AHPA-AHP Workshop: Botanical, Macroscopic and Organoleptic Assessment of Herbal Ingredients for cGMP Compliance
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Identification of dietary ingredients is a cornerstone of the FDA's dietary supplement cGMPs. This seminar addresses identification of botanical dietary ingredients.
This hands-on, two-day workshop will provide a detailed orientation of botanical, macroscopic, and organoleptic identification methods, quality assessment techniques and terminology, and demonstrate how these techniques are used to evaluate crude plant parts in a scientifically valid manner.
Botanical identification, using classical botany as the basis, is the primary manner in which plant materials are identified. For identification and quality assessment of crude herb materials, macroscopic and organoleptic analysis are among the most rapid, accurate, cost-effective, and environmentally sound of all the analytical technologies.
The workshop will cover:
Discussions will be accompanied by hands-on instruction in:
The GMP rules require QC/QA personnel to be adequately trained in dietary ingredient testing. Each participant will receive a Certificate of Completion to document attendance.
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