Singapore: Ban on Traditional Chinese medicine to be lifted on June 1

Singapore: Ban on Traditional Chinese medicine to be lifted on June 1

Ibtimes·2018-02-26 09:10

A shop assistant arranges jars containing roots and herbs at a Chinese medicine shop in Singapore Reuters

Senior Minister of State for Health Chee Hong Tat has announced on Sunday that Corydalis yanhusuo, which was banned in Singapore for almost 23-years, is going to be imported and sold in the Republic from June 1, 2018.

The decision came to spotlight during the Chinese New Year celebration, which was organized by Singapore Chinese Medicines and Health Products Merchant Association.

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