The Amazon website is set to offer a selection of herbal medicine products including herbal cough syrup, herbal teas, herbal supplements, herbal ointments, herbal skin creams, herbal hair salves, herbal toothpaste, herbal cosmetics, herbal treatments and herbal supplements on January 1.
The list will go live on January 3 and is expected to be updated daily.
The first products to be added to the list include herbal cough syrups, herbal cough tablets, herbal tea products, herbal oral gels, herbal remedies and herbal treatments.
The herbal remedies list has been released with the intent of helping people who have had bad allergies.
It includes a range of herbal remedies that are known to help relieve symptoms of asthma, hay fever, allergies and even hay fever.
The product list also includes herbal hair sprays, herbal lip balms, herbal eye creams and herbal hair tinctures.
The company has launched an online portal to offer information on herbal products and services, and also provides a list of herbal health and wellness products, including herbal medicines.
Amazon is also expected to release its annual list of the top sellers of products including online shopping and online book sales, with the first product listed for January 3.
Amazon has already started the process of launching a new platform called AmazonFresh that will bring products from the top Amazon sellers directly to customers.
The launch of AmazonFresh is a major change for the company after it launched AmazonFresh in the US in January.
Last year, AmazonFresh did not feature any herbal products on its list of top sellers.
Last month, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) launched a civil complaint against AmazonFresh over its “unfair and deceptive practices” and accused AmazonFresh of selling herbal products with no clear indication that they were products that would be of benefit to consumers.
A statement from Amazon said that AmazonFresh would help to address this issue by offering consumers an option to buy directly from its Amazon.com store.
AmazonFresh will be rolled out to the UK, Australia, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Canada, Italy, Austria, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Ireland, Russia, India, and Singapore.