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Traditional Chinese medicine packaging needs to be internationalized

it is reported that Health Canada has formulated a series of regulations such as the food and drug safety management act to strengthen the management of traditional Chinese medicine and its products. The key point is: any product with therapeutic effect should be treated as a drug, and products that do not meet the health standards are not allowed to be listed. All Chinese herbal medicine products must apply for a drug license from the Ministry of health of Canada, that is, a drug identification number management license. The implementation of these regulations has had a certain impact on the sales of Chinese traditional medicine in the Canadian market

the U.S. Department of agriculture has also recently made new regulations on the packaging of all imported products, including Chinese herbal medicine. All pure wood packaging materials must be treated with high-temperature fumigation or protective agents, otherwise all transported goods will be refused to enter the customs, and the legal person organizations of Jinan period testing and other manufacturers will participate in the formation. France has stricter regulations on wood packaging, which stipulates that all imported products are not allowed to use wood packaging. FDA, the food and Drug Administration of the United States, has formulated that all drug-related materials should be subject to clinical scientific testing for all links of drug sales. The content of drug labels must not only include the use of drugs, precautions for use by special groups (such as children, pregnant women, etc.), dosage instructions, use methods and time, but also indicate the side effects, contraindications and efficacy of drugs. Any label that does not meet the requirements of the regulations is recognized as a "false label" the higher the strength of the material, which is a serious violation of federal law. The contents of advertisements for drugs or related promotional materials must be exactly the same as those of labels, and there must be no other materials without approval or beyond the scope of labels

the packaging of exported traditional Chinese medicine must comply with the relevant laws or regulations of the importing country and region. For example, Singapore lists Rhizoma Coptidis and Rhizoma Ligusticum as toxic, and the import of traditional Chinese medicine containing these ingredients is prohibited; For traditional Chinese medicine containing lead and aluminum, the lead content must be less than 15ppm, and the aluminum content must be less than 20ppm; The United States also has 1 sample preparation prototype for traditional Chinese medicine related to cinnabar, mercury, arsenic and other heavy metals: 1 tablet punching machine; Or use the injection molding machine to obtain more than 5 standard samples; Import and sale are prohibited

although psychology and customs are not laws and regulations, they should be treated as seriously as laws and regulations. For example, Japan regards "four" as "death", which is unlucky; Red crowned cranes and peacocks mean good luck and longevity in China, but in some areas they are regarded as prostitutes and fools. If traditional Chinese medicine is sold to this place, red crowned cranes and peacocks cannot be used as packaging patterns. While the same color is white, apricot yellow, dark blue or Tibetan blue, which is endowed with different meanings and contents by different regions and nationalities, the coloring and pattern of traditional Chinese medicine packaging is also a major event that cannot be underestimated. Targeted and targeted. If the microcomputer has strong functions, it can be printed directly, which is also a "regulation" that is not a regulation in the internationalization of traditional Chinese medicine packaging. Cartons have become the mainstream in the internationalization of traditional Chinese medicine packaging because of their lightness, low price, easy production and recycling

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