medicinal ingredient

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SPINS defines "medicinal teas" as all medicinal teas with one or more medicinal ingredient, often marketed with a dietary supplement structure-function claim, or strongly associated with a health focus.
The six-story center houses facilities for analysis, efficacy testing, and medicinal ingredient research; it also contains a medicinal chemistry laboratory.
Although standard in many other cuisines (think classic French aIoli, Italian pesto, or zesty garlic soup recipes from all over Europe), perhaps due to its potent and lingering flavor, in America garlic was initially viewed as purely a medicinal ingredient.
The first, second and third hydrophilic fibers are impregnated with antibacterial or bactericidal medicinal ingredient and such medicinal ingredient is left behind on these hydrophilic fibers after these hydrophilic fibers have been dried.
In fact, only 15 percent are influenced by the medicinal ingredient in the medication and 22 percent are influenced by the symptoms listed on the label.
SPINS defines "medicinal teas" as all medicinal teas with one or more medicinal ingredient often marketed with a structure-function claim or strongly associated with a health focus.
SPINS defines "medicinal teas" as all medicinal teas with one or more medicinal ingredient, often marketed with a structure-function claim, or strongly associated with a health focus.
In order to support the incorporation of NEM as a medicinal ingredient in finished products for sale in Canada, ESM Technologies, LLC submitted a Master File to the Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) of Health Canada.
Vaporfection's patented designs using Vapor Glass (TM) and Vapor Touch (TM) technology, featuring a laboratory grade "glass on glass" heating element, heating chamber airway, and touch screen temperature control to provide a directed stream of pure heated air into the herb, which causes it to release its medicinal ingredient into the vapor.
The new formulation, which includes a small amount of a well accepted non- medicinal ingredient commonly used in food and drug products, demonstrated a very significant increase in HDL protein (APO A1) levels in rat models at doses more than eight times lower than with the unformulated material.
While we have no technology, by which we could prepare pharmaceutical raw materials on large scale to fulfill our needs of pharmaceutical industry, and we also don't have that technology, through which we could extract the medicinal ingredients from herbs.
For example, in early 2013, GSK announced to carry out drug development trying to use traditional Chinese medicinal ingredients in China.