CMA Approved Suppliers

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CMA Approved Suppliers

The Complementary Medical Association (The CMA) has awarded "CMA Approved Supplier” status to a select number of suppliers and companies in the Complementary Medical and Natural HealthCare fields – companies that produce exceptional products and services.

While The Complementary Medical Association (The CMA) does not endorse products, we do believe that it is helpful for us to help consumers and practitioners to find their way through the maze of products available by carefully examining a supplier's products AND their company. In order for a company to be accepted by The CMA as a CMA Approved Supplier, the company needs to demonstrate a genuine commitment to ethical trading, safety, sustainability, excellence of products and services.  In addition, the company will need to demonstrate that they have a genuine desire to contribute towards the development and growth of the complementary medical and natural health sector.  

The Elite

Only the very best companies are selected to become CMA Approved Suppliers - and this designation is something that a company can be truly proud of - it is a great achievement!

 

Note: All claims and statements about the efficacy of supplements and products are the sole responsibility of the supplier concerned and are not endorsed or approved by The Complementary Medical Association.  If you would like clarification of a claim of efficacy please contact the supplier directly.

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