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Botanical solvent labeling declaration is "bomb" for herbals in DSHEA rules -- Israelsen.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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BOTANICAL SOLVENT DECLARATION ON LABELING may result in the listing of hexane, chloroform and other substances not "terribly consumer-friendly" on product labels, Utah Natural Products Alliance Executive Director Loren Israelsen pointed out at a Sept. 29-30 seminar on dietary supplements in Washington, D.C. In a review of FDA's Sept. 23 dietary supplement labeling regulations, Israelsen described the agency's decision to require companies to declare the solvents used in the extraction of botanicals as "a huge bomb."
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