Questionable quality has made traditional Chinese medicine hard to swallow overseas. Are the proposed national standards just what the doctor ordered?

//Questionable quality has made traditional Chinese medicine hard to swallow overseas. Are the proposed national standards just what the doctor ordered?

Questionable quality has made traditional Chinese medicine hard to swallow overseas. Are the proposed national standards just what the doctor ordered?

Banlangen, also known as isatis root, a plant used to treat respiratory disorders, and Dahuang, a rhubarb root used to relieve constipation, are among the first batch of 160 Chinese medicine ingredients to be subject for the first time to nationwide quality standardisation.The move marks a major step forward for modernising manufacturing in the fragmented traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) industry, after more than two decades of experimentation, according to analysts.Beijing hopes to expand…

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