Mexico's Food Supplement Regulations

The Federal Commission for Protection again health risks (COFEPRIS) is the main body in charge of Food Supplements or Nutraceutical regulation in Mexico. There are specific provisions that regulate different types of natural health products, including: Herbal, homeopathic and vitamin medicines, Herbal remedies and Dietary supplements.

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- List of Prohibited and Permitted Plants to be used in Teas, Infusions, Edible Vegetable Oils and Food Supplements COFEPRIS Mexico's Ministry of Health complied  list of plants that are permitted and permitted to be used in edible oils and fats and tea and its derivatives, as well as food supplements. English For Sale
No. 04-008-A SANITARY REGISTRATION OF VITAMIN DRUGS OF NATIONAL MANUFACTURE COFEPRIS Information sheet on procedures related to sanitary registry, which is a health authorization that allows a company or an individual to carry out activities related to human health. English For Sale
No. 04-008-B SANITARY REGISTRATION OF VITAMIN DRUGS OF FOREIGN MANUFACTURE COFEPRIS Information sheet on procedures related to sanitary registry, which is a health authorization that allows a company or an individual to carry out activities related to human health. English For Sale
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