Hong Kong Consumer Group Counts Adulterated Herbal Medicine
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryHong Kong's Consumers' Foundation tested 150 of China's herbal medicines last year and found 14.7 percent of them to contain not just traditional Chinese medicines, but also Western ingredients or heavy metal. The testing found 71 of 167 samples contained lead, 61 mercury and 40 cadmium. The foundation found that four of six samples found to be adulterated were from martial arts studios. (Click here for more
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