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South-east Asia / Europe - Review on Regulation of Herbal Products Used as a Medicine Across the Globe: A Case Study on Turmeric - Golden Medicine

European Union

Aug 18, 2022

The classification of drugs varies from country to country, with active foods, dietary supplements and traditional medicines being included in certain categories. The stability of those products is also unknown and complex to the critical problem in the analysis of herbal products that this is a complex ingredient combination, as well as the elements responsible for the treatment effects. In order to identify the changes to the newly introduced regulations or regulations, detailed literary searches and online searches for herbal medicinal products regulations have been made in South-east Asia and European countries. Curcumin is an important pharmaceutical compound derived from turmeric. Curcumin is extracted from dried curcuma longa rhizomes. The demand for curcumin grows daily due to its use in the treatment of a number of diseases. Curcumin has long established challenges with its health benefits, such as poor uptake and poor bioavailability.

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