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a American Herbal Products Association: Botanicals—These are the specific recommended limits for dried raw agricultural commodities, including cut and powdered

commodities that are used as botanical ingredients in dietary supplements, www.ahpa.org/guidelines.htm

b European Union Pharmacopoeia: Botanicals—Page 14 of Kneifel W et al (2002). Microbial contamination of medicinal plants—a review. Planta Med 68:5-15. c Health Canada Compendium of Monographs: Plants, cyanobacteria, alga, enzymes, probiotics—Table 1A. http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/dhp-mps/alt_formats/hpfb-dgpsa/pdf/prodnatur/compendium_mono_e.pdf d World Health Organization: Botanicals—Page 5 of http://www/fda.gov/ohrms/dockets/dailys/03/Aug03/081803/96N-0417_emc-000239-01.pdf e National Nutritional Food Association (now Natural Products Association) recommendations for herbal materials. f United States Food and Drag Administration.

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