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CIR Experts Find Brown Algae Data Lacking, Finalize ‘Safe’ Position On Ginkgo Biloba Ingredients

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The expert panel concluded its safety assessment of Ginkgo biloba ingredients, plus four other ingredients/groups, and advanced six tentative safety reports at its Sept. 24-25 meeting in Washington. Currently available data are insufficient to determine the safety of 82 brown algae ingredients, the panel says.

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