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Natural Health Products Regulations

Version of section 94 from 2006-03-22 to 2018-04-03:

  •  (1) Subject to section 3 of the Act, the natural health product shall be labelled as follows if the immediate container is not large enough to accommodate an inner label that complies with the requirements of section 93:

    • (a) the inner label shall show the following in respect of the natural health product, namely,

      • (i) a brand name,

      • (ii) a qualitative list by proper name, or by common name if the proper name is the chemical name, that in descending order of quantity per dosage unit, sets out all medicinal ingredients that it contains,

      • (iii) its recommended dose,

      • (iv) its recommended duration of use, if any,

      • (v) its lot number,

      • (vi) its expiry date,

      • (vii) its product number,

      • (viii) if it is sterile, the words “sterile” and “stérile”,

      • (ix) the net amount in the immediate container in terms of weight, measure or number,

      • (x) its recommended use or purpose, and

      • (xi) if it does not have an outer label, a statement that refers the purchaser or consumer to the leaflet that is required in accordance with subsection (2); and

    • (b) the outer label, if any, shall be labelled as required under section 93.

  • (2) If the natural health product does not have an outer label, the statements, information and declarations required to be shown on the outer label under section 93 shall be shown in a leaflet that is affixed or attached to the immediate container.

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