FDA, European Pharmacopoeia, ISO 10993, and 3-A standard.
What does EP stand for?
EP stands for European Pharmacopoeia
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10% valerenic acids (based on the European Pharmacopoeia [EP] minimum for dried valerian in cut root form) instead of 0.
AHPA's review called into question some of CL's procedures and suggested that most of the tested products meet standards established by the European Pharmacopoeia (EP) and FDA.
In the European Pharmacopoeia monograph for lactose, a test for "Protein and Light Absorbing Impurities" is included with the test specifying measurement of the ultraviolet (UV) absorbance of an aqueous solution in the 210-300 nm, but it is clear that this provides no useful quantitative information about protein content.
Huifeng Bio-Pharmaceutical Technology has obtained GMP certification and applied for the Certification of Suitability to Monograph of European Pharmacopoeia (COS) from the European directorate for the quality of medicine.
Determination of Essential Oil Essential oils contents of particular specimens of studied plants were extracted separately by the hydrodistillation method utilizing Clevenger-type apparatus similar to European Pharmacopoeia (EP) (22), using 50 gr of the dried mild and sieved plant (0,5mm), 500 ml of water in 1000 ml round -bottomed flask.