- Traditional Medicine > Traditional, Complementary and Herbal Medicine
- Quality and Safety: Medicines > Safety and Efficacy
(1993; 94 pages)
Regulatory requirements may be different in different countries As a general rule, traditional experience which means that long-term use as well as the medical, historical and ethnological background are well recorded, should be taken into account WHO Guidelines for the Assessment of Herbal Medicine* should be consulted for the registration of herbal medicine products
* Guidelines for the assessment of herbal medicine programme on traditional medicine Geneva World Health Organization, document, 1991 (WHO/TRM/91,4)
In the design and conduct of researches on herbal medicine, the country’s regulatory requirements must already be considered, particularly those required for registration of herbal medicine products.