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Global warming and botanicals (Nutrition Business Journal)

Market Alert

"We are entering a new era of weather. And the forecast for ingredient supply is changing just as fast," writes AHPA Member Bill Chioffi in Nutrition Business Journal

FDA warns Miracle in the Green for drug claims

Legal Alert

FDA sent this warning letter to Miracle in the Green for promoting its moringa leaf powder product for conditions that cause the product to be a drug.

FDA warns Nature's Health for drug claims and inadequate responses to alleged cGMP violations

Legal Alert

FDA sent this warning letter to Nature's Health for using drug claims to market herbal products and for inadequate documentation of corrective actions taken to address alleged cGMP violations

Method for the Analysis of Cannabinoids and Terpenes in Cannabis

Cannabis Alert

This research presents an optimized and validated method for the analysis of both terpenes and cannabinoids in cannabis from a single sample preparation.

Warning: Life causes death (Forbes)

Media Alert

The author of this article in Forbes takes a "tongue in cheek" look at what he describes as California's toxic warning labels racket, and its impact on businesses and the public in general

Product safety expert debunks research questioning the safety of dietary supplements at Congressional briefing

Press Release

Research purporting to raise significant questions regarding the safety of dietary supplements often lacks context and appropriate data to draw meaningful conclusions

Effect of Resveratrol Treatment on the Pharmacokinetics of Diclofenac in Healthy Human Volunteers

Science Alert

This limited study assessed the effect of resveratrol on the pharmacokinetics of diclofenac, the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, in 12 healthy human volunteers

Goldenseal and Aloe vera "non-decolorized whole leaf extract" added to California Proposition 65 list

AHPA Update

Companies generally have one year to ensure products comply with new Proposition 65 requirements

FDA updates webpages to reduce confusion between legal dietary supplements and illegal drug-spiked products

AHPA Update

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently updated language on several pages of its website to more accurately describe illegal, drug-spike products and to remove references to these as dietary supplements after the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) requested the changes.

Learn how FDA is working with states and retailers to extend supplement resources in the December 2015 AHPA Report!

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