GMP stands for good manufacturing practices. GMP certification means that the site and methods employed in the production of our herbs have been subject to a thorough quality control investigation and are certified to be in compliance. The GMP certification process covers all aspects of manufacturing, including inspection of the buildings and grounds, the air and water purification systems, the handling and processing of raw herbs, the product manufacturing process, the operation and cleaning of equipment, the training of personnel, and quality control testing and documentation. Adherence to guidelines established in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia Formal Manufacturing Instructions, Standard Operating Procedures and Quality Control Protocols. This ensures that every batch of product is safe and of the highest quality. These standards are the guidelines upon which our manufacturers base each decision and allow us to have the confidence to say that our product manufacturers are some of the best herbal product manufacturers, not only in China, but in the world.
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Use and Dosage of Products: The FDA currently restricts statements about the functions of herbs or supplements. The herbs we sell are dietary supplements, intended for further processing (tea, tincture, decoction, poultice, compress, eye wash, or encapsulation). We are not able to legally or ethically give medical information, including traditional function information, in this online store. Please consult your local qualified herbalist or a reliable reference manuals for traditional indications and functions of these herbs, as well as dosage and preparation. In many states, acupuncturists are allowed to prescribe these herbs as medicines.
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