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RE: It's a Drug???

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-----Original Message-----
From: Truman Prevatt, PhD []
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 3:51 PM
To: Joy VanNoy; RideCamp
Subject: RC: It's a Drug???

You might want to see my previous post on this subject. While you claim this is "not a drug" you are touting it for its pharmacological effect. A substance with a pharmacological effect  is a drug plain a simple. While it may not be on the FDA list of "drugs", it is a drug none the less because and as you have said it does have a pharmacological effect.

Whether it test or not is a separate issue and whether it should not be used is also a separate issue. But it is technically in violation of Rule 13.  But so is Adaquan, Cosequin, etc. This is why I sure would like to see the AERC bite the bullet and revisit this issue head on.

What's really scary about this post is I am starting to sound like Bob Morris:-).


Joy VanNoy wrote:

First, let me say that I appreciate the opportunity Miss Swigart's post has given me to state (perhaps more clearly this time) what APF is - AND IS NOT. APF is a food supplement.  APF is not a drug nor a nutraceutical and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  Adaptogens have already been scrutinized by both the scientific and regulatory communities and classified as nutrients (sometimes called phyto-nutrients to indicate they are derived exclusively from plant sources).  All the herbs in APF are already on the GRAS list of the United States.  Other listed substances are wheat, barley and corn.  (GRAS stands for Generally Recognized As Safe.)  Opium, digitalis and valerian, while plant based, are NOT on this list.

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