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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Materia medica, Vegetable.,
  • Pharmaceutical industry -- United States.

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Edition Notes

SeriesTariff information series,, no. 19
ContributionsStanford, Ernest E., Kirkpatrick, Sidney D. b. 1894.
LC ClassificationsHF1756 .A425 no. 19
The Physical Object
Pagination69 p.
Number of Pages69
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6630908M
LC Control Number20026828

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Botanical Drug Development Guidance for Industry [26] on the handling of Crude Drug Extracts in the guide book. Crude Crude drugs and Kampo extracts have been listed in The Japanese. For a botanical product, this intended use may be as a food (including a dietary supplement), a drug (including a biological drug), a medical device (e.g., gutta-percha) or a cosmetic as shown by, among other things, the products' accompanying labelling claims, advertising materials, and oral or written statements (21 Code of Federal. The standardization of crude drug materials includes the following steps: tication (S tage of collection, parts of the plant collected, regional status, botanical identity like phytomorphology, microscopical and histological analysis, taxonomical identity, etc.) 2. Foreign matter (herbs collected should be free from soil, insect parts.   Adulteration in market samples is one of the greatest drawbacks in promotion of herbal products. Adulteration it is a practice of substituting the original crude drug partially or fully with other substances which is either free from or inferior in therapeutic and chemical properties or addition of low grade or spoiled drugs or entirely.