[Mailman-Users] Herbal-Rx digest, Vol 1 #18 - 1 msg (fwd)

Craig Kelley ink at inconnu.isu.edu
Thu Aug 12 18:26:39 CEST 1999

I've had several complaints about digests sending duplicate messages, I'm
not sure where to get meaningful debugging information (I'll help out in
any way I can).  Here is the message:

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 12 Aug 1999 08:53:04 -0600
From: "Rex W. Force, Pharm.D." <force at otc.isu.edu>
To: kelleyc at otc.isu.edu
Subject: Herbal-Rx digest, Vol 1 #18 - 1 msg

This is the message I keep getting....probably 200 times over the last
week.  I finally unsubscribed to see if it would stop.


>Date: Sat, 7 Aug 1999 12:00:11 -0600
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>Subject: Herbal-Rx digest, Vol 1 #18 - 1 msg
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>Today's Topics:
>  1. Ephedra and the FDA Proposed guidelines (thomasaudrar at exchange.uams.edu)
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>From: ThomasAudraR at exchange.uams.edu
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>Subject: [Herbal-Rx] Ephedra and the FDA Proposed guidelines
>Hi list--
>Have the proposed FDA rules for the use and marketing of ephedra been
>changed since the 1996 warning?
>I have the following information and want to make sure it's still correct:¨
>Proposed FDA rules (1996):
>A dietary supplement is considered adulterated if it:
>1. Contains > 8 mg ephedrine alkaloids per serving.
>2. Recommends use of a product containing ephedrine resulting in intake of >
>8 mg in a 6 hour period  or > 24 mg in a day.
> Requiring labeling of dietary supplements containing ephedrine alkaloids to
>contain the statement "Do not use this product for more than 7 days".
>¨ Prohibiting the use of ephedrine alkaloids with ingredients that contain
>substances known to have a stimulant effect (e.g., caffeine, yohimbine).
>Caffeine is often listed as kola nut or guarana in the ingredients.
>¨ Prohibiting labeling claims that require long-term intake to achieve the
>purported effect (e.g., weight loss and body building).
>¨ Requiring a statement in conjunction with claims that encourage short term
>intake to enhance the purported effect (e.g., energy) that "Taking more than
>the recommended serving may result in heart attack, stroke, seizure or
>¨ Requiring specific warning statements to appear on product labeling.
>Thanks in advance for the help.
>Audra R. Thomas, Pharm.D., BCPS
>Assistant Professor, Community Clinical
>University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, COP
>4301 W. Markham St, Slot 522
>Little Rock, AR 72205-7199
>pager 501-405-4767
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