By Ping-Chung Leung; Harry Hong Sang Fong; Charlie Changli Xue
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Chap 8 The equipment and operator This chapter provides the request for the trained operators, the request about the product and process place, and equipment. Chap 9 The document management It should be recorded in every detail and particular for the whole process of cultivation, process, transport and storage, etc. The document should be kept properly at least five years. Chap 10 Supplement Supplementary explanation. -C. Leung While the draft recommendations might appear quite comprehensive, explanations might still be deficient.
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Pratense, there were also significant quantities of leaf and flower heads of unidentified species, as well as small amounts of T. repens leaf fragments, some unidentifiable flowerheads/fruits, insect and insect larvae (unpublished data). Obviously, this material was problematic and unacceptable as the source material for our studies. To solve this problem, we elected to cultivate Trifolium pratense under GAP conditions at our University of Illinois Pharmacognosy Field Station, a 40-acre Evidence-Based Herbal Medicine 15 facility, located some 40 kilometres from our laboratories in Chicago.
Current Review of Chinese Medicine: Quality Control of Herbs And Herbal Material by Ping-Chung Leung; Harry Hong Sang Fong; Charlie Changli Xue