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Tomasz (whereverroadgoes[no.spam.]@gmail.com)
Date:Tue 03 Nov 2009 13:12:46 GMT
Subject:Statutory regulation - good or bad?
 

Hello!
I've read arguments of both: pro-regulation campaigners and yours
and while I think you've made several valid points one thing is still
not clear for me: if herbalist won't be regulated and named 'health
care professionals' won't they lose access to herbs (other than the
'licenced' ones, available to general public)??
I'll cite NIMH here:
"Alongside this new THMPD law mentioned above, the intention was that herbalists would be regulated, so that they could still purchase the herbal tinctures and blends (known as "specials") that they use to create your unique prescription. Without regulation herbalists will not be able to buy any unlicensed herbal tinctures or blends, while today a herbalist may stock their dispensary with around 300 different herbal tinctures."

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Name:
Tomasz (whereverroadgoes[no.spam.]@gmail.com)
Date:Tue 03 Nov 2009 13:11:54 GMT
Subject:Statutory regulation - good or bad?
 

Hello!
I've read arguments of both: pro-regulation campaigners and yours
and while I think you've made several valid points one thing is still
not clear for me: if herbalist won't be regulated and named 'health
care professionals' won't they lose access to herbs (other than the
'licenced' ones, available to general public)??
I'll cite NIMH here:
"Alongside this new THMPD law mentioned above, the intention was that herbalists would be regulated, so that they could still purchase the herbal tinctures and blends (known as "specials") that they use to create your unique prescription. Without regulation herbalists will not be able to buy any unlicensed herbal tinctures or blends, while today a herbalist may stock their dispensary with around 300 different herbal tinctures."

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Name:
Paul Boote - Planet Earth (Logidstics) Ltd (paul@planetearthlogistics.com)
Date:Tue 22 Sep 2009 10:55:52 BST
Subject:Loss of Products
 

We have already lost 4 products and totally object to the new rules which are blantent breach of peoples human rights to make an choice about products they wish to consume

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