe, are not unsafe,” the FDA said in a statement.
“They have been evaluated and approved for human therapeutic use by the Food and Drugs Administration (fda) for over 20 years.
They are safe, effective, and can be used safely for most people.
We will continue this process of assessing the safety of herbal products, reviewing the ingredients and their safety in human and animal studies, and updating the safety assessment annually.”
A number of herbalists and medical professionals, including scientists and physicians, have expressed concern about the new safety assessment process.
The new rules also include a requirement that the products contain a disclaimer that the herb is not a traditional Chinese medicine, which could lead to increased concerns about its safety.
Some researchers and herbalists have also questioned the way that the FDA uses the term “traditional Chinese medicine,” which they say is a marketing term that is misleading to consumers and does not mean that the herbs in question are from the same