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Ephedrine-containing dietary supplement total ban urged by Texas Department of Health.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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EPHEDRINE ALKALOID BAN IN DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS URGED by the Texas Department of Health in Oct. 13 comments to FDA. "Our current position, based on available scientific data, the recommendations of two medical and scientific panels, and the majority opinion of FDA's Food Advisory Committee, is that no safe level or safe conditions for use can be established for dietary supplement products containing ephedrine alkaloids," the department says.
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