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A message from Allergy Mix… This is just a small sampling of information about the “USP.org” also known as the U.S. Pharmacopeia. Provided for you to better understand the seriousness we take in health and medicine. Knowing the uses of the medicine is not enough… Understanding and following the standards set by the U.S. Pharmacopeia is what allows us to classify ALLERGY MIX as an over the counter drug.
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The Pharmacopeia has a mission to help protect and improve the health of people around the world. Much inline with the goals and missions of us and our products at Allergy Mix. At Allergy Mix we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality natural ingredients that help their body build up immunity to the common antigens, pollens, debris, trees, and molds commonly found in the air in the local areas they frequent most. Each of the ingredients we use are found in the pharmacopeia.
What is the Pharmacopeia?
FACT: USP is the only independent, not-for-profit, nongovernmental pharmacopeia in the world.
Many of our standards are enforceable by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under US law, but our independent status means our standards-setting activities are guided only by impartial, empirical, scientific evidence, and public health concerns. USP sets quality, purity, strength, and identity standards for medicines, food ingredients, and dietary supplements. We achieve this through publication of documentary standards (also known as monographs) in our primary reference text, the USP-NF, and by developing USP Reference Standards (also known as physical standards)— used by manufacturers to test their products against our standards to ensure they meet published specifications and have been doing so for over 200 years.
From the Pharmacopeia “the quality standards we develop help manufacturers deliver on their promises of safe products, while building confidence among healthcare practitioners, patients and consumers. Our independent, scientific approach, in combination with the contributed expertise from hundreds of top experts in health and science from around the world, is the foundation of all of our related activities and programs.” Together we’re there working to protect the health of people all over the world.
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According to the Standards For Medicine, the Pharmacopeia develops and publishes standards for drug substances, drug products, excipients, and dietary supplements in the United States Pharmacopeia–National Formulary (USP–NF). These standards have been recognized in the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act since it was first enacted in 1938. The FD&C Act defines the term “official compendium” as the official USP, the official NF, the official Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States, or any supplement to them.
Classified as a drug the pharmacopeia defines CONFORMING* drugs in the following way: Drugs—USP’s goal is to have substance and preparation (product) monographs in USP–NF for all FDA-approved drugs, including biologics, and their ingredients. USP also develops monographs for therapeutic products not approved by FDA, e.g., pre-1938 drugs, dietary supplements, and compounded preparations. Although submission of information needed to develop a monograph by the Council of Experts is voluntary, compliance with a USP–NF monograph, if available, is mandatory in the following respects:
- Nonproprietary Name: Under the relevant FD&C Act provisions, a drug will be deemed misbranded unless its label bears to the exclusion of any other nonproprietary name the “established” name, which ordinarily is the compendial name (see discussion of Nomenclature, below).
- Identity: A drug with a name recognized in USP–NF must comply with the identity/identification requirements of its monograph, or be deemed adulterated, misbranded, or both.
- Strength, Quality, Purity: Drugs also must comply with compendial standards for strength, quality, and purity (tests for assay and impurities), unless labeled to show all respects in which the drugs differ. FDA requires that names for articles that are not official must be clearly distinguishing and differentiating from any name recognized in an official compendium.
- Packaging, Labeling: Drugs with a name recognized in USP–NF also will be considered misbranded unless they meet compendial standards for packaging and labeling.
*See chart below