The Varro E. "Tip" Tyler Papers (1926-2001)
Collection No. 18

Abstract

The Varro E. "Tip" Tyler Papers were donated after his death in 2001 by his widow, Virginia Tyler. The collection consists of Tyler's publications in various forms (manuscripts, reprints, and original copies), some correspondence, and some personal/professional materials, such as curriculum vitae, bibliographies, clippings, and memorabilia. Tyler was active professionally, and this aspect of his life is covered both by the publications, as well as the materials on his conferences and speaking engagements. The bulk of the collection is subject files, predominantly on various medicinal plants/herbs, which literally run A-Z.

Volume: approximately 50 lin. ft. in 98 boxes

Biographical Sketch

Varro E. "Tip" Tyler, ca 1985Varro E. "Tip" Tyler was born December 19, 1926 in Auburn, Nebraska, the son of a lawyer who also enjoyed botany, an enjoyment and passion he passed on to his son. Tyler had a classical education and learned to love history, poetry (which he could recite from memory - this is how he won over his future wife, Virginia "Ginny" Tyler), travel, and books. His first job was at the local corner drug store at the age of 12. He attended the University of Nebraska and was in the same fraternity as Johnny Carson, who would become famous in late-night television. His studies were briefly interrupted with a term of service in the army, but Tyler eventually completed a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at Nebraska, and then followed his mentor and friend, Arthur E. Schwarting, to the University of Connecticut, where he completed his Ph.D. in Pharmacognosy. His first teaching position was as Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pharmacognosy at the University of Nebraska. Lilly Distinguished Professor of Pharmacognosy, Emeritus, at Purdue University, Tyler died August 22, 2001, of a blood clot in the lungs, the morning after the Tylers' return from their annual sojourn in Germany and Austria.

 

Finding Aid and Organization of Collection February 1, 2013

Scope and Contents

Series and Subseries Listing

  • Series A: Personnel/Biographical Materials: Includes Curriculum Vitae, personnel records, bibliographies, clippings, and memorabilia. Approximately 1/2 box.
  • Series B: Correspondence: Professional correspondence, arranged alphabetically, including correspondence with organizations. The majority is with specific individuals. 3 1/2 boxes.
  • Series C: Publications
    • Subseries 1: Manuscripts: Contains manuscript versions of both articles and speeches. Includes a complete run of articles for Prevention magazine with drafts, research notes, and sometimes the published version of the magazine, Purdue Pharmacist articles from when Tyler was Dean, and dozens of other manuscript versions of articles. Manuscripts are grouped by publication venue when known, or alphabetically by title for undated materials, and by date for other articles and presentations (in manuscript format). 5.75 boxes.
    • Subseries 2: Projects and Editorial Boards: Contains materials relating to editorial boards and specialized herbal medicine boards and task forces, including Tyler's extensive work with the Council for Responsible Nutrition. Arranged chronologically. 1 box, 3 folders.
    • Subseries 3: Reprints and Photocopies: Contains reprints and copies of articles by Tyler on various topics. Undated materials are alphabetical by article title, dated materials are arranged chronologically to demonstrate progression of interests held by Tyler. Approximately 1/2 box
    • Subseries 4: Original Publications: These are publications in their original format/venue, rather than reprints or manuscript versions. Organized chronologically. Approximately 1 box.
  • Series D: Conferences, Speaking Engagements, and Travel: Includes presentation materials, such as transparencies, lecture notes/outlines. Undated materials arranged alphabetically by presentation title. Dated materials are arranged chronologically. 20 3/4 boxes.
  • Series E: Subject Files (A-Z) 65 1/4 boxes.

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Container List

Series A: Personnel/Biographical Materials

Box
File
Description
1
1
Curriculum Vitae
1
2
Handwritten list, possibly used for constructing a Curriculum Vitae, n.d.
1
3
EVPPA Contributions/Accomplishments, 1986-1990
1
4
Bibliography, 1951-1990
1
5
News clippings about Varro E. Tyler, 1980, 1984-6, 1990
1
6
Lists of early scientific publications
1
7
Purdue University personnel records miscellaneous), 1996
1
8
Honorary Membership, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Gamma Chapter, April 20, 1990, Purdue University
1
9
The Purdue Pharmacist, Summer 1997, contains article about Varro E. Tyler's retirement
1
10
Print of a Pharmacy Postage Stamp, n.d., no location

Series B: Correspondence

1
11
"Ba-Bon," 1997-2001
  • Ballantine Publishing
  • Baron-Faust, Rita
  • Barrett, Marilyn
  • Bayne, Holly
  • Beering, Stephen
  • Benshir, Rya
  • Better Homes and Gardens
  • Beutler, Jade
  • Black, Bethanne
  • Black, Curtis D.
  • Block, J. E.
  • Blumenthal, Mark
  • Bodenbach, Jill
  • Boik, John
  • Boldsaikhan, B.
  • Bond, Jenny T.
1
12
"Bor-Bu," 1997-2001
  • Borowitz, Joseph
  • Botanical Enterprises, Inc CBEI
  • Bottom Line/Health
  • Bottom Line/Personal
  • Bouldin, Alicia
  • Boyd, Eddie L.
  • Bratman, Steven (Prima Health)
  • Brody, Jane
  • Brown, Kristina (about)
  • Brown, Perry J.
  • Buck, Brian D.
  • Burley, F. William
  • Bussy, R. Kenneth
1
13
"Cal-Cas," 1997-2001
  • California Society of Health System Pharmacists (CSHP)
  • Calorie Control Council
  • Canadian Breast Cancer Research Initiative
  • Canes, David
  • Cantoria, Magdelena C.
  • Cardellina, John
  • Carlisle, Robert D. B.
  • Carper, Jean
  • Carr, Jelleff (Jeff)
  • Carte, Brad K.
  • Cassady, John M.
1
14
"Ch-Cu," 1997-2001
  • Chandler, Amy K.
  • Charfoos & Christensen, P. C.
  • Chavez, Mary L.
  • Chopra Center for Well-being
  • Cleland, Richard L.
  • Clemens, Roger
  • Compagine, Rose (Unapix Entertainment)
  • Complementary Therapies in Medicine
  • Comprehensive Care Center
  • Connecticut, State of
  • Connecticut, University of, School of Pharmacy
  • Consumer Reports
  • Cooking Light
  • Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association (CTFA)
  • Cotler, Robyn
  • Council on Renal Nutrition (CRN)
  • Coupe, George H.
  • Covington, Timothy R.
  • Cowen, David L.
  • Craker, Lyle E.
  • Croome, Ed
  • Crouch, Heidi
  • CSICOP - Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal
  • Cutler, Stephen
  • Cutshall, Tom
1
15
"D," 1997-2001
  • Davisson, V. Jo.
  • Dawson, Karen
  • Dekker - Agropedia reference set
  • Dentali, Steven
  • Deskovich, Mary
  • DeWitt, Karen
  • Diabetes Care
  • Dildy, Terry
  • Dolan, Rebecca W.
  • Doner, Kalia
  • Drug Topics
  • Duke, Jim
  • Durkin, Liz (Marcel Dekker, Inc.)
1
16
Dietary Supplements, Office of, 2000-2001
1
17
"E," 1996-2001
  • Eclectic Medical Publications
  • Economic Botany, Society for
  • Eddy, Esther D.
  • El-Olemy, Mahmoud M. (book reviews of Varro E. Tyler's works)
  • Ernst, Edzard
  • Euler, Ken
  • Euromed
  • Evers, William D.
2
1
"F," 1997-2001
  • Family Circle
  • Farnsworth, Norman
  • Federal Trade Commission
  • Feldman, Debbie L. (Family Safety & Health)
  • Fenn, Jim, about
  • Fernwood Botanic Garden
  • Ferrell, Joseph S.
  • Ferrosan
  • Fibromyalgia Health Letter
  • Flannery, Michael (Lloyd Library)
  • Food and Drug Administration (Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare)
  • Food-Medication Interactions
  • Ford, Henry, Hospital
  • Foreman, Judy
  • Foster, Steven
  • Franchin, Miriam K.
  • Fugh-Berman, Adriane (FDA)
2
2
"G," 1997-2001
  • Gehrmann, Beatrice
  • Gil, Gary A.
  • Glamour
  • Goble, Eva L (about)
  • Goldberg, Alicia
  • Gomez, Luis D.
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Goorley, John T.
  • Gröger, Stefan
  • Gross, Stephen M.
2
3
"H," 1997-2001
  • Hamburger, M.
  • Hardy, Mary
  • Harness, Jay
  • Harrison, Laird
  • Haworth Press
  • Health
  • Health and Human Services, Dept. of, NIH
  • Heinrich, Michael
  • Heinstein, Peter
  • Hellmich, Nanci
  • Hellwig, Jennifer
  • Helm, Kathy King
  • Himalayan Herbs for Health, Inc.
  • Hobbs, Jim
  • Hocking, George M.
  • Hollman, Arthur
  • Hook's American Drugstore Museum
  • Houghton, Peter J.
  • HRF
  • Huber, Don M.
  • Hufford, Charles
  • Hulebak, Karen L.
  • Hurley, Michael
  • Herbs for Health
2
4
"I," 1997-2001
  • Indiana State Dept. of Health
  • Institute of Medicine
  • International Journal of Integrative Medicine (Impakt Communications)
  • Interweave Press
  • Israelson, Loren D.
  • Iwu, Maurice M
2
5
"J," 1997-2000
  • Jacobson, Michael F.
  • Jellin, Jeff M.
  • Jibrin, Janis
  • Johnson, Justine
  • Johnson, Maurice C.
  • Johnston, Barbara (ABC)
  • Johnston, Patricia
  • Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
  • Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Jyoti, Mayank
2
6
"K," 1996-2000
  • Kahlenberg, Ann
  • Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
  • Katzenstein, Larry
  • Kava, Ruth
  • Kemper, F. H.
  • Kent & Spiegel
  • Kidney Care
  • Kim, Byong Kak
  • Kinghorn, A. Douglas
  • Kizer, Ken
  • Kjonaas, Tamara K.
  • Kliewer, Ken
  • Kneipp Werke Würzburg
  • Konopa & Murphy
  • Korn, Wendy
  • Koteski, Dorothy R.
  • Kronenberg, Fredi
  • Kurrus, Thomas W.
  • Kuruüzüm, Ayse
2
7
"L," 1997-2001
  • Ladner, Kerby E.
  • Lamplear, Sue
  • Lange, Dianne Partie
  • Lansky, Ephraim
  • Lasswell, Anita B.
  • LaValle, Jim
  • Lawson, Larry D.
  • LeBars, Pierre L.
  • Lepke, Janet
  • Leslie, Steven W.
  • Leung, Albert Y.
  • Lewis, Joel E.
  • Lightsey, David
  • Lilly Research Laboratories (Eli Lilly & Co.)
  • Lipman, Arthur G.
  • Long, Patricia
  • Lord, Jack
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Losey, Mary
  • Lugar, Richard G.
2
8
Lawyers, 1998 (Nature's Nutrition Formula One Lawsuit)
2
9
Lloyd Library: Mike Flannery and Jim Huizenga, 1997-1999 (see also Box 1, file 14)
2
10
Lloyd Library: Dennis Worthen, 1999-2001
2
11
Lloyd Library: Annual Reports, 1995-1998
3
1
Lloyd Library: Annual Reports, 1998-2001
3
2
"M," 1995-2001
  • McCaleb, Robert S.
  • McCrea, Molly
  • MacDermott, Frances
  • McGraw-Hill Publishing
  • McLaughlin, Jerry (about)
  • Martin, George R.
  • Marty, Alan T.
  • Maryland Dietetic Association
  • Matthews, H. B. (NIH)
  • Mecca, Dan
  • Men's Health
  • Mengucci, Mary Ellen
  • Mertens, Gilbert
  • Micromedex (Complementary and Alternative Medicine)
  • Misener, Terry R.
  • Misovic, Kathleen
  • Molstad, Clay L.
  • Montana, University of
  • Moriarty, Colleen
  • Mosaddegh, M.
  • Mousessian, Patrick
  • Murray, Michael T.
3
3
Mosby, Preface to herb book, 1996-1998
3
4
"N," 1976, 1997-2001
  • Nahrstadt, Adolf
  • National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM)
  • National Research Council
  • Nature's Sunshine Products
  • NBC
  • NCES
  • Nebraska, University of, Medical Center
  • New Jersey, UMD
  • Nieforth, Karl A.
  • Nisly, Nicole
  • Nephrology, Inc.
  • Nona, Daniel A. (about)
  • North Central Health Services
  • Novartis Consumer Health
  • Nutrition Forum
3
5
National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements, 1995-1999
3
6
"O," 1997-2000
  • El-Olemy, Mahmoud M. (see also Box 1, file 13)
  • Oliver, Justin
  • Ontengco, Delia C.
  • Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • Ott, Jonathan
3
7
"P," 1997-2001
  • Palesi, Sheryl, Men's Confidential/Men's Health
  • Pediatrics, Journal of
  • Pelton, Ross, Quantum Health
  • Penguin Putnam, Inc.
  • Perry, Christine, Tufts University
  • Pershing, Bruce, Purdue Research Foundation
  • Pezzuto, John M., University of Illinois, Chicago
  • Pharmaceutical Research
  • Pharmacy Today
  • Phytomed International
  • Pichon, Sharon, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
  • Planta Medica
  • Pletcher, Peggy
  • Poirier, Therese, Duquesne University
  • Prasad, Vikrim
  • Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, TX
  • Prima Publishing
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Professional Publishing
  • Pronsky, Zaneta
  • Pugno, Enrica
  • Purdue University
3
8
"R," 1997-2001
  • Ragnetti, Stacy
  • Rao, Linda
  • Raso, Jack
  • Reader's Digest
  • Rehnborg Center for Nutrition and Wellness
  • Reighard, Joy
  • Renner, John H.
  • Retail Pharmacy News
  • Rezits, Joseph
  • Rodale Publishing
  • Roeder, E.
  • Roizen, Michael F.
  • Rosenthal, Norman E.
  • Ross Products Division, Abbott Laboratories
  • Russo, Ethan
  • Rutgers Cooperative Extension
  • Rutgers University Press
3
9
"S," 1997-2001
  • Sabraw, Stacy - Living Fit
  • Sacred Heart Medical Center
  • Sagraves, Rosalie
  • Saint Louis Herb Society
  • St. Martin's Press
  • Salem Hospital
  • Samuelsson, Gunnar
  • Scheffer, J. J. C.
  • Schilcher, Heinz
  • Schmidt, Mathias
  • Science & Medicine
  • Scribner Publishing, Encyclopedia of Food
  • Semyen, Karen
  • Senior Life
  • Sesame Street Parents Magazine
  • Shattuck, Deborah
  • Shelton, Marilee
  • Shimada, Hiroko, about
  • Sievers, Hartwig, Phytolab
  • Simeone, Michael L.
  • Skeptical Inquirer
  • Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
  • Smith, Michael, Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine
  • Smith, Mickey and Mary
  • Society of Natural Pharmacy, Inc.
  • Somer, Elizabeth
  • Special Libraries Association
  • Spiers, Sarah Smedley
  • Stanten, Michele
  • Strong, Stephanie
  • Sukley, Bernadette
  • Svitil, Kathy
3
10
"T," 1996-1999
  • Taylor, Steve, University of Nebraska
  • Technology
  • Teltech Resource Network Corp.
  • Testa, Ronald G.
  • Thang, Mary, Health & Nutrition Letter, Tufts University
  • Thieme, Georg, Verlag
  • Tippo, Oswald
  • Tozer, James R.
  • Trimbo, Susan, Whitehall-Robins
  • Tsourounis, Candy, University of California, San Francisco
  • Tucker, Arthur O., Delaware State University
  • Tuite, Frances E., Talon Asset Mgmt.
  • Tullis, Nancy C.
  • Turner, Latonya, NBC Nashville
  • Tyler, Victor C.
3
11
"U," 1997-1999
  • Ulett, George
  • Unruh, Linda
  • Unverzagt, Frederick W.
  • Upton, Roy, American Herbal Pharmacopoeia
  • Utah Natural Products Alliance
3
12
"V," 1997-2000
  • Vanderzee, John
  • Vaughan, John
  • International Vegetarian Association Conference
  • Vincenzi, Frank - University of Washington
  • Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Visual Consent, Ltd.
4
1
"W," 1997-2000
  • W?, Jack
  • Walking
  • Wall, Monroe E.
  • Walters Group, The
  • Washington State University, Norman G. Lewis
  • Way, E. Leong, UCSF
  • Weaver, Connie M., about
  • "WebMD"
  • Wegener, Tankred
  • Weisburger, John H.
  • Wertzberger, Marsha C.
  • White, Linda B.
  • Wichtl, Max
  • Wilson, Craig
  • Wisconsin, University of, Madison
  • Wolf, Harold H.
  • World Congress on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants for Human Welfare, 2nd
  • Worthen, Dennis B. (see also Lloyd Library, Box 2, Files 7-10)
4
2
"Y" and "Z," 1993-2001 (not inclusive)
  • Yanchick, Victor A.
  • Yuen, Sylvia
  • Zaloudek, Mel
  • Zenk, M. H.
  • Ziemer, Paul L.
  • Zoeller, Larry

Series C: Publications

Subseries 1: Manuscripts

4
3
Prevention, "St. John's Wort," February 1997
4
4
Prevention, "Herbal Medicine 101," March 1997
4
5
Prevention, "The Bright Side of Black Cohosh," April 1997
4
6
Prevention, "Ephedra (Ma Huang)," March 1997 [?]
4
7
Prevention, "Grape Expectations," June 1997 [?]
4
8
Prevention, "Goldenseal," July 1997
4
9
Prevention, "Ginseng: King of Zing?" August 1997
4
10
Prevention, "A New Way to Lower Cholesterol," September 1997
4
11
Prevention, "Nature's Stressbuster," October 1997
4
12
Prevention, "Herbal Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia," [BPH], November 1997
4
13
Prevention, "Weight loss herbs: Do they work?" January 1998
4
14
Prevention, "Spotlight on Ginger," February 1998
4
15
Prevention, "Spotlight on Aloe," April 1998
4
16
Prevention, "Spotlight on Ginkgo," June 1998
5
1
Prevention, "10 Herbs Every Traveler Should Know," July 1998
5
2
Prevention, "Your Herbal First Aid Kit," August 1998
5
3
Prevention, "A User's Guide to Herb-Drug Interactions," September 1998
5
4
Prevention, "Milk Thistle: Common Weed, Uncommon Healing Power," October 1998
5
5
Prevention, "8 Golden Rules for Getting Your Best Herbal Remedies," November 1998
5
6
Prevention, "The Mystery of myrrh, frankincense, and gold...," December 1998
5
7
Prevention, "Want to ward off a cold or the flu? Try Echinacea, the native American remedy that's been the best selling herb in the country for three years in a row," January 1999
5
8
Prevention, "6 Hot Remedies from 1 Red Hot Pepper," February 1999[?]
5
9
Prevention, "Five Herbs that Ease Menopause," March 1999
5
10
Prevention, "6 Man-Loving Herbs that Really Work," April 1999
5
11
Prevention, "Read it Here First: The Next Herbal Superstars," May 1999
5
12
Prevention, "Six Herbs that Fight Kidney Stones," June 1999
5
13
Prevention, "7 Good-for-you Weeds," July 1999
5
14
Prevention, "Energy-Boosting Herbs," September 1999
5
15
Prevention, "Vanquish Varicose Veins," October 1999
6
1
Prevention, "The Miracle of Anti-Aging Herbs," November 1999
6
2
Prevention, "Nature's Surprising Antioxidants," December 1999
6
3
Prevention, "Herbal Medicine 2000," January 2000
6
4
Prevention, "Two Powerhouse Herbal Remedies Arrive in the US," February 2000
6
5
Prevention, "The Truth About Herb/Drug Interactions," March 2000
6
6
Prevention, "Medicinal Teas: What Works, What Doesn't," April 2000
6
7
Prevention, "Herbal Healing - As Close as Your Garden," May 2000
6
8
Prevention, "What's in a Name? Everything When it Comes to Herbs," June 2000
6
9
Prevention, "Sex Herbs? Oh Yes!" July 2000
6
10
Prevention, "St. John's Wort Update," August 2000
6
11
Prevention, "Two Weight Loss Herbs to Watch," September 2000
6
12
Prevention, "My Favorite Herb Books," October 2000
6
13
Prevention, "What Inquiring Minds Want to Know," November 2000, and "Meet the Mints," December 2000
6
14
Prevention, "Move Over Echinacea!" January 2001
6
15
Prevention, "Choose the Right Ginseng for You," February 2001
7
1
Prevention, "Super Aspirin - Why Not Super-Herbs?" March 2001
7
2
Prevention, "Herbal Hope for Cancer, Alzheimer's, and Prostate Disease," April 2001
7
3
Prevention, "Your Essential Herb Garden," May 2001[?]
7
4
Prevention, "Yummy Herb Teas," May 2001
7
5
Prevention, "FDA-Approved Herbal Medicine," June 2001
7
6
Prevention, "Miracle Herbs? Sorry, No," July 2001
7
7
Prevention, "Help Yourself to Healthy Bacteria," August 2001[?]
7
8
Prevention, "Prevent Cancer with Green Tea: Botanical Studies at New NIH Research Center Pays Off, Big Time," September 2001[?]
7
9
Prevention, "Drug-Free Hope for Type-2 Diabetes," October 2001[?]
7
10
Prevention, "Liver-loving Herbs," December 2001
7
11
Prevention, "Ayurvedic Medicine," Due July 2001
7
12
Prevention, "Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine," Due August 2001
7
13
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," n.d.
7
14
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," n.d.
7
15
[Purdue Pharmacist], "Dean's Column - Newsletter," n.d.
7
16
Purdue Pharmacist, "Pharmacy Career Opportunities," Spring 1977
7
17
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," June 1977
7
18
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," February 1980
7
19
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," October 1980
7
20
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," February 1982
7
21
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," August 1982
7
22
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," ca. 1983
7
23
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," Spring 1983
7
24
Purdue Pharmacist, "Dean's Column," May 1984
8
1
"Another Opportunity for Service, " n.d.
8
2
"'Body Building' Works," Nutrition Forum, n.d.
8
3
"Carpings of a Curmudgeon," #s 1, 2, and 4, n.d.
  • "Thick Skin"
  • "Thin and Smooth-Sliced"
  • "They don't fit Mr. Inbetween"
8
4
"Comments on the Safety and Efficacy of HerbaLife Products," n.d.
8
5
"Fictional Histories of Factual Herbal Remedies," n.d., long and short versions
8
6
"A Nation of Zymophobes," n.d.
8
7
"Pau D'Arco Herbal Tea," n.d.
8
8
"Varro E. Tyler," Retirement address [?], n.d.
8
9
"The World of Pharmacy," n.d.
8
10
"A Pharmaceutical Educator Looks at Pharmacy Technicians," 1968, Postgraduate Pharmacy Institute, Drake University, Des Moines, IA
8
11
"The Pharmacist as Communicator," 1968, Professional Pharmacy Clinic, Lafayette, IN
8
12
"Clinical Pharmacy in Community Practice," 1969, NACDS Pharmaceutical Conference, Chicago, IL
8
13
"Report of the Activities of American Association of College of Pharmacy," 1969, District 4, Oshkosh, WI
8
14
"Clinical Pharmacy and Community Practice," 1970, presented to Region IV, Student American Pharmaceutical Association, Lafayette, IN
8
15
"Greetings from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy," ca. 1970
8
16
"Pharmaceutical Education - Problems and Progress," 1970, presented to AACP-NABP, district 8 meeting, Honolulu, HI
8
17
"Present Educational Programs for Pharmacists," 1970, presented at National Conference for Pharmacists, San Francisco, CA
8
18
"Report of the Activities of American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy," 1970, District 4
8
19
Rho Chi Lecture, 1970, University of Kentucky, College of Pharmacy
8
20
"Trends in Pharmacy Education at Purdue University," 1970, presented at Pharmacy Building Dedication, Lafayette, IN
8
21
"Greetings and Remarks," March 1971, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, San Francisco, CA
8
22
"Mushroom Poisons," 1971, revision
8
23
"A New Approach to the Practical Experience Requirement in Pharmacy Education," 1971, Madison, WI
8
24
"Pharmaceutical Education and Community Practice," 1971, 17th Annual South Carolina Pharmacy Seminar, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
8
25
"Role of the Pharmacist: Traditional, Present, and Future," 1971, Presented to National Resources Advisory Committee - National Advisory Committee to Selective Service System, NY, NY
8
26
"Pharmacy - Today and Tomorrow," 1972, Keynote address, Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical Association, Lancaster, PA
8
27
"Pharmaceutical Education in North America," 1973, presented to Academic Section, 33rd International Congress of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden
8
28
"Too Much Health Care?" ca. 1974
8
29
"Interests and Concerns of the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education," 1974, presented to National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, Atlanta, GA
8
30
"Who has the Responsibility for Training Non-Professional Pharmacy Personnel?" 1974, presented to Army Pharmaceutical Services Management Course, Fort Sam Houston, TC
8
31
"A Review of the Activities of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy," ca. 1975
8
32
"A Matter of Progress," 1975, Kremer Lecture, University of Wisconsin, School of Pharmacy, Madison, WI
8
33
"Does the Pharmacists' Contemporary Role Now Require Use of Supportive Personnel?" 1975, Annual Convention of the Iowa Pharmaceutical Association, Des Moines, IA
8
34
"The Future of the Practice of Pharmacy and How Continuing Education Will Contribute to It," 1976, Roche Seminar, Richland Memorial Hospital, Columbia, SC
8
35
"The University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy - Its Past, Present, and Future," 1976, Dedication of College of Pharmacy Building, Omaha, NE
8
36
"Establishing a Climate Conducive to Service-Oriented Pharmacy Practice," 1977, Keynote address, District IV, NABP-AACP Meeting, Southfield, MI
8
37
"Folk Uses of Mushrooms - Medicoreligious Aspects," 1977, Mushrooms and Man Symposium, Lynn-Benton Community College, Albany, OR
8
38
"Report of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmacal Sciences, Purdue University, 1976-1977," 1977, Indiana Pharmaceutical Association
8
39
"Some Proposals for Research in Pharmacognosy," 1977, American Society of Pharmacognosy, Seattle, WA
8
40
"Pharmacy Education in North America," 1978
8
41
"Project for Progress," 1978, Spring Pharmacy Seminar, Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN
8
42
"Prosit," 1978, Town and Gown Club, West Lafayette, IN
8
43
"Drugs and the Elderly," 1979, Purdue Forever Club, West Lafayette, IN
8
44
"A Nation of Zymophobes," 1979
8
45
"A Prescription for Pharmacy," 1979, Rho Chi Lecture, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
8
46
Review of Major Medicinal Plants: Botany, Culture and Uses, Julia F. Morton, in JNP, 1979
8
47
"Are We Shortchanging the Pharmacy Student?" ca. 1980
8
48
"Political Hazards of Herbal Medications," ca. 1980s
8
49
"The Future of Pharmacy," 1980, Rho Chi Lecture, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
9
1
"The Pharm. D. as the First Degree," 1981, 27th Annual Stephen Wilson Pharmacy Seminar, Detroit, MI
9
2
Requests for and Permissions to Use Quotations in publications, 1981
9
3
"A Midsummer Night's Herbs," 1982
9
4
"The Potential of Higher Plants and Marine Organisms as a Source of New Pharmaceuticals," March 1982, Saudi Arabia, with John M. Cassady and Mikhail Antoun
9
5
"Starch Blockers - A Logical Approach," July 1982
9
6
"Devil's-Foot Root Remains Unidentified," 1983 [includes related correspondence]
9
7
"Boone County Purdue Club," 1984
9
8
"Centennial Address," 1984, 100th Anniversary of Purdue School of Pharmacy
9
9
Review article, Chicken Soup & Other Folk Remedies, Joan Wilen and Lydia Wilan, ca. 1984
9
10
"Introduction to Herbal Medicine," 1984
9
11
"President's Council Address: Drugs for the Future," 1984
9
12
"Crosscurrents of Curricular Control: Some Recommendations for Unsettled Times," 1985, Annual Report, with R. K. Chalmers, J. E. Goyan, G. E. Schumacher, and D. L. Sorby
9
13
"Herbal Crystallization Analysis - A Mystic Procedure," 1985
9
14
Review article, Health from God's Garden, Maria Treben, ca. 1986
9
15
"The Need for a New Way of Thinking in Pharmaceutical Education," ca. 1986
9
16
"Suma," Nutrition Forum, 1987
9
17
"Modern Herbalism - A Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde?," 1989
9
18
"The Future of Pharmacognosy," ca. 1990s
9
19
"The Academic Genealogy of A. E. Schwarting, Pharmacognosist," JNP, 1992 [includes reprints and correspondence]
9
20
"An Introduction," Commission E. Monographs, 1993
9
21
"Report on the 41st Annual Congress of Medicinal Plant Research," HerbalGram, 1993 [includes correspondence and conference program]
9
22
"The Future of Pharmacognosy," ca. 1994, presented at "GA Board" [?]
9
23
Herbs and Phytomedicinals, with Steven Foster, ca. 1994
9
24
Review article, In Service to American Pharmacy: The Professional Life of William Procter, Jr., Gregory Higby, 1994, in Journal of American History [includes reprint and correspondence]
9
25
"Herbs and Healthcare in the Twenty-first Century," Herbs for Health, 1995
9
26
"Chief Two Moon Meridas," Pharmacy in History, v. 37, no. 3, 1995
9
27
"Was Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound an Effective Remedy?" Pharmacy in History, 1995 [includes reprint, correspondence, and related materials]
9
28
"A Pharmaceutical Look at Functional Foods," presented at Functional Foods for Health, 5th Annual Retreat, Monticello, IL, May 20, 1996
9
29
"Product Definition Deficiencies in Clinical Studies of Herbal Medicines," ca. 1998
9
30
Letters to the Editor, JAMA, 1998
9
31
"Pharmacists and Phytomedicines," Pharmacy Today, ca. 1999
9
32
"The Quality of Herbal Products in the United States Today," ca. 1999
9
33
"Recognizing the Challenges," ca. 1999
9
34
"Product Definition Deficiencies in Clinical Studies of Herbal Medicines," Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine, 4(2), pp. 17-21, 2000
9
35
Book review, Medicine Quest: In Search of Nature's Healing Secrets, Mark Plotkin, ca, 2001
Subseries 2: Projects and Editorial Boards
10
1
Council for Responsible Nutrition, Select Botanicals Working Group, June-August, 1997
10
2
Council for Responsible Nutrition, CRN Reference on Botanicals, July 1997-February 1998
10
3
Council for Responsible Nutrition, Botanicals Working Group, July 1997-April 2001
10
4
Council for Responsible Nutrition, Botanicals Working Group, February-October, 1998
10
5
Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies (FACT), 1998-2000
11
1
Center for Human Nutrition - Task Force on Dietary Supplements, 1998-2001
11
2
Pharmaceutical Heritage, editorial board, 1999
11
3
Council for Responsible Nutrition, Herb Safety Review Board, 2001
Subseries 3: Reprints and Photocopies
11
4
"'Body Building' Herbs," Nutrition Forum, p. 23, n.d. [see also box 8, file 2]
11
5
"Greetings from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy," National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, pp. 66-68, n.d. [1970?, see also box 8, file 15]
11
6
"Not where we've been; but where we're going," Purdue University Perspectives, p. 9, n.d. [1984?, see also box 12, file 2]
11
7
"Chemical Characteristics of Plant Families of Medicinal Importance I. Dicotyledons," with C. I. Abou-Chaar, 1960
11
8
Lectures 1-3, The Journal of Pharmacy, 3(1), pp. 94-130, 1962
  • "Ergot Cultivation, an Example of Creative Research"
  • "Mushrooms, Pharmacognosy, and Creative Research"
  • "Alkaloid Metabolism and Biosynthesis"
11
9
"Protoalkaloids of Panaeolus Species," with A. H. Smith, 1963
11
10
"Conversion of Tryptophan to 2, 3-Dihydroxybenzoic Acid by Claviceps paspali," with K. Mothes and D. Gröger, Tetrahedron Letters, pp. 593-8, 1964
11
11
"Studies on the Physiology and Biosynthesis of Muscarine in Inoybe Species," International Symposium: Biochemie und Physiologie der Alkaloide, 1966
11
12
"A Program for Graduate Clinical Pharmacists," with Glen J. Sperandio, Hospital Management, 1968
11
13
"Biosynthesis of Ergot Alkaloids. Enzymatic Closure of Ring D of the Ergolene Nucleus," with E. O. Ogunlana, B. J. Wilson, and E. Ramstad, Chemical Communications, pp. 775-6, 1970
11
14
"Thermal Neutron Activation Analysis of Counterfeit and Genuine Japanese Postage Stamps," with R. R. Landolt, Radiochemistry, Radioanalytic Letters, 1970
11
15
"The Isolation of 6-Methoxytetrahydroharmon from Virola cuspidate and N-Monomethyltryptamine from Virola theiodora [1]," with John M. Cassady, M. Williams, and G. E. Blair, International Symposium: Biochemie und Physiologie der Alkaloide, 1972
11
16
"The Role of the Teacher in Pharmacy College Accreditation," Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, pp. 426-8, 1973
11
17
"Report of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmacal Sciences, Purdue University," The Indiana Pharmacist, pp. 303-4, 1975
11
18
"Financial Support for Graduate Education," Pharmaceutical Technology, pp. 8-9, 1978
11
19
"Are Generics a Drug on the Market?" The Journal of the Indiana State Medical Association, pp. 452-7, 1980
11
20
"Purdue Sets the Trend," Purdue Pharmacist, p. 5, May 1981
11
21
"A Brief History of Pharmacy Education in Indiana," The Indiana Pharmacist, pp. 268-9, 1983
11
22
"Why Many 'Health Foods' are Not Safe and Effective," Pharmacy Times, pp. 35-7 [incomplete], 1983
11
23
"The Potential of Higher Plants and Marine Organisms As A Source of New Pharmaceuticals," Proceedings of the 2nd Drug Symposium in Saudi Arabia on Pharmaceuticals in Developing Countries, pp. 469-86, 1984
11
24
[Title Unknown], The Yak Up Shinmoon, p. 47, 1984, with correspondence
11
25
Book review, Handbook of Natural Toxins: Volume 1, Plant and Fungal Toxins, by R. F. Keeler and A. T. Tu (editors), in Z. Pflanzenernaehr. Bodenk., 1985
11
26
Book review, Alkaloids: Chemical and Biological Perspectives. Volume 3, by S. William Pelletier, in Pharmacy International, p. 263, 1986
11
27
"Some Recent Advances in Herbal Medicines," Pharmacy International, pp. 203-7, August 1986.
11
28
Interview, "10 False Beliefs Damaging Image of True Herbalism," interviewed by Marie Hammock, "Gardens Section," San Francisco Examiner, p. E-6, 1989
11
29
"False Tenets of Paraherbalism," Nutrition 91/92, pp. 203-5, 1989
11
30
Book review, Health from God's Garden, by Maria Treben, in Nutrition Forum, p. 52, 1989 [see also box 9, file 14]
11
31
"Modern Herbalism - A Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde?" Herbs '89, pp. 147-65, 1989 [see also box 9, file 17]
11
32
"Ginkgo Extract: Miracle or ?" Nutrition Forum, pp. 23-4, 1991
11
33
Book review, Natural Healing with Herbs, by Humbert Santillo, Nutrition Forum, p. 32, 1991
11
34
"Herbal Remedies," Journal of Pharmacy Technology, pp. 214-20, 1995
11
35
"Why Pharmacists Should Not Sell Homeopathic Remedies," American Journal of Health-System Pharmacists, with Stephen Barnett, pp. 1004-6, 1995
11
36
"Pharmacists and Phytomedicines: A Natural Synergy," Pharmacy Today, p. 6, 1999
11
37
"Saw Palmetto Extract: Newest (And Oldest) Treatment Alternative for Men with Symptomatic Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia," with Leonard S. Marks, Urology, pp. 457-61, 1999
11
38
"Herbal Medicine: from the past to the future," Nutrition Society, pp. 447-52, 2000
11
39
"Herbal Medicine: from the past to the future," Public Health Nutrition, 3(4A), pp. 447-52, 2000 [dual publication?]
11
40
"Effects of Saw Palmetto Herbal Blend in Men with Symptomatic Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia," with numerous others, The Journal of Urology, pp. 1451-6, 2000
11
41
"Herbal Remedies for Those Cold Symptoms," New York Times, page unknown, [January 9?] 2001
11
42
"Tissue Effects of Saw Palmetto and Finasteride: Use of Biopsy Cores for insitu Quantification of Prostatic Androgens," Urology, pp. 999-1005, 2001
Subseries 4: Original Publications
11
43
"Present Educational Programs for Pharmacists," Conference Highlight, Challenge to Pharmacy in the 70's, pp. 14-5, September 1970
11
44
Proceedings of the Dedication of the New Pharmacy Building, November 1970, VET editor and contributor:
  • Foreword, p. ii
  • "A Message from the Dean," p. iv
  • "Trends in Pharmacy Education at Purdue University," pp. 22-7
  • "Dedication Remarks," pp. 95-7
11
45
"Clinical Pharmacy in the Curriculum," Wisconsin Pharmacy Extension Bulletin, pp. 1-5, 1971
11
46
"Solanaceous Narcotics - A Brief History," Pacific Information Service on Street Drugs, pp. 3-6, 1974
11
47
"What's New in Pharmacy Education?" Texas Pharmacy, pp. 14-6, March 1975
11
48
"The Role of the Pharm. D. in Pharmacy Today and in the Future," Proceedings, AACP & NABP 51st Annual Meeting of District Six, pp. 50-2, 1976
11
49
"Establishing a Climate Conducive to Service-Oriented Pharmacy Practice," Proceedings, NABP-AACP Distric Four, pp. 13-22, 1977 [see also box 8, file 36]
11
50
"A Firm Foundation," Interactions, pp. 8-9, 1977
11
51
"Purdue Pharmacy: The First Century," The Purdue Alumnus, pp. 2-4, 1979
11
52
"The Dean's Corner: Name of School to Change," The Purdue Pharmacist, p. 6, 1979
11
53
"The Dean's Corner: Purdue Sets the Trend," The Purdue Pharmacist, p. 5, 1981
11
54
"The Potential of Higher Plants and Marine Organisms as a Source of New Pharmaceuticals," with John M. Cassady and Mikhail Antoun, Abstracts, 2nd Drug Symposium in Saudi Arabia, p. 33, 1982 [see also box 9, file 4]
12
1
"The Shape of the Rho Chi Key," Report of Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society, pp. 7-11, 1983
12
2
"Not where we've been; but where we're going," Perspective 12, p. 9, 1984 [see also box 11, file 6]
12
3
"'...to celebrate the opportunities which lie ahead'," Purdue Alumnus, pp. 5-6, 1984
12
4
Herbalbum: An Anthology of Varicose Verse, by Jim Duke (1985), signed to VET
12
5
"The Dean's Column: Pharmacy in Germany," The Purdue Pharmacist, p. 1, 1985
12
6
"Annual Report: Purdue University School of Pharmacy and Pharmacal Sciences," Indiana Pharmacist, pp. 20-1, 1985
12
7
"What is the proper place of herbs in modern medicine?" ACSH News & Views, pp. 11-12, 15, 1988
12
8
NCAHF Newsletter, Jan-Feb 1990
12
9
"Herbal Remedies: How to Use Them Safely," Bottom Line: Personal, pp. 12-13, 1990
12
10
"Natural Remedies: Caution is the Watchword," Tomorrow's Pharmacist, pp. 13-15, 1997
12
11
"The Herbal Remedies Market," Chemtech, pp. 52-7, 1997
12
12
"Herbal Help for PMS," Bottom Line: Health, p. 7, 1998
12
13
"What constitutes a quality herbal extract," Prescription for Health, p. 2, and Natural Medicines Retailer, p. 2, 1999
12
14
"The Future of Botanical Drugs," Amigos Newsletters, pp. 9-12, 2000
12
15
"Garlic Power: Beneficial Effects Against Heart Disease...Infection...Cancer, Too," Bottom Line: Health, pp. 1-2, 2000
12
16
"Cat's Claw is promising for immune system," Prescription for Health, p. 2, and Natural Medicines Retailer, p.2, 2000
12
17
"A Tribute to Tip Tyler," Charles O. Rutledge, and "Giant Footprints," Linda Michael, Purdue Pharmacist, pp. 2-5, 2001 [posthumous memorial articles about Varro E. Tyler]
Series D: Conferences, Speaking Engagements, and Travel
12
18
"Aromatherapy," overhead transparencies, n.d.
12
19
"Basic Principles of Herbal Medicine for Pharmacists - A Review," overhead transparencies, n.d.
12
20
"Current Research on Botanicals," overhead transparencies, n.d.
12
21
"Herbal Weight-Loss Preparations: A Review," slide print-offs, n.d.
13
1
"Herbs and Phytomedicines Research," overhead transparencies, n.d.
13
2
"Herbs with Greatest Potential for Research, n.d.
13
3
Miscellaneous to go with slides, n.d.
13
4
"A Nation of Zymophobes," n.d.
13
5
"Phytomedicines - Back to the Future," notes for slides, n.d.
13
6
Provost interview notes?, n.d.
13
7
"Purdue: A Special Place," n.d.
13
8
"The Safe Practice of Herbal Medicine: What Are the Real Concerns?" n.d.
13
9
"Safety and Toxicity of Herbal Medicine," overhead transparencies, n.d.
13
10
Untitled food/cooking article, n.d.
13
11
Untitled limericks, n.d.
13
12
National Association of Boards of Pharmacy and American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, District 5 Annual Meeting, October 21-23, 1956, Fargo, ND
13
13
All Pharmacy Banquet, Speech, October 5, 1966
13
14
Rho Chi Lecture, May 3, 1967
13
15
Panhellenic Scholarship Banquet, Speech, March 8, 1969
13
16
Rho Chi Lecture, "Paul Kammerer," October 21, 1970
13
17
"Chemotaxonomy in the Basidiomycetes," Evolution in the Higher Basidiomycetes, An International Symposium, 1971
13
18
Visit to Parke-Davis, Purdue University, School of Pharmacy, photos, March 18-19, 1974
13
19
"The University of Nebraska College of Pharmacy - Its Past, Present, and Future," Dedication of new College of Pharmacy building, October 29, 1970
13
20
Rho Chi Lecture, November 5, 1976
13
21
"A Firm Foundation," University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy, Commencement, April 29, 1977
13
22
"Some Proposals for Research in Pharmacognosy," ASP annual banquet lecture, Seattle, WA, August 13, 1977
13
23
"Prosit," Town and Gown Club, W. Lafayette, IN, November 8, 1978, and to Monday Club by Ginny Tyler, January 30, 1989
13
24
"Senior Banquet," May 4, 1979
13
25
"Rewards of Scholarship," Phi Kappa Phi, April 5, 1982
13
26
Rho Chi Lecture, ca. 1983
13
27
"Rewards of Scholarship," Sanford Rho Chi, April 15, 1983
13
28
"Little Known Indiana," ca. 1983-4
13
29
"Little Known Indiana," May 1986
13
30
Books and Coffee, February 12, 1987
13
31
Invitation to speak, Agricultural Communicators in Education, Purdue University, March 22-4, 1987
13
32
Harrison Hall, Scholarship Banquet, March 23, 1987
13
33
Phi Kappa Phi, Invitation Banquet, April 6, 1987
13
34
"The Rewards of Scholarship," Honorary Degree Awarded, University of Nebraska, College of Pharmacy, May 9, 1987 [unfoldered degree behind folder in original presentation folder]
13
35
"Medicinal Plant Research: 1953-1987," Hovde Hall, Purdue University, ca. 1988
14
1
The Varro E. Tyler Lectures, 1987-96 {include flyers, correspondence, and programs - lectures by others]
  • Battersby, Alan R., "Biosynthesis of the Pigments of Life" and "Synthetic and Biosynthetic Studies on Vitamin B12," October 19-20, 1987
  • Benet, Leslie E., "Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of the Ideal Drug" and "Acyl Migration and Covalent Binding...," October 17-18, 1988
  • Carlsson, Arvid, "The Dopamine Hypothesis of Schizophrenia..." and "The Aging Brain and Its Disorders...," October 2-3, 1989
  • Donabedian, Avedis, "Defining and Assessing Quality in Health Care" and "Quality Assurance in Health Care," October 30-31, 1990
  • Cram, Donald J., "The Ins and Outs of Molecules Within Molecules" and "Structural Recognition in Complexation," October 14-15, 1991
  • Elion, Gertrude B., "The Purine Path to Chemotherapy" and "The Mechanisms of Selectivity of Antiviral Agents," October 5-6, 1992
  • Conney, Allan H., "Pharmacological Implications of Microsomal Enzyme Induction" and "Inhibitory Effects of Dietary Chemicals...," October 18-19, 1993
  • Brater, D. Craig, "Mechanisms of Diuretic Resistance" and "Health Professional Education and Health Care Reform," October 3-4, 1994
  • Koshland, Daniel E., "Conformational Changes: How Small is Big Enough" and "The Scientific Future...," October 16-17
  • Levy, Gerhard, "The Case for Preclinical Pharmacodynamics" and "Pharmacodynamic Variability...," October 14-15, 1996
14
2
"Modern Herbalism: A Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde?" Herbs '89, International Herb Growers and Marketers Association, July 22-25, 1989, San Jose, CA
14
3
"The Herbal Regulatory Dilemma: A Proposed Solution," Drugs Directorate Seminar Series, October 12, 1989, Ottowa, CAN
14
4
"European Phytomedicinals," ca. 1990s
14
5
"Fictional Histories of Factual Herbal Remedies," ca. 1990s
14
6
"An Introduction to the Medicinal Use of Botanicals," ca. 1990s
14
7
"If Wine is Sublime, This is Ridiculous," ca. 1990s, includes wine poetry
14
8
China, meeting with officials at Zhejiang University, a Purdue University partner, October 1990
14
9
Speech, Old Masters 1990, Purdue University, November 4-6, 1990
14
10
ACE Graduation, December 13, 1990
14
11
"Herbal Medicine at Home and Abroad," ca. 1991
14
12
"Lilly Distinguished Professor of Pharmacognosy," Award, May 17, 1991
14
13
Gesellschaft für Arzneipflanzenforschung, 39th Annual Congress, September 3-7, 1991, Saarbrücken, Germany
14
14
"Consequences of Current Herbal Regulations in the United States," First World Congress on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, July 19-25, 1992, Maastricht, The Netherlands
14
15
"The Role of Traditional Plants in Drug Development and Medical Practice in the United States," 4th International Congress on Phytotherapy, September 10-13, 1992, Munich, Germany
14
16
Annual lists of Speaking Engagements, 1993-97 (1994 not included)
14
17
"Effect of Regulations on Their Scientific Status and Use," ca. 1993
14
18
"Six Herbal Remedies with Significant Market Potential," presentation layout notes, ca. 1993
14
19
"Naturally Occurring Toxicants in Health Foods (Herbs)m" Washington State University, January 31-February 1, 1993, Pullman, WA
14
20
"Herbs and Phytomedicines Research," ca. 1994
14
21
"Laudatio für Detlef Gröger," March 25, 1994, Halle, Germany
14
22
"Comments on Kappa Psi," Kappa Psi Banquet, PMU East Faculty Lounge [Purdue?], April 12, 1994
14
23
"Folk Medicine," School of Pharmacy, University of West Virginia, 34th Annual Alumni Seminar, May 1, 1994, Morgantown, WV
14
24
"Herbal Medicine - Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," Merck Lecture, Raabe College of Pharmacy, Ohio Northern University, May 10, 1994, Ada, OH
14
25
"Titles in Alternative Medicine: What's Hot; What's Not!" Medical Library Association, May 16, 1994, San Antonio, TX
14
26
"Herbal Medicine - Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow," Herbs - Food, Flavor, Medicine Conference, Oregon Health Sciences University, May 20, 1994, Portland, OR
14
27
"Herbal Medicine: Facts and Fallacies," 17th Annual Arthur E. Schwarting Pharmacy Practice Symposium, University of Connecticut, May 25, 1994, Storrs, CT
15
1
"History of Pharmacy," course at Purdue University, #1, lectures, overheads, and miscellaneous - Ancient period, Spring 1994
15
2
"History of Pharmacy," course at Purdue University, #2, lectures, overheads, and miscellaneous - Europe-Early America, Spring 1994
15
3
"History of Pharmacy," course at Purdue University, #3, lectures, overheads, and miscellaneous - Drug Laws and development, Spring 1994
15
4
"Herbal Medicine: Facts and Fallacies," Tri-State Master Gardener Conference, Purdue University, July 13, 1994, W. Lafayette, IN
15
5
"Remarks on Herbal Regulation in the United States," 8th International Conference on Traditional Medicine and Folklore, August 20, 1994, St. John's, Newfoundland, CAN
15
6
Session Chair, Floss Reunion, August 26-28, 1994, Seattle, WA
15
7
"What you should know about Herbal Medicine," Dietetic Association, September 22, 1994, Westchester, NY
15
8
"Plant Drugs, Healing Herbs and Phytomedicinals: Rainforest Conference," Keynote address, prepared for print in HerbalGram, pp. 36-7, 44-6, October 23, 1994
15
9
Rainforest Keynote and Lectures, illustrations included, ca. 1995
15
10
"Therapeutic Effectiveness of Botanicals," ca. 1995
15
11
"Herbs: Truth or Consequences," College Mennonite Church, Goshen College Foods and Nutrition Program, (flyer), February 28, 1995
15
12
"Milestones of Pharmaceutical Botany, 1900-1962," Symposium on Milestones of Pharmaceutical Botany, American Institute of the History of Pharmacy, March 20, 1995, Orlando, FL
15
13
"The Green Hills of Earth," Phi Kappa Phi Address, April 10, 1995
15
14
Second International Pycnogenol Symposium, May 1995, Biarritz, France
16
1
"'Pharmacognosy'! What's That? You Spell it How?" Distinguished Economic Botanist, Lecture, Society for Economic Botany (includes journal with lecture), June 23-24, 1995, Ithaca, NY
16
2
"Herbs and Health Care in the Twenty-first Century," Otto Richter Memorial Lecture, 10th Annual International Herb Conference, Herbs '95, July 27-30, 1995, Chicago, IL
16
3
"Traditional Remedies for Prostate Problems," "Man-to-Man" Group, August 8, 1995, Lafayette, IN
16
4
"Herbs...Medicine or Magic!" Washington Association of Local WIC Agencies, August 15, 1995, Seattle, WA
16
5
"North American Indian Drugs - Fact or Fiction," International Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, University of Massachusetts, August 27-30, 1995, Amherst, MA
16
6
Gesellschaft für Arzneipflanzenforschung, September 3-7, 1995, Halle, Germany
16
7
"Briefing Materials for Food Products Containing Ephedrine Alkaloids," October 11-12, 1995 Washington, D.C. [folder 1]
16
8
"Briefing Materials for Food Products Containing Ephedrine Alkaloids," October 11-12, 1995, Washington, D.C. [folder 2]
17
1
"Rainforest Keynote Remarks," October 21, 1995, Amazon (Peru, Machu Picchu)
17
2
"Effects of Regulation of Herbal Medicines on Their Scientific Status and Use," ca. 1996
17
3
"Phytomedicine and Pharmacognosy in the United States," ca. 1996
17
4
"The Healing Power of Garlic - Myth or Fact," February 24-25, 1996, The Food News Seminar, Dallas, TX
17
5
"Medicinal Plants and Phytotherapy in the United States," March2-6, 1996, Budapest, Hungary, Semmelweis University of Medicine, Institute of Pharmacognosy
17
6
"Pharmocognosy: Current and Future Trends," March 28-29, 1996, Symposium - "Medicines: The Inside Story," Atlanta, GA
17
7
"What Physicians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," April 8, 1996, Gunderson Lutheran Clinic Physicians, LaCrosse, WI
17
8
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Therapy," April 17, 1996, Oklahoma State Dietetic Association, Oklahoma City, OK
17
9
"Botanicals And Cancer," April 20, 1996, Sixth Annual Abdol H. Islami, M.D. Memorial Symposium, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ
17
10
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," May 7, 1996, Industrial Waste Conference
17
11
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," May 7, 1996, Lafayette Rotary, West Lafayette, IN
17
12
Rosenthal Center for Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Continuing Medical Education Program, May 11-14, 1996
17
13
"Evaluating Herbal Therapies: What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," May 16, 1996, Pennsylvania Dietetic Association, Philadelphia, PA
17
14
"A Pharmaceutical Look at Functional Foods," Keynote Address, May 20-22, 1996, Functional Foods for Health 5th Annual Retreat, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL
17
15
"Drugs From Nature," Spring 1996, Elective Course, School of Pharmacy, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
18
1
"Everything You Wanted to Know About Herbs," June 7, 1996, 10th Annual Update for Dietitians, Salem, OR
18
2
"The Necessity of Establishing Quality Standards for Botanicals in the United States," July 6-10, 1996, United States Pharmacopeia Convention, Washington, D.C.
18
3
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," July 14, 1996, Carolee's Herb Farm, Hartford City, IN
18
4
"Aromatherapy and Human Health," August 5, 1996, International Training Program in Essential Oils: Advanced Studies, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
18
5
Consultation Meeting, August 17-20, 1996, Mikhail Antoun, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR
18
6
"Phytomedicines of Europe," August 25-29, 1996, American Chemical Society, Orlando, FL
18
7
August 25-29, 1996, American Chemical Society Conference, continued, Orlando, FL
18
8
44th Annual Congress of the Society for Medicinal Plant Research, September 3-7, 1996, Prague, Czech Republic
18
9
"Herbs and Cancer", September 3-7, 1996, Society for Medicinal Plant Research, Prague, Czech Republic, Overheads for Presentation
18
10
"The Path to Leadership in Phytomedicine," October 2, 1996, Council for Responsible Nutrition, Amelia Island, FL
18
11
"What Pharmacists Need to Know," October 6, 1996, Washington State Pharmacists Association, Seattle, WA
18
12
"How to Conduct Research on Botanicals: Herbs and Phytomedicinals," and "Phyto Equivalence...," October 10-11, 1996, Natural Formulary Conference, Washington, D.C.
18
13
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," October 11, 1996, U.S. Botanic Garden, Washington, D.C.
18
14
Pharmacy From the Rainforest Workshop, October 19-26, 1996, Amazon trip
19
1
"Herbal Medicine: What's Helpful, What's Hype!," November 13, 1996, The Contemporary Club, Indianapolis, IN
19
2
"What Pharmacists Should Know About Herbal Medicine," November 15, 1996, University of Mississippi, School of Pharmacy, University, MS
19
3
"Medicinal Plants," November 18, 1996, Horticultural Society of Indianapolis, Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
19
4
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," December 4, 1996, Maryland Dietetic Association, Columbia, MD
19
5
"Herbal Therapies," December 9, 1996, American Association of Health-Systems Pharmacists, New Orleans, LA
19
6
"Effects of Regulation of Herbal Medicines on Their Scientific Status and Use," December 12, 1996, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK
19
7
Future Meetings, 1997
19
8
Panelist, "Possible Opportunities for Developing Proprietary Botanical Products," January 27, 1997, Drug Information Association, Washington, D.C.
19
9
"Preventive Health: Herbal Medicine," February 5, 1997, Christ United Methodist Church, Lafayette, IN
19
10
"Basic Principles of Herbal Medicine," and "Basic Principles of Homeopathy," February 7 & 14, 1997, Lectures - Purdue University(?)
19
11
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," February 10, 1997, The Retired Officers Association, (TROA), Lafayette, IN
19
12
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," February 12, 1997, 26th Annual Albert Ebert Memorial Lecture,  University of Illinois, Chicago, College of Pharmacy, Rho Chi Honor Society, Chicago, IL (includes photographs of Varro E. Tyler and unknown others)
19
13
"Herbs", February 18, 1997, Food & Nutrition Extension Training, West Lafayette, IN
19
14
"Advanced Pharmacognosy: A First Step Towards a Modern Botanical," February 24-26, 1997, International Joint Symposium - Chemistry, Biological and Pharmacological Properties of Medicinal Plants from the Americas, Panama, Republic of Panama
19
15
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," March 3-4, 1997, Portland, OR (cancelled)
19
16
"What Pharmacists Should Know About Herbal Medicine," April 11-12, 1997, Nebraska Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Omaha, NE
20
1
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," April 15, 1997, Pennsylvania Dietetic Association, Pittsburgh, PA
20
2
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," April 18, 1997, New York State Dietetic Association, Syracuse, NY
20
3
"What Health Care Professionals Need to Know About Herbal Medicine," May 2, 1997, Rhode Island Dietetic Association, Warwich, RI
20
4
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," May 9-10, 1997, Michigan Dietetic Association, Frankenmuth, MI
20
5
"What Pharmacists Should Know About Herbal Medicine," June 16-17, 1997, University of Mississippi, University, MS
20
6
"Future of Herbs and Medicinal Plants in the U.S. and Europe and American Healthcare, " June 23, 1997, International Training Program on Aromatic and Medicinal Plants," Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
20
7
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," July 14-16, 1997, Florida Dietetic Association, Marco Island, FL
20
8
"Treating Disease and Illness," Panel, July 24, 1997, Hugh O'Brien Youth Foundation World Leadership Congress, Indianapolis, IN
20
9
38th Annual American Society of Pharmacognosy Meeting, July 26-30, 1997, Iowa City, IA
20
10
"Aromatherapy and Human Health," August 4, 1997, International Training Program in Essential Oils, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
20
11
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," September 29, 1997, University of Montana, Missoula, MT (includes other activities in which Varro E. Tyler participated)
20
12
"Gesellschaft für Arzneipflanzenforschung (GA), September 7-12, 1997, Regensburg, Germany
20
13
What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," October 2-3, 1997, Wisconsin Dietetic Association, Milwaukee, WI
20
14
"Botanical Medicines: Safety, Toxicity, Botanical Quality," and "European Phytomedicine," October 13-17, 1997, Botanical Medicine in Modern Clinical Practice, Columbia University, New York, NY
21
1
Amazon Botanical Medicine Trip, October 18-25, 1997, (cancelled)
21
2
"What Everyone Should Know About Herbal Medicines," October 29, 1997, Borad Ripple Library, Indianapolis, In, (cancelled)
21
3
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," November 1, 1997, 47th Annual Meeting, National Kidney Foundation, San Antonio, TX, (cancelled)
21
4
"Botanical Medicine in Modern Clinical Practice," November 7, 1997, St. Paul's 43rd Annual CME, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, (cancelled)
21
5
"What Physicians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," November 13, 1997, Beaver County Medical Society, Beaver, PA, (cancelled)
21
6
University of Southern California Lecture Series, November 16-19, 1997, Los Angeles, CA, (cancelled)
21
7
University of Mississippi, 1997 or 1998, Future meeting planned
21
8
Book Catalog & Herbs of Choice Table Handout Masters
21
9
"The Market for Herbal Medicinal Products," ca. 1998, transparencies
21
10
"Herbal Therapy, Healer or Hoax?," January 22, 1998, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI, (cancelled)
21
11
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," February 4-6, 1998, Georgia Dietetic Association, Athens, GA, (cancelled)
21
12
Michigan State University, 25th Annual Food and Nutrition Conference, March 11, 1998, (cancelled)
21
13
"What Pharmacists Should Know About Herbs," April 2-5, 1998, California Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Lake Tahoe, NE, (cancelled)
21
14
Washington State Dietetics Association, April 21-22, 1998, Couer d'Alene, ID, (cancelled)
21
15
St. Joseph's Medical Center of Stockton, May 12, 1998, Stockton, CA, (cancelled)
21
16
University of Connecticut, Honorary Degree Awarded, May 16-18, 1998, Storrs, CT, contains Varro E. Tyler's Commencement Address
21
17
"Botanical Medicine in Modern Clinical Practice," May 26-29, 1998, Columbia University, New York, NY, (cancelled)
21
18
Florida Dietetic Association, July 15, 1998, Palm Beach, FL, (cancelled)
21
19
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, July 18-20, 1998, Snowmass Village, CO
21
20
American Society of Pharmacognosy, July 19-24, 1998, Orlando, FL
21
21
"Quality of Herbal Medicinal Products in the U.S.A.," August 31-September 3, 1998, Gesellschaft für Arzneipflanzenforschung, Vienna, Austria
21
22
American Dietetic Association, October 19-22, 1998, Kansas City, MO, (declined)
21
23
"Radical Use of Herbal Therapies: What is the evidence, What Works?," November 23-24, 1998, 44th Annual St. Paul's CME for Primary Care Physicians, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
21
24
Indiana College of Clinical Pharmacy, November 17, 1998, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
22
1
"Herbs Affecting the Central Nervous System," November 8-11, 1998, Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops Conference, Phoenix, AZ
22
2
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," December 1-4, 1998, Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Southern California, School of Pharmacy, Los Angeles, CA
22
3
University of Exeter, December 10-12, 1998, (declined due to scheduling conflict)
22
4
"What Pharmacists Should Know About Herbal Medicine," ca. 1999
22
5
"Herbal Medicine: What You Should Know," January 26, 1999, Oncology Institute of Greater Lafayette, Lafayette, IN
22
6
Today Show, NBC, February, 19, 1999 (?), Manhattan, NY
22
7
"Herbals - Beyond the Basics," February 26, 1999, NACDS/Drug Store News Natural Health Conference, Chantilly, VA
22
8
"Introduction to Complementary Medicines," March 5-9, 1999, American Pharmaceutical Association 146th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX
22
9
"What Pharmacists Should Know About Herbal Medicine," March 19-21, 1999, California Society of Health-System Pharmacists, San Diego, CA
22
10
75th Anniversary Program, April 8-9, 1999, University of Florida, College of Pharmacy, Gainesville, FL
22
11
"Herbal Medicine - Back to the Future," April 29-May 1, 1999, American Society of Pharmacognosy, Tunica, MS, includes correspondence and manuscript for publication in the Journal of Natural Products
23
1
"The Market of Herbal Medicine Products in U.S.A.," May 6, 1999, Photopharmakon, 2000, Poznan, Poland
23
2
Honorary Degree, May 16, 1999, Purdue University, School of Pharmacy, West Lafayette, IN
23
3
Drug, Herb Interaction & Scientific Literature Review Panel, May 24-27, 1999, Botanical Medicine in Modern Clinical Practice, Columbia University, New York, NY
23
4
Session - "Recognising the Challenges," June 16-18, 1999, Herbal Medicine Into the Millennium Conference, Lismore, Australia
23
5
Distinguished Alumnus Award, June 26, 1999, University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE, (not attended)
23
6
"Alternative Therapies," Session, July 3-7, 1999, 100th American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Boston, MA, includes photographs of Varro E. Tyler
24
1
Session Chair, July 24-30, 1999, Joint Meeting American Society of Pharmacognosy, Association Francaise pour l'Enseignement et la Recherche en Pharmacognosie, Gesellschaft für Arzneipflanzenforschung, & Phytochemical Society of Europe, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
24
2
"What Pharmacists Should Know About Herbal Medicines," September 15, 1999, The Indiana Center for Pharmaceutical Care & Pharmacists Education Foundation, Indianapolis, IN
24
3
"Dietary Supplements - Consumer Concerns," October 21, 1999, North Central Association of Food and Drug Officials, Indianapolis, IN
24
4
Keynote Address, October 23-30, 1999, Pharmacy from the Rainforest, International Expedition, Amazon, Peru, "The Future of Botanical Drugs and the Rainforest"
24
5
Visit to University of Southern California, November 8-12, 1999, list and samples of possible presentations, Los Angeles, CA
24
6
"What You Should Know about Herbal Medicine," November 8-12, 1999, Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
24
7
Invitation to Speak, November 10-13, 1999, American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, (declined due to prior commitment)
24
8
"Overview of Herbs - Now and in 2021," November 18, 1999, "Just Leaves" Conference, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
24
9
Invitation to speak, December 6-8, 1999, International Symposium on Biologically Active Natural Products, Quezon City, Philippines, (declined due to prior commitment)
24
10
"Herbal Medicine into the New Millennium," December 1999, speech slides
24
11
"Dietary Supplements Herb - A View from the U.S., What We Need to Know," ca. 2000
24
12
"From Boom to Bust to ???," ca. 2000
24
13
"Herbal Medicine at the Crossroads: The Challenge of the Twenty-first Century," ca. 2000
24
14
"Rational Use of Herbs," February 9, 2000, Lafayette Medical Education Foundation, West Lafayette, IN
24
15
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," February 20, 2000, Pulse Communications, Oshkosh, WI
24
16
"Herbal Medicine: From The Past to the Future," March 2-3, 2000, Conference: "Efficacy and Safety of Medicinal Herbs," University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
25
1
Keynote Address, March 8, 2000, 29th Annual Food and Nutrition Conference, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, in conjunction with Michigan Herb Association, "What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," [includes matted art piece of the herb rosemary]
25
2
Kappa Psi Award Received, March 10-14, 2000, American Pharmaceutical Association Conference, Washington, D.C.
25
3
"Laws and Regulations Governing Medicinal Herbs: Their Effect on Current and Future Markets,"
25
4
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," April 10, 2000, Drake University, Des Moines, IA
25
5
"Natural Medicine: Market Update," April 13-14, 2000, Maryland Dietetics Association, Westminster, MD, & "What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine"
25
6
"Purdue Forever Speech," April 28, 2000, Guest Lecture, Purdue University, Alumni Dinner, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
25
7
Busting the Herb Myths Panel, May 9-10, 2000, Institute for Integrated Medicine, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital, Allentown, PA
25
8
Georgetown Market book signing, May 13, 2000, Indianapolis, IN
25
9
"Natural Medicine: Market Update," May 18, 2000, NCPA/CDMA/NHIA Conference/Expo, Cincinnati, OH
25
10
5th Annual Botanical Medicine in Modern Classical Practice," May 22-26, 2000, Columbia University, New York, NY
25
11
5th Annual Botanical Medicine in Modern Clinical Practice, May 22-26, 2000, Columbia University, New York, NY - Evaluations
26
1
"Herbal Medicine in the United States: Problems and Solutions," June 12-13, 2000, Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Cardiovascular, Lung, and Blood Research Workshop, Bethesda, MD
26
2
"Herbal Medicine: From the Past to the Future," June 19, 2000, International Training Program in New Crops: Aromatic and Medicinal Plants, Purdue University, Department of Horticulture, West Lafayette, IN
26
3
"Objections to the Addition of Herbs to Food Products," July 18, 2000, Center for Science in the Public Interest, News Conference, Washington, D.C.
26
4
"Lynn Brady - An Appreciation," July 22-26, 2000, American Society of Pharmacognosy, Seattle, WA
26
5
"The Herb Market Today & Tomorrow," August 22-23, 2000, Banner Pharmacaps Educational Symposium, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
26
6
Society for Medicinal Plant Research (GA), September 3-7, 2000, Zurich, Switzerland
26
7
Lichtwer Pharma AG, September 19-21, 2000, Berlin, Germany
26
8
Biosynthesis and Accumulation of Secondary Products Conference, September 24-27, 2000, Receipt of Honorary Degree, Martin Luther University, Halle, Germany
26
9
"Herbals as an Adjunct to Weight Loss," October 6, 2000, American Society of Bariatric Physicians, Educational Conference, Washington, D.C.
26
10
"Natural Medicine: Market Update," October 13-14, 2000, National Community Pharmacists Association, San Antonio, TX
27
1
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," October 17, 2000, Marqueta Huyck Lecture in Nutrition, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
27
2
Cornerstone Award, October 19, 2000, Hook's American Drugstore Museum, Indianapolis, IN
27
3
2000 Rho Chi Initiation Address, November 16, 2000, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
27
4
"Dietary Supplement - Herbs - A View from the U.S.: What We Know & What We Need to Know," December 1-7, 2000, Royal Society of Chemistry, London, UK
27
5
"Herbal Medicines: What We Know and What We Need to Know," January 11, 2001, American Chemical Society, and Science Writers Association of New York, New York, NY
27
6
"Hoosier Home Remedies," February 15, 2001, Indiana
27
7
"Herbal Medicine: Where have we been and Where are we going?," February 23, 2001, Purdue-UAB Botanicals Center Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
27
8
American Pharmaceutical Association, March 16-23, 2001, San Francisco, CA
27
9
"Herbs for Age - Related Health Problems," March 28, 2001, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
27
10
"The Safe Use of Herbal Medicines: What Are the Real Concerns," April 6-8, 2001, Nature's Medicine: Potions or Poisons Conference, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
27
11
"What Dietitians Should Know About Herbal Medicine," April 18-20, 2001, Georgia Dietetic Association, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA
27
12
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine," April 26, 2001, Borowitz Lecture
27
13
"Herbs and Plant-Derived Medicine for Treating Chronic Disease," May 12, 2001, St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI (cancelled by St. Norbert College)
27
14
"Safety & Toxicity," May 21-25, 2001, Botanical Medicine in Modern Clinical Practice, Columbia University, New York, NY
27
15
Keynote Address, June 5-14, 2001, International Seminar on Medicinal Plants and Quality Standardisation, Chennai, India
27
16
American Society of Pharmacognosy, July 14-18, 2001, Oaxaca, Mexico
27
17
"Medicinal Herbs: The Science Behind the Claims," July 23, 2001, panel at Society for Nutrition Education, Oakland, CA
28
1
"The Market for Herbal Medicine Products in the U.S.A." - Slides
28
2
"Role of the Pharmacist in Herbal Medicines" - Slides
28
3
"What You Should Know About Herbal Medicine" - Slides
28
4
"Weight Loss Herbs Lecture," New format, October 2000 - Slides
28
5
"Weight Loss Herbs Lecture," Old format - Slides
28
6
Miscellaneous Herb Slides
28
7
"Botanical Medicine in Medical Clinical Practice, Canada - Slides
28
8
"European Phytomedicines" - Slides
28
9
"Healing Power of Foods" - Slides
28
10
"Toxic Herbs," Followed Product Definition at Columbia, 2001 - Slides
28
11
"Back to the Future" - Slides
28
12
"Effects of Regulations on Scientific Status and Use of Herbs" - Slides
28
13
"Herbal Quality" - Slides
28
14
Page 2 - Slides
28
15
Page 3 - Slides, "Hallucinogenic Drug Hoaxes of the American Hippies"
28
16
"Hoosier Home Remedies" - Slides
28
17
"Herbs, Nutrition & Health" - Slides
28
18
"Unid'd," 1998 - Slides
28
19
Basic Lecture, ca. 1997 - Slides
28
20
American Chemical Society Talk - Old Slides
28
21
American Chemical Society - New Slides (duplicates)
29
1
Varro E. Tyler's Book Slides of Tracey L. Shaffer & Patricia M. Stein, Cartoons: Jim Smith, Layout: Keri Miller
29
2
Leiden, ca. 1987 - Slides
29
3
Extended Herb Lecture, Obsolete - Slides
29
4
Herb/Plants A-Z - Slides
30
1
Rho Chi Albert Ebert Memorial Lecture Plaque, February 12, 1997
31
1
University of Connecticut Honorary Doctor of Science Degree Plaque, May 17, 1998
32
1
Menu, Plates & Descriptions from an early flora (see also box 15)
33
1
"If Wine is Sublime, This is Ridiculous," September 2-6, 2001, GA, Erlangen, Germany (cancelled, Varro E. Tyler deceased August 2001)
33
2
"Issues in the Supplement Industry: Fact and Fiction," September 21-22, 2001, 3rd Annual Clinical Relevance of Medicinal Herbs and Nutritional Supplements in the Management of Major Medical Problems, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC - (cancelled, Varro E. Tyler deceased August 2001)
33
3
"Complementary and Alternative Medicine - CAM (With Special Emphasis on Herbs)," October 21, 2001, American Dietetic Association, St. Louis, MO (cancelled, Varro E. Tyler deceased August 2001)
33
4
Cat & Claw Presentation, November 8-11, 2001, American Society of Pharmacognosy Interim Meeting, Asilomar, CA (cancelled, Varro E. Tyler deceased August 2001)
33
5
Pharmacy Alumni Trip on the Danube, Game 2002, planning stages only, "What Pharmacists Should Know about Herbal Medicine"
Series E: Subject Files (A-Z)
33
6
Abortifacients
33
7
Absinthe (Artemesia Absinthium)
33
8
Acerola (Malpighia)
33
9
Aconite (Aconitum)
33
10
Acupuncture
33
11
Adaptogenic Herbs
33
12
Addiction, Drug (Treatment)
33
13
African Potato (Hypoxis Rooperi)
33
14
Albizzia Lebbeck
33
15
Aleurites
33
16
Alfalfa (Medicago Sativa)
33
17
Allergens in Foods and Herbs
33
18
Aloe (1 of 3)
34
1
Aloe (2 of 3)
34
2
Aloe (3 of 3)
34
3
Alternative Medicine
34
4
Alternative Medicine, Office Of
34
5
Althea (Althaea Officinalis)
34
6
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)
34
7
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS)
35
1
American Chestnut (Castanea denata)
35
2
American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (AIHP)
35
3
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1958
35
4
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1959
35
5
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1960
35
6
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1961
35
7
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1962
35
8
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1963
35
9
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1978
35
10
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1984
35
11
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1986
35
12
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1987
35
13
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1988
35
14
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1989
35
15
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1990
36
1
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1991
36
2
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1992
36
3
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1993
36
4
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1994
36
5
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1995
36
6
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1996
36
7
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1997
36
8
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1998
36
9
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 1999
36
10
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 2000
36
11
American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP) 2001
36
12
Amino Acid Mixtures
36
13
Ammi Majus L.
36
14
Amylase Inhibitors
36
15
Analytical Laboratories (1 of 2)
37
1
Analytical Laboratories (2 of 2)
37
2
Andrographs
37
3
Androstenedione
37
4
Angelica (Archangelica)
37
5
Angostura
37
6
Animal Remedies
37
7
Animal Testing
37
8
Animal Use of Plants as Medicine
37
9
Anise (Pimpinella Anisum)
37
10
Anthroposophic Drugs
37
11
Anti-Allergy Herbs
37
12
Anti-Aging Drug Frauds
37
13
Anti-Arthritis Herbs
37
14
Anti-Asthmatic Herbs
37
15
Anti-Autoimmune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Herbs
37
16
Anti-Bacterial Herbs
37
17
Anti-Cancer Mushrooms and Herbs (1 of 2)
38
1
Anti-Cancer Mushrooms and Herbs (2 of 2)
38
2
Anti-Cold and Flu (Influenza) Herbs
38
3
Anti-Cough Herbs (Antitussives)
38
4
Anti-Diabetic Herbs
38
5
Anti-Eczema Herbs
38
6
Anti-Fertility Herbs
38
7
Anti-Inflammatory Herbs
38
8
Anti-Irritable Bowel Syndrome
38
9
Anti-Malarials
38
10
Antioxidants
38
11
Anti-Snoring
38
12
Anti-Ulcer Herbs
38
13
Aphrodisiacs (Comprehensive)
38
14
April Fool Papers
39
1
Arginine - Herb Combinations
39
2
Arid-Land Herbs
39
3
Aristolochia
39
4
Arnica (Arnica Montana)
39
5
Aromatherapy
39
6
Artemisia Annua
39
7
Artichoke (Cynara Scolymus)
39
8
Asafetida (Ferula Assafoetida)
39
9
Ashwaganadha (Withania Somnifera)
39
10
Aspartame
39
11
Aspilia - used by Chimps
39
12
Associations, Pharmaceutical (Listing of)
39
13
Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus)
39
14
Astrology and Herbs
40
1
Athletic Performance, Herbs to enhance
40
2
Atractylodes
40
3
Aveloz (Euphorbia heterodoxa)
40
4
Avocado
40
5
Ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis Caapi)
40
6
Ayurvedic Medicines
40
7
Bach Flower Remedies
40
8
Bacopa (Bacopa Monnieri)
40
9
Bad Breath
40
10
Bag Balm
40
11
Baking Soda (Sodium bicarbonate)
40
12
Balm (Melissa Officinalis)
40
13
Bananas (Banana Peel)
40
14
Barberry
40
15
Barley (Hordeum Vulgar)
40
16
Bay (Laurus Nobilis)
40
17
Bayberry (Myrica Cerifera)
40
18
Benecol
40
19
Benign Prostatic hyperplasia
40
20
Best Products and Companies, Listings of
40
21
Betel Nut (Areca Catechu)
40
22
Betony (Stachys Officinalis)
40
23
Bias, Publications
40
24
Bible, Herbs of the
40
25
Bibliography - Herbs and Herbal Medicines
40
26
Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillis)
40
27
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
41
1
Bioflavanoids
41
2
BIOFIT Assays
41
3
Biotechnology
41
4
Birch (Betula L.)
41
5
Bishop's Weed (Ammi Majus)
41
6
Bitter Melon (Momordica Charantia)
41
7
Blackberry (Rubus Fruticosus)
41
8
Blackcaraway Seed (Nigella Satvia)
41
9
Black Cohosh, 1 of 2, (Cimicifuga racemosa)
41
10
Black Cohosh, 2 of 2 (Cimicifuga racemosa)
41
11
Black Pearls (Chiu Fong)
41
12
Black Walnut (Juglans nigra L.)
41
13
Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus L.)
41
14
Bloodroot, 1 of 2, (Sanguinaria Canadensis L.)
41
15
Bloodroot, 2 of 2, (Sanguinaria Canadensis L.)
42
1
Blueberry (Vaccinium myrtillus)
42
2
Blue Cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides)
42
3
Body Building Herbs
42
4
Boldo (Peumus boldus)
42
5
Bonemeal
42
6
Boneset (Eupatorium perfoliatum)
42
7
Books and Literature References
42
8
Borage (Borago officinalis)
42
9
Boswellia (Boswellia Serrata)
42
10
Botanical and Herb Review, Foster's
42
11
Botanical Codex Committee, Reports of
42
12
Botanical Gardens
42
13
Bran (Fiber)
43
1
Brindall Berry, 1 of 2, (Garcinia Cambogia)
43
2
Brindall Berry, 2 of 2, (Garcinia Cambogia)
43
3
Broad Bean (Vicia faba)
43
4
Bromelains
43
5
Broom (Cytisus scoparius L. )
43
6
Bryony (Bryonia alba)
43
7
Buchu (Agathosma betulina)
43
8
Bugleweed (Lycopus virginicus)
43
9
Bupleurum (Bupleurum falcatum)
43
10
Burdock (Arctium lappa L.)
43
11
Butcher's Broom (Ruscus Aculeatus L.)
43
12
Caffeine Beverages
43
13
Caffeine Containing Herbs
44
1
Calamus (Acorus Calamus L.)
44
2
Calcium
44
3
Calendula (Calendula Officinalis)
44
4
Camptotheca (Camptotheca acuminata)
44
5
Canaigre (Rumex hymenosepalus)
44
6
Cancer, Herbs for
44
7
Cancer and Vitamin C.
44
8
Canthaxanthin
44
9
Capiscum
44
10
Caraway Oil
44
11
Carcinogens
44
12
Cardiospermum
44
13
Cardiovascular Problems, Herbs for
44
14
Carnitine
44
15
Carob (Ceratonio Siliqua)
44
16
Cartoons, Herbal
45
1
Casomorphins, 1 of 2
45
2
Casomorphins, 2 of 2
45
3
Cassava (Manihot Utilissima)
45
4
Castor bean
45
5
Catfish Slime
45
6
Catnip (nepeta cataria)
45
7
Cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa)
45
8
Celandine (Chelidonium magus)
45
9
Celery (Apium graveoleus)
45
10
Celestian Seasonings (Herbal Tea)
45
11
Cellasene
46
1
Centaury (Centaurium erythraea)
46
2
Chamomile, 1 of 2
46
3
Chamomile, 2 of 2
46
4
Chamomile Data (Analysis of Samples
46
5
Chaparral (Larrea Tridentata)
46
6
Chaste tree berry (Vitex agnus-castus)
46
7
Chaya (Cnidoscoius Chayamansa)
46
8
Chick Pea (Ciera arietinum)
46
9
Chicken Soup
46
10
Chickweed (Stellaria media)
46
11
Chicory (Cichoriumintybus)
46
12
Children, Herbs for
46
13
Chinese cucumber (Trichosanthes Kirolowii)
47
1
Chinese Herbal Medicine - Articles
47
2
Chinese Herbal Medicine - use and regulations
47
3
Chitosan
47
4
Chocolate
47
5
Cholecystoknin (CCK)
47
6
Cholesterol, Health Effects of
47
7
Cholesterol in Plants
47
8
Cholesterol-lowering Herbs
47
9
Cholestin, 1 of 2
48
1
Cholestin, 2 of 2
48
2
Cholestin and other Pharmanex products
48
3
Choline
48
4
Chromium Picolinate
48
5
Chymodiactin
48
6
Cinchona (Quinine water, etc)
48
7
Cineraria Maritima
48
8
Cinnamon
48
9
Citronella
48
10
Citrus
48
11
Claims, Exaggerated or false
48
12
Clinical Studies
48
13
Clippings, misc.
48
14
Cloves (Eugenia caryophyllata)
48
15
Coca (Erythroxylum coca)
48
16
Coca Tea
48
17
Cockroaches
48
18
Cocklebur
48
19
Coenzyme Q10
48
20
Coffee (Caffea Arabica)
48
21
Colchicine (Colchicum autumnale)
48
22
Colds
48
23
Collinsonia
48
24
Colostrum
48
25
Coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara)
48
26
Commission E
48
27
Comfrey, 1 of 4 (Symphytum L.)
49
1
Comfrey, 2 of 4 (Symphytum L.)
49
2
Comfrey, 3 of 4 (Symphytum L.)
49
3
Comfrey, 4 of 4 (Symphytum L.)
49
4
Comprehensive Herb Articles
49
5
Consortium of Phytomedicinal Scientists
49
6
Consumer Reports, Health letters
49
7
Contaminated Herbs
50
1
Contraceptive Herbs
50
2
Copal
50
3
Copper Bracelets
50
4
Cordyceps (Cordyceps Sinensis)
50
5
Coriander (Coriandrum Sativum)
50
6
Corydalis
50
7
Cosmetics, Herbal
50
8
Cost, Drug Development
50
9
Cowitch (mucuna pruriens)
50
10
Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon)
50
11
Crataeva nurvala
50
12
Creatine
50
13
Crystals, gems and precious stones
50
14
Cultivation
50
15
Cumin
50
16
Curry Powder
50
17
Cyclooxgenase-2
50
18
Dahlia (Dahlia Cav.)
50
19
Damiana (Turnera diffusa var.aphrodisiaca)
50
20
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)
50
21
Databases, herbal
50
22
Deer Antlers
50
23
Definitions, herbal terminology
50
24
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)
50
25
Deodorant herbs
50
26
Depression
50
27
Dermatitis, Herbs for
50
28
Desert plants
50
29
Devil's Claw (Harpzgo phytum procumbens)
50
30
Devil's Club (Oplopanax horridus)
50
31
Devil's foot Root
51
1
Diazepam derivatives in nature
51
2
Diet Plans
51
3
1994 Dietary Supplement Act (DSHEA)
51
4
Dietary Supplements
51
5
Digestive System, Herbs for
51
6
Digitalis-like toxicity in herbal teas
51
7
Diuretic Herbs
51
8
Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO)
51
9
Doctrine of Signatures
51
10
Dogwood (Cornus L.)
51
11
Dongquai (Angelica sinensis)
51
12
Dosage of Herbs
51
13
Dragon's Blood (Croton lechleri)
51
14
Drug Discovery Chimps and general
51
15
Drug Pricing
51
16
Drug Testing
51
17
Drug Topics
52
1
Echinacea, 1 of 6 (Echinacea spp.)
52
2
Echinacea, 2 of 6 (Echinacea spp.)
52
3
Echinacea, 3 of 6 (Echinacea spp.)
52
4
Echinacea, 4 of 6 (Echinacea spp.)
52
5
Echinacea, 5 of 6 (Echinacea spp.)
52
6
Echinacea, 6 of 6 (Echinacea spp.)
53
1
Eclectic Medicine
53
2
Elecampane (Inula Helenium)
53
3
Electromagnetic Fields
53
4
Electro medicine
53
5
Eleuthero (Eleuthero coccus senticosus aka Siberian ginseng)
53
6
Elderberry (Sambucus spp)
53
7
Emblica Officinalis
53
8
Endangered Species
53
9
Epazote (Chenopodium ambrosiodes) also – Flatulence (in general)
53
10
Ephedra, 1 of 4
53
11
Ephedra, 2 of 4
54
1
Ephedra, 3 of 4
54
2
Ephedra, 4 of 4
54
3
Ephedrine
55
1
Epilobium spp.
55
2
Ergot (Claviceps purpurea)
55
3
Erroneous herbal information
55
4
Errors in herbal literature
55
5
Essiac Tea
55
6
Ethnobotany
55
7
Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.)
55
8
Evening Primrose, 1 of 2 (Oenothera biennis)
55
9
Evening Primrose, 2 of 2 (Oenothera biennis) From Susan
55
10
Eyebright (Euphrasia Officinalis)
55
11
Fast food
55
12
Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
56
1
Female complaints, Herbs for
56
2
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)
56
3
Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum)
56
4
Feverfew, 1 of 2 (tanacetum parthenium) (Chrysanthemum parthenium)
56
5
Feverfew, 2 of 2 (tanacetum parthenium) (Chrysanthemum parthenium)
56
6
Fiber
56
7
Fish oil (EPA - Eicosapentaenoic acid)
56
8
Flavonoids
56
9
Flaxseed (Linum usitatissimum)
56
10
Flor-Essence
56
11
Folk Remedies (mixed)
57
1
Formularies, Herbs in
57
2
Foster's Botannical and Herb Review
57
3
Fo-ti (polygonum multiflorum) ho Shou wu
57
4
Fo-Ti Tieng ®
57
5
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)
57
6
Frankincense (Boswellia spp.)
57
7
Free Radicals
57
8
Fructose
57
9
Fumitory (Fumaria officinallis L.)
57
10
Galactagogues
57
11
Galega
57
12
Galenical Prepartions (Herbal)
57
13
Garlic, 1 of 7
57
14
Garlic, 2 of 7
58
1
Garlic, 3 of 7
58
2
Garlic, 4 of 7
58
3
Garlic, 5 of 7
59
1
Garlic, 6 of 7
59
2
Garlic, 7 of 7
59
3
Gastrointestinal Problems, Herbs for
59
4
General Articles
59
5
Generally Recognized as safe list
59
6
Gentian (Gentiana lutea)
59
7
Geriatric Herbs
59
8
German Herb Research
59
9
Germander (Teucrium chamaedrys)
59
10
Germanium organic
59
11
Gesellschaft für Arzneipflanzenforschung
60
1
Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale)
60
2
Ginkgo, 1 of 5
60
3
Ginkgo, 2 of 5
61
1
Ginkgo, 3 of 5
61
2
Ginkgo, 4 of 5
61
3
Ginkgo, 5 of 5
61
4
Ginseng, 1 of 8
61
5
Ginseng, 2 of 8, with photographs
62
1
Ginseng, 3 of 8
62
2
Ginseng, 4 of 8
62
3
Ginseng, 5 of 8
62
4
Ginseng, 6 of 8
62
5
Ginseng, 7 of 8
63
1
Ginseng, 8 of 8
63
2
Ginseng and Diabetes
63
3
Ginseng, Indian
63
4
Ginseng, Tienchi
63
5
Glass Flowers
63
6
Glucan B
63
7
Glucomannan
63
8
Glucosamine and Chondroitin
63
9
Glutamine and Glutathione
63
10
Goethe and pharmacy
63
11
Goldenrod (Solidago L.)
63
12
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis L.)
63
13
Good manufacturing practices
63
14
Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica)
63
15
Grapefruit and Grapefruit seed extract
64
1
Grapes
64
2
Grape seed extract
64
3
Grindelia spp.
64
4
Guar Gum (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba)
64
5
Guarana (Paullinia cupana)
64
6
Guggul (Commiphora mukul)
64
7
Gymnema sylvestre
64
8
Hair analysis and hair restorers
64
9
Haiti, Herbs used in (Phytotherapie Haitienne nos simples)
64
10
Hallucinogenic Herbs
64
11
Hallucinogenic Hoaxes
64
12
Hauser, Gayelord - Health food advocate
64
13
Hawthorn (Crataegus spp.)
64
14
Headache
64
15
Heartburn
64
16
Hemp (Cannabis sativa)
64
17
Henna (Lawsoniamermis L.)
64
18
Hepatoprotective Herbs
64
19
Herb Companies
64
20
Herb Education - Platonic Academy of the Herb Renaissance
64
21
Herb Side Effects and Herb-Drug Interactions
64
22
Herb trade association & Herb Research foundation
64
23
Herb Quiz
65
1
Herbal Catalogs, 1 of 6
65
2
Herbal Catalogs, 2 of 6
65
3
Herbal Catalogs, 3 of 6
65
4
Herbal Catalogs, 4 of 6
65
5
Herbal Catalogs, 5 of 6
66
1
Herbal Catalogs, 6 of 6
66
2
Herbal Crystallization analysis
66
3
Herbal Gram
66
4
Herbalife clippings, etc.
66
5
Herbalife products
67
1
Herbalife Senate Hearing materials - May 14, 1986
67
2
Herbalists
67
3
Herbal Intoxicants (Comprehensive studies)
67
4
Herbal Literature
67
5
Herbal organizations
67
6
Herbal seeker
67
7
Herbal Quality, Studies of
68
1
Herbicidal Plants
68
2
Herbs, Best Selling
68
3
Herbs, Consulting on
68
4
Herbs, Listings of (Comprehensive) 1 of 2
68
5
Herbs, Listings of (Comprehensive) 2 of 2
68
6
Herbs, mixed, 1 of 5
68
7
Herbs, mixed, 2 of 5
68
8
Herbs, mixed, 3 of 5
69
1
Herbs, mixed, 4 of 5
69
2
Herbs, mixed, 5 of 5
69
3
Herbs, Nutrition, and Health Lecture outline
69
4
Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plants Newsletter
69
5
Herbs, Top Ten (Tyler's)
69
6
Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa)
69
7
Historic Pharmacists Articles
69
8
History of Medicine (Herbal Medicine)
69
9
Hoaxes and Myths
69
10
Homeopathy Lecture, Nick's class
69
11
Homeopathy, 1 of 4
70
1
Homeopathy, 2 of 4
70
2
Homeopathy, 3 of 4
70
3
Homeopathy, 4 of 4
70
4
Honey
70
5
Honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica)
70
6
Hops
70
7
Horehound (Marrubium vulgare)
70
8
Hormones
70
9
Horny goat weed (Epimedium spp.)
70
10
Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)
70
11
Horseradish (Amoracia rusticana)
71
1
Horsetail (Equisetum spp.)
71
2
Ho Shou Wu (Polygonum multiflorum)
71
3
Hospitals, Herb use in
71
4
Human Interest Herbal Stories
71
5
Humor (cartoons, etc.)
71
6
Huperzia (Huperzia serrata)
71
7
Hydrogen peroxide
71
8
Hyperbolic claims for herbal remedies
71
9
Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)
71
10
Iberogast ®
71
11
Iboga (Tabernanthe iboga)
71
12
Iceland moss and other Lichens
71
13
Immuno-Stimulating (non-specific) herbs
71
14
Impotence
71
15
Indian analgesics (narcotics)
71
16
Indian Frankincense (Boswellia Serrata)
71
17
Indian Herbs
71
18
Indian Mulberry (Morinda citrifolia)
71
19
Industry, herbal
71
20
Insecticidal Herbs (Insect repellant)
71
21
International Herb Growers and Marketers Association (IHGMA)
71
22
International Traditional Medicine Newsletter
71
23
Intra ™
71
24
Iridology
71
25
Ivy (Hedera helix)
71
26
Jaborandi (Pilocarpus spp.)
71
27
Jamu
71
28
Japanese official herbs
72
1
Java Tea (Orthosiphon aristatus)
72
2
Jimsonweed (Datura Stramonium)
72
3
Jin Bu Huan
72
4
Jojoba Oil
72
5
Jujube (Ziziphus mill)
72
6
Juniper (Juniperus communis)
72
7
Juven
72
8
Kampo (Japanese, medicine)
72
9
Kava (Piper methysticum)
72
10
Kelp (Laminaria)
72
11
Khat (Catha edulius)
72
12
Kickapoo Indian Dream Book
72
13
Kidney Disease, Herbs for
72
14
Km
72
15
Kneipp Products
72
16
Kombucha
73
1
Kudzu (Pueraria DC)
73
2
Kukitcha Tea (Bancha)
73
3
Labrador Tea (Ledum Palustre)
73
4
Lactobacillus
73
5
Lady's mantle (Alchemilla L.)
73
6
Laetrile
73
7
Lantana (Lantana camara)
73
8
Larch (Larix mill)
73
9
Lavender (Lavandula spp.)
73
10
Lawrence Review Index
73
11
Laws and Regulations, 1 of 2
73
12
Laws and Regulations, 2 of 2
73
13
Laws & Regulations – Canada
73
14
Laxative Herbs
74
1
Lecithin
74
2
Legal cases
74
3
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis)
74
4
Lettuce, wild (Lettuce opium)
74
5
Licorice, 1 of 2 (Glycyrrhiza giabra)
74
6
Licorice, 2 of 2 (Glycyrrhiza giabra)
74
7
Linden flowers (Tilia spp.)
74
8
Literature, Herbal (general)
74
9
Liver Disease, Herbs for
74
10
Lloyd, Curtis Gates
74
11
Lloyd, John Uri
75
1
Lobelia (Lobelia inflate)
75
2
Locust bean gum
75
3
"Long Hidden Friend" - The Journal of American Folklore
75
4
Lorenzo's oil
75
5
Lovage (Levisticum officianle)
75
6
Lycopene
75
7
Mabi Bark (Colubrina elliptica)
75
8
Maca (Lepidium meyenii)
75
9
Magnets
75
10
Magnolia (magnolia spp.)
75
11
Maitake (Grifola frondosa)
75
12
Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum)
75
13
Marapuama (Ptychopetalum olacoides)
75
14
Marigold (Calendula officinalis)
75
15
Marijuana (Cannabis sativa), 1 of 2
75
16
Marijuana (Cannabis sativa), 2 of 2
75
17
Marine Biology/Organisms
75
18
Marine Lipid Concentrate (Max EPA)
75
19
Market Statistics, 1 of 2
76
1
Market Statistics, 2 of 2
76
2
Marmot fat
76
3
Mastic tree (Pistacia lentiscus)
76
4
Mate (liex paraguariensis)
76
5
Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum)
76
6
Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)
76
7
Melatonin
76
8
Melissa (Melissa officinalis)
76
9
Menopause, Herbs for
76
10
Mentzella Cordifolia
76
11
Mesquite (Prosopis)
76
12
Meta-Analysis
76
13
Metal Contaminants in Herbal Remedies
76
14
Mexican Medicinal Plants
76
15
Mexican Folk medicine
76
16
Mexican yam (Dioscorea spp.)
76
17
Midsummer Herbs
76
18
Migraines, 1 of 2
77
1
Migraines, 2 of 2
77
2
Milk Thistle, 1 of 2 (Silybum marianum)
77
3
Milk Thistle, 2 of 2 (Silybum marianum)
77
4
Mineral Constituents of Herbs
77
5
Mistletoe (Phoradendron flavescens)
77
6
Mitogenic Plants
77
7
Monographs, Herbal
77
8
Mormon Tea (Ephedra Nevadensis)
77
9
Mother of Pearl
77
10
Mothes, Kurt
77
11
Mullein (Verbascum thapsus L.)
77
12
Mummy (film negatives included)
78
1
Mushrooms
78
2
Mustard
78
3
Myrrh (Commiphora molmol)
78
4
Nan kang Lin - Chinese Herbal formula for BPA
78
5
Narcotic Plants "Narcotic Plants and Stimulants of the Ancient Americans," W.C. Safford, 1917, Annual Report of the Bd. Of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution
78
6
Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus)
78
7
National Council Against health Fraud (NCAHF), Inc., Newsletter, 1 of 2, 1984-1992
78
8
National Council Against health Fraud (NCAHF), Inc., Newsletter, 2 of 2, 1993-2001
78
9
National Wellness Coalition
78
10
Natural and Organic
78
11
Natural Products as Drugs (Potential Speech)
78
12
Nature - all remedies
78
13
Naturopathy
79
1
Neem Tree (Azadirachta indica)
79
2
Nettle (Urtica dioica)
79
3
Neurolaena lobata
79
4
New Honest Herbal
79
5
New World plants; New World drugs
79
6
New Zealand Green lipped mussel (NZGLM) (Perna canaliculus)
79
7
Nicotine in plants
79
8
Night blooming cereus (Cactus grandiflorus)
79
9
Nomenclature - Nutrients (Foods) v. Drugs
79
10
Nonconventional Medicine
79
11
Nori (Morinda Citrifolia)
79
12
Norfolk Punch
79
13
Northern Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum mill.)
79
14
NR - A2
79
15
Nutmeg (myristica fragrans)
79
16
Nutraceuticals
79
17
Nutrition Information
79
18
Oats (Avena sativa)
79
19
Octacosanol
79
20
Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS)
79
21
Official (U.S.div. & N.F. Herbs)
79
22
Olibanum
79
23
Olive Leaf (Olea europea)
80
1
Onions
80
2
Opiate withdrawal, herbs for
80
3
Ophathalmology, plant drugs used in
80
4
Opuntia species
80
5
Oregano
80
6
Organizations, Health (Fraud and Anti-Fraud)
80
7
"Organic and Natural" Terminology
80
8
Orphan Drugs
80
9
Osage Orange (Maclura pomifera)
80
10
Osha' (Ligusticum porteri)
80
11
Otitis Media (middle ear infection)
80
12
Ouabain
80
13
OTC Drug Reviews (Over-the-counter)
80
14
OTC Medications
80
15
OTC Drugs, Newly Approved
80
16
Oyster Extract
80
17
Pacific Yew (Taxus brevifolia)
80
18
Padma 28
80
19
Pangamic Acid
80
20
Papaya (Carica papaya)
80
21
Paracelsus
80
22
Parsley (Petroselinum crispum)
80
23
Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata)
80
24
Patents
81
1
Patents and Patentability of Natural Products
81
2
Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)
81
3
PC - PES
81
4
Peer Review Process
81
5
Penicillin, "Moldy Marg.", etc.
81
6
Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) Eur. (Hedeoma pulegoides)
81
7
Pepcid AC
81
8
Pepper (Piper nigrum) [Black Pepper]
81
9
Pepper, green
81
10
Peppermint
81
11
Performance - Improving/Enhancing Herbs
81
12
Periwindle, common (Vinca minor) also Periwinkle, Madascar (Catharanthus roseus)
81
13
Pesticide Residues in herbs
81
14
Petasite (Butterbur)
81
15
Pharmacoepidemiology, herbal
81
16
Pharmacognosy, general
81
17
Pharmacognosy, history of
81
18
Pharmacognosy, history of - outline
82
1
Pharmacognosy - Phytotherapy, general articles
82
2
Pharmacological Evaluation
82
3
Pharma Print
82
4
Phen-fen
82
5
Phenylalanine
82
6
Photosensitizing Drugs
82
7
Phyllanthus
82
8
Phytochemicals
82
9
Phytodolor ®
82
10
Phytoequivalence (Quality of herbs)
82
11
"Phytoestrogens" - 1
82
12
"Phytoestrogens" - 2
82
13
Phytomedicines
83
1
Phytopharmacy
83
2
Phytophotodermatitis
83
3
Phytotherapy Research
83
4
Picrorrhiza kurroa
83
5
Pigments, Plant
83
6
Pimpernel
83
7
Pine
83
8
Pine Bark - Maritime
83
9
Pink Pepper (Schinus spp.)
83
10
Pinkham, Lydia E., Vegetable Compound
83
11
Piper longum (Indian Long Pepper)
83
12
Piper nigrum (Black Pepper)
83
13
Placebo Effect
83
14
Plant - derived medicines
83
15
Plantago spp. (Psyllium)
83
16
Plantain leaf (See also Plantago)
83
17
Pluto Water
84
1
Podophyllum (Podophyllum peltatum)
84
2
Poison Ivy (Toxicodendron radicans)
84
3
Poisonous Herbs
84
4
Policosanol
84
5
Pokeweed (Phytolacca americana)
84
6
Pollen, Propolis, and Royal Jelly
84
7
Poppy (Papaver somniferum)
84
8
Potassium in herbs
84
9
Potentila Tormentilla
84
10
Precatory Bean (Abrus precaterious)
84
11
Pregnancy
84
12
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
84
13
Prevention
84
14
Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum spp.)
84
15
Probiotics
84
16
Propolis (See also "Pollen, Propolis and Royal Jelly")
84
17
Prostaglandins
84
18
Prostate Cancer
84
19
Prostex
84
20
Procaine Hydrochloride
84
21
Proprietary Herbal Products
84
22
Protein Supplements
84
23
Prune Juice
84
24
Psoriasis - treating Herbs
84
25
Psychiatric Herbs
84
26
Psychotropic Herbs (various minor ones)
84
27
Psyllium
84
28
Pumpkin (Cucurbita Pepo)
84
29
Puncture Vine (Tribulus terrestris)
84
30
Purslane (Portulaca oleracea)
85
1
Pycnogenol
85
2
Pygeum (Pygeum africanum, Prunus africanum)
85
3
Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids - Comprehensive
85
4
QUACK BUSTERS
85
5
Quackery
85
6
Quackery - General
85
7
Quality Control
85
8
Quinine
85
9
Rain Forests - Search for Drugs in
86
1
Raspberry (Rubus idaeus)
86
2
Raspberry Tea April '86
86
3
Rattlesnake
86
4
Rauwolfia
86
5
Reasonable Certainty, Letter establishing doctrine of
86
6
Recipes, Remedies, & Reflections by Harry Emerick
86
7
Red Bush Tea (Aspalathus linearis)
86
8
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)
86
9
Reishi Mushroom
86
10
REJUVEX
86
11
Rhodiola
86
12
RHUBARB
86
13
Rhus Dermatitis Treatments
86
14
Rice Bran
86
15
ROLFING
86
16
Rosary Pea (Abrusprecatorius L.)
86
17
Rose Hips (Rosa canina)
86
18
Rosemary
86
19
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officianalis)
86
20
Rue (Ruta graveolens)
86
21
Rusby, Henry H.
86
22
SAFFRON
86
23
Sage (Salvia officianalis)
87
1
St. John's Wort, 1 of 8 (Hypericum perforatum)
87
2
St. John's Wort, 2 of 8 (Hypericum perforatum)
87
3
St. John's Wort, 3 of 8 (Hypericum perforatum)
87
4
St. John's Wort, 4 of 8 (Hypericum perforatum)
87
5
St. John's Wort, 5 of 8 (Hypericum perforatum)
88
1
St. John's Wort, 6 of 8 (Hypericum perforatum)
88
2
St. John's Wort, 7 of 8 (Hypericum perforatum)
88
3
St. John's Wort, 8 of 8 (Hypericum perforatum)
88
4
Salt
88
5
Salvia miltiorrhiza
88
6
SAMe
88
7
Saponine
88
8
Sarsaparilla
88
9
Sassafras (Sassafras albidum)
88
10
Savory (Satureja spp.)
89
1
Saw Palmetto, 1 of 4 (Serenoa replens)
89
2
Saw Palmetto, 2 of 4 (Serenoa replens)
89
3
Saw Palmetto, 3 of 4 (Serenoa replens)
89
4
Saw Palmetto, 4 of 4 (Serenoa replens)
89
5
Schizandra (Schizandra chinensis)
89
6
Schoenenberger's Plant Juices
89
7
Scotch Whiskey
89
8
Screening of Drugs, Automated Methods
90
1
Sculleap (Scutellarias laterifolia)
90
2
Sea Buckthorn
90
3
Seaweed
90
4
Sedative and Hypnotic Herbs – Comprehensive
90
5
Selenium
90
6
Senecio spp.
90
7
Senega Snakeroot (Polygala senega)
90
8
Senna (Cassia spp.)
90
9
Sesame Seed (Sesamum indicum)
90
10
Shaman
90
11
Shaperite Concepts, Ltd. (Propaganda)
90
12
Shark Cartilage
90
13
Side Effects of Drugs
90
14
Silica
90
15
Silver, Colloidal
90
16
Sinupret
90
17
Skin Problems, Herbs used for
90
18
Skullcap (Scutellaria laterifolia)
90
19
Sleep Aids
90
20
Slippery Elm (Ulmus fulva)
90
21
"Smart" Drugs
90
22
Smoking Deterrents
90
23
Snack Foods and Beverages, Herbs in
90
24
Snails and Slugs
90
25
SOMA
91
1
Soy Beans (Glycine hispida)
91
2
Spearmint (Mentha spicata)
91
3
Spices
91
4
Spicebush
91
5
Spinach (Spinacia oleracea)
91
6
Spiraea
91
7
Spirulina (Spirulina spp.)
91
8
Spirulina
91
9
SPORTS
91
10
Sports Supplements
91
11
SQUILL
91
12
Standardization of Herbal Products
91
13
Star anise (Illicium verum)
91
14
Statistics, Health
91
15
Stephania (Stephania spp.)
91
16
Sterols
91
17
Stevia
91
18
Stimulating Herbs
91
19
Sugar
91
20
Sulfites
91
21
Suma (Pfaffia paniculata)
91
22
Sumac
92
1
Sundew (Drosera rotundifolia)
92
2
Sunflower
92
3
Sunrider Products
92
4
Superoxide Dismutase (S.O.D.)
92
5
Sweet Away (Gymnema sylvestre)
92
6
Taheebo Tea (Tabebuia spp.)
92
7
Tannins and Tannin-Containing Drugs
92
8
Tansy (Chrysanthemum vulgare)
92
9
Taste of Teas
92
10
Teas, Diet
92
11
Tea, 1 of 3 (Camelia sinensis)
92
12
Tea, 2 of 3 (Camelia sinensis)
92
13
Tea, 3 of 3 (Camelia sinensis)
93
1
Teas, Mixed
93
2
Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)
93
3
Terminalia beleria
93
4
Terminalia chebula
93
5
Terminalia beleria
93
6
Terminology (Natural Organic, Health, etc.)
93
7
Therapeutic Classification of Herbs
93
8
Thioctic acid (a-lipoic acid)
93
9
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
93
10
Tiger Balm
93
11
Toad (Bufo spp.)
93
12
TOBACCO and Nicotine - containing Plants
93
13
Tomatoes
93
14
Tonka Beans (Dipteryx adorata)
93
15
Top 200 (Best-selling Rx drugs)
94
1
Toxic Compounds in Plants (Comprehensive Listing) Also short articles (1 of 5)
94
2
Toxic Compounds in Plants (Comprehensive Listing) Also short articles (2 of 5)
94
3
Toxic Compounds in Plants (Comprehensive Listing) Also short articles (3 of 5)
94
4
Toxic Compounds in Plants (Comprehensive Listing) Also short articles (4 of 5)
94
5
Toxic Compounds in Plants (Comprehensive Listing) Also short articles (5 of 5)
94
6
Toxicology/Toxicity
94
7
Traditional Medicine - Newsletter, Medicine Healers
94
8
Tricosanthes
94
9
Triphala (1 of 2)
94
10
Triphala (2 of 2)
94
11
Tripterygium (1 of 2)
94
12
Tripterygium (2 of 2)
95
1
Tryptophan
95
2
Tulips
95
3
Turmeric (Curcuma longa)
95
4
Unconventional Medicine
95
5
Unicaria spp.
95
6
(Unicaria tomentosa)
95
7
U.S.P. and N.I. Plants Drugs (Check List)
95
8
USP Botanical Standards
95
9
U.S.P., herbs of interest to
95
10
Urinary Incontinence
95
11
Urology Plants
95
12
Uterine Tonic Herbs
95
13
Uva Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)
95
14
Uzara Root (Xysmalobuim undulatum)
95
15
Valerian (1 of 4)
95
16
Valerian (Valerian specis) (2 of 4)
95
17
Valerian (Valerian specis) (3 of 4)
96
1
Valerian (Valerian specis) (4 of 4)
96
2
Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia)
96
3
Venus's-Fly Trap (Dionaca muscipula) (Carnivora)
96
4
Verbena spp.
96
5
Veterinary Herbal Preparations
96
6
Viagra
96
7
Vinegar
96
8
Violet
96
9
Vitalogy
96
10
Vitamins
96
11
Vitamin A
96
12
Vitamin C
96
13
Vitamin E
96
14
Vitamin O
96
15
Vitamins and Minerals (OTC Restrictions) (Megatherapy, Toxicity, etc.)
96
16
Vitex agnus castus
96
17
Volatile Oils - Comprehensive
96
18
Voodoo Medicine - Voodoo Herb file (1 of 6)
96
19
Voodoo Medicine - Voodoo Herb file (2 of 6)
97
1
Voodoo Medicine - Voodoo Herb file (3 of 6)
97
2
Voodoo Medicine - Voodoo Herb file (4 of 6)
97
3
Voodoo Medicine - Voodoo Herb file (5 of 6)
97
4
Voodoo Medicine - Voodoo Herb file (6 of 6)
97
5
Wart Removal, Herbs used for
97
6
Water (Various types)
97
7
Weights of Teaspoonfuls of Crude drugs
97
8
Weight Reduction Products (1 of 5)
97
9
Weight Reduction Products (2 of 5)
97
10
Weight Reduction Products (3 of 5)
97
11
Weight Reduction Products (4 of 5)
97
12
Weight Reduction Products (5 of 5)
98
1
Wheatgrass
98
2
White Cohosh (Actea alba)
98
3
Wild Ginger
98
4
Wildcrafting Herbs
98
5
Willow, White (Salix alba) Willow, various spp.
98
6
Wine
98
7
Wintergreen (Taultheria procumbens)
98
8
Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana)
98
9
WITCHES PHARMACOPOEIA
98
10
Witch's Drugs - Middle Ages
98
11
Women, Herbs for (Mostly bad advice)
98
12
WHO (Guidelines)
98
13
WOODRUFF, SWEET
98
14
Yam (Diascorea spp.)
98
15
Yarrow (Achillea miltefolium)
98
16
Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
98
17
Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus)
98
18
Yew (Taxus spp.)
98
19
Yogurt (Probiotics)
98
20
Yohimbine
98
21
Yuan-Hsing
98
22
Yucca (Yucca species)
98
23
Zinc

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