Breitbart News is reporting that Mexico is now selling herbal medicine books online.
A recent report in La Jornada newspaper revealed that the drugstore chain, El Primero, is selling over 4,000 herbal medicine textbooks for about $300.
El Primeros is the largest herbal medicine chain in the country.
The newspaper said that the herbal medicine store chain is in the process of opening its second Mexican branch.
The El Primeros herbal medicine brand is also known as The Natural Medicine.
The herbal medicine market is expected to grow exponentially in the future.
Breitbart News reported that the new branch of El Primera, which is located in Ciudad Juárez, will offer an array of herbal medicine products for sale including: herbal tea, herbal coffee, herbal shampoo, herbal creams, herbal gels, herbal lotions, herbal toners, herbal teas, herbal oil, herbal pills, herbal baths, herbal sprays, herbal skin care, herbal hair care, and herbal deodorants.
La Jornad claimed that El Primerios herbal store chain has been selling herbal products for over 100 years and is among the largest online herbal medicine shops in Mexico.
According to La Jorns report, El primereros herbal pharmacy also has branches in other states in Mexico including Veracruz, Chiapas, Tamaulipas, Oaxaca, Guerrero, Michoacán, and Guanajuato.
LaJornada reported that a former employee of El primerero told Breitbart News that the chain was founded in 1924 by two brothers, Alejandro and Antonio Quiroz, in order to provide a quality of herbal medicines and to improve the quality of life for people in the town.
According the report, the herbal pharmacy has over 15 branches in the United States and Canada.
The Quirozes opened their first store in New York City in 1924, but it was closed in 1924.
Since then, El primero has expanded its geographical reach and expanded into the United Kingdom, France, and the United Arab Emirates.
The chain is still expanding, according to LaJornad, and is planning to open its second branch in Mexico City, Mexico, by the end of the year.
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