Solvents, Taxonomy Confusion Can Lead To Unintentional Botanical Adulteration
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Adulteration of botanical products may occur when ingredient suppliers use potentially toxic solvents in the extraction process or when confusion arises over plants’ common names, say presenters at a U.S. Pharmacopeia workshop.
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