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Malaysian Health Ministry calls for public to stop use of CHR Creative Herbs
 

Malaysian Health Ministry calls for public to stop use of CHR Creative Herbs

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Tests by the NPRA revealed that the traditional medicines were unregistered and contained substances controlled under the Poisons Act 1952.
 
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20 Dec 2016 - General
 
In our region, the use of food supplements is very popular, especially among the elderly, even though our government policies require that manufacturers put the label "No approved therapeutic claims". People have the notion that these products will improve vitality and overall function. However, limited studies have been done on these supplements and its adverse effect profile needs to be defined. For this reason, I think that food supplements (without known advantages) should actually...
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