Laws and regulations surrounding the use of botanical extracts

At Green Extract Processing Ltd, we understand the complexities of the laws and regulations surrounding the use of botanical extracts in different countries and regions around the world. Our team stays up-to-date on the regulations in each country where we do business to ensure compliance and safety for our customers.

In the United States, our botanical extracts are classified as dietary supplements and are subject to the same guidelines for good manufacturing practices, labeling, and ingredient lists as other supplements. While the FDA has limited regulations on the purity or potency of botanical extracts, we exceed these standards to provide our customers with the highest quality products.

In the European Union, our botanical extracts meet the EU’s comprehensive regulations for botanical extracts, which includes being free from contaminants and meeting specific standards for heavy metals and pesticides. Additionally, we ensure our products are on the EU’s “Positive List” of over 400 safe plants for use in food and supplements.

In India, we comply with the laws set by the Ministry of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha, Homeopathy) and Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 for the use of botanical extracts in Ayurveda and Siddha traditional herbal-based systems of medicine.

In China, we follow the regulations for botanical extracts with a focus on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) ingredients and register our products with the State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA).

At Green Extract Processing Ltd, we are dedicated to providing our customers with safe, effective and legal botanical extracts that meet the standards and regulations of each country we do business in. Trust us to provide you with botanical extracts that comply with all the laws and regulations, contact us today to learn more.

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