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AHPA on ayurvedics

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The American Herbal Products Association recommends that Ayurvedic dietary supplement makers refrain from including "any ingredient that is processed with metals if the resultant presence of heavy metal(s) would cause the product containing the ingredient(s) to be adulterated under labeled or ordinary conditions of use," the group announces. The trade recommendation was adopted by AHPA's Board of Trustees during a July 15 meeting and amends the group's Code of Ethics, which AHPA members adhere to under the association's "obligations of membership." AHPA's board also amended an existing trade recommendation to advise that supplement labels should not suggest that use of the product will mask or defraud drug testing. The recommendation previously applied only to goldenseal supplements, but has been amended to apply to all dietary supplements. The recommendations become effective Dec. 15...

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