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The objective of this document is to provide guidance on the standards and terminologies to facilitate the exchange and practical use of natural health product information by the Natural Health Products (NHP) Online System.
This policy outlines Health Canada's current approach with respect to compounding of NHPs. The NHP Compounding Policy distinguishes between the manufacturing of natural health products, an activity regulated by the Natural Health Products Regulations (NHP Regulations), and the compounding of natural health products, an activity unregulated by NHP Regulations.
Site licence holder and foreign site reference number data extracts.
Learn about the risks of buying natural health products (NHPs) online and how to identify licensed products.
This guidance document provides information to help product licence applicants determine the evidence (type and amount of data) to provide as part of a product licence application to support the safety (risk) and efficacy (benefit) of natural health products (NHPs) that make modern health claims.
The NHP MAP outlines the process applied by NNHPD to manage Product Licence Applications (PLA) for Natural Health Products (NHPs) submitted in accordance with the Natural Health Products Regulations (NHPR). The policy also outlines the responsibilities and expectations of NHP applicants throughout the application process.
This guidance document is designed to assist organizations and individuals in applying for authorization to conduct a clinical trial for a natural health product (NHP) in Canada .
The Amendment and Notification Form (ANF) is the exclusive form to be used for submitting post licensing changes for a licensed natural health product (NHP) to the Natural and Non-prescription Health Products Directorate (NNHPD).
In Canada, natural health products and foods are regulated under the Food and Drugs Act (FDA) and its associated regulations. Products that meet the definition of a "natural health product" (NHP) as set out in the Natural Health Products Regulations (NHPR) are subject to the FDA as it applies to drugs and to the NHPR. Products that are foods as defined in the FDA are subject to the FDA as it applies to foods and to Parts A, B and D of the Food and Drug Regulations (FDR). It is important to note that the provisions of the FDR do not apply to products classified as NHPs except where such provisions are incorporated by reference into the NHPR, as per section 3 of the NHPR.
The Natural Health Products Regulations (NHP Regulations) do not specify whether raw materials are or are not included in the definition of a natural health product (NHP). The NHP definition mentions neither raw material (e.g., ginger root that has just been harvested) nor finished product (e.g., encapsulated ginger that is packaged and labelled for the consumer). The NHP Raw Material Policy clarifies at which point a material becomes an NHP, and therefore when product and site licensing requirements are triggered.