Regulatory Situation of Herbal Medicines - A Worldwide Review
(1998; 49 pages) [French] [Spanish] View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
View the documentFOREWORD
Open this folder and view contentsI. INTRODUCTION
Close this folderII. REGULATORY SITUATION
Open this folder and view contentsAfrica
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View the documentGeneral aspects
View the documentAttempts to Meet the Need for Harmonization
View the documentAustria
View the documentBelgium
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View the documentIII. CONCLUSION
View the documentIV. REFERENCES
 

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On 10 February 1995, a regulation of the Health Ministry was published describing the requirements for the registration dossier for herbal medicines [44]. This new regulation replaced the previous one published in 1989 [45]. According to this regulation, a simplified registration procedure for herbal medicines may be used if reference is made to the plants listed in Lists I - XIX. A list of indications for which the different groups of plants are traditionally used is also available. However, since the new regulation became effective, the indications are no longer introduced by the term "traditionally used in...." as was done previously. Combination products are not accepted if they contain more than three plants of one list or if the plants belong to different lists [44].

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