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FDA Guidance Makes Vinpocetine Compliant Despite Ban Proposal – NPA

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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NPA CEO Daniel Fabricant says some vinpocetine product marketers don't realize the ingredient's status as an active moiety of a botanical long used in the food supply, a knowledge gap obscures that FDA is using an extra-regulatory procedure to remove vinpocetine.

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