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Legal Issues in Herbs and Dietary Supplements

A list of my favorite resources if you have questions about the laws relating to herbs and other dietary supplements, including essential oils, vitamins, minerals, dietary supplements, fda, DSHEA and more!

Dietary Supplements

FDA regulates both finished dietary supplement products and dietary ingredients. FDA regulates dietary supplements under a different set of regulations than those covering "conventional" foods and drug products. Under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA): This section provides detailed information about: Q&A on Dietary Supplements Frequently asked questions about dietary supplements, including definitions, labeling requirements, and regulatory roles and responsibilities.

5 DSHEA takeaways for natural retailers

Last week during Natural Products Expo West, a dynamic discussion of DSHEA (Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994) painted the act's legal guidelines in a positive light. Offering practical and even fun (yeah, you read it right, fun) ways to remain sane and in compliance, herbalist and educator, Trinity Ava, alongside Carol Nicholson, RN, president and founder of International Marketing Company, tailored their talk to the mostly retailer audience.

Herbalists rights, legal and historical basis | RMHI

Page contents... Copyright ©1996, 2013 by RMH-Publications Trust; all rights reserved. Preface - by Paul Bergner My school, the North American Institute of Medical Herbalism, was investigated by the state department of education occupational schools board for the legality of what we do and teach; they have a clause that any teaching of 'medicine' must be supervised by a physician.

HerbalGram: The Regulated Dietary Supplement Industry: Myths of an Unregulated Industry Dispelled

Issue: 93 Page: 42-57 The Regulated Dietary Supplement Industry: Myths of an Unregulated Industry Dispelled by R. William Soller, PhD, Holly J. Bayne, Christopher Shaheen HerbalGram. 2012; American Botanical Council

Using Dietary Supplements Wisely

Basic information on using dietary supplements wisely, including safety, regulations, research, and resources to learn more. From the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

dōTERRA International, LLC 9/22/14
dōTERRA International, LLC Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062 This is to advise you that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reviewed websites and social media accounts ( e.g. www.anytimeessentials.com, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube) used to promote your dōTERRA Essential Oil products in August 2014.
Free AHPA-UNPA Webinar Prepares Members for a State Attorney General Call

AHPA regularly presents technical workshops to train the herbal products industry on the latest tools and methods that help ensure high-quality products and compliance with federal and state regulations.

Session Laws of Colorado 2013 First Regular Session, 69th General Assembly

Concerning alternative health
care practitioners, and, in
connection therewith, enacting the "Colorado Natural
Health Consumer Protection Act" to provide an exemption
from state regulation for unlicensed complementary and
alternative health care practitioners, require a person
providing complementary and alternative health care
services to disclose to clients the person's educational
background and the nature of the services to be provided,
and prohibit complementary and alternative health care
practitioners from engaging in specified activities that only
state-regulated health care professionals may perform.