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Natural Health Products Ingredients Database

WHAT'S NEW

What's New is a listing of modifications to the NHPID since the last update. This page was most recently revised on December 06, 2017.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

The updates to the NHPID listed below apply to the most recent version of the ePLA (electronic Product Licence Application). All new electronic submissions of a Product Licence Application must use the latest version of the e-PLA, namely version 2.3.1, which is available for downloading from e-PLA 2.3.1


New Ingredients

In this update, the following non-homeopathic ingredients were added.

NHPID Name:
C12-C14 Pareth-12

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Bis-PEG-8 Dimethicone

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Tetrapeptide-15

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Hydrolyzed Rhodophycea Extract

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Boswellia Serrata Water

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
PPG-3 Benzyl Ether Ethylhexanoate

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Thymus Mastichina Herb Oil

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Vanilla ice cream flavour

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Sucrose flavour

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
N-(Carboxymethyl)chitosan

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Picea Abies Extract

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Phloroglucinol trimethyl ether

Role:
Medicinal


NHPID Name:
Phloroglucinol

Role:
Medicinal


NHPID Name:
Partially neutralized polyacrylate

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Magnesium aluminometasilicate

Role:
Non-medicinal


NHPID Name:
Emulsion of methyl acrylate and 2-ethylhexyl acrylate copolymer

Role:
Non-medicinal


Removed Ingredients

In this update, the following non-homeopathic ingredients were removed.

No Changes.


Revised NHPID Names

In this update, the following non-homeopathic ingredients had their NHPID name revised.

No Changes.


Revised Proper and Common Names

In this update, the following non-homeopathic ingredients had their common or proper names revised.

NHPID Name:
Manganese (II) pidolate

New Common Name(s):
Manganese PCA


New Roles

In this update, the roles of the following non-homeopathic ingredients were changed.

NHPID Name:
Manganese (II) pidolate

Old Role:
No role

New Role:
Non-medicinal


Revised Restrictions

In this update, the following non-homeopathic ingredients underwent a modification related to their restrictions.

No Changes.


Other Ingredient Modifications

In this update, the following non-homeopathic ingredients underwent a modification different from those listed above, such as new source material, new preparation type, or new sub-ingredient relationship, etc.

NHPID Name:
Phloroglucinol dihydrate

New Sub-ingredient(s) added:
Phloroglucinol


NHPID Name:
Fish Protein Hydrolysate

New Source Material(s) added:
Clupea harengus (Parts: Egg ) Clupea harengus (Parts: Fish semen ) Clupea harengus (Parts: Ovary ) Clupea harengus (Parts: Testis ) Gadus morhua (Parts: Meat )


NHPID Name:
Schinopsis quebracho-colorado - Stem heartwood

New Sub-ingredient(s) added:
Polyphenols, Tannins


NHPID Name:
Dimethylglycine hydrochloride

New Sub-ingredient(s) added:
Dimethylglycine


NHPID Name:
Magnolia officinalis - Branch bark

New Sub-ingredient(s) added:
Honokiol


NHPID Name:
Magnolia officinalis - Root bark

New Sub-ingredient(s) added:
Honokiol


NHPID Name:
Vitamin D

New Source Ingredient(s) added:
Calcifediol monohydrate


NHPID Name:
Ruscus aculeatus - Rhizome

New Sub-ingredient(s) added:
Neoruscogenin


NHPID Name:
Brassica oleracea var. italica - Flower

New Sub-ingredient(s) added:
Glucoraphanin, Sulforaphane


NHPID Name:
Apomorphine

Non-NHP Rationale changed:
A non-NHP because not a naturally occurring substance included in Schedule 1 of the Natural Health Products Regulations. Apomorphine is also listed in the Prescription Drug List as follows: Apomorphine or its salts.


NHPID Name:
Esomeprazole

Non-NHP Rationale changed:
A non-NHP because listed in the Prescription Drug List for human use as follows: Esomeprazole or its salts, except when sold for the 14-day treatment for frequent heartburn at a daily dose of 20 milligrams.


NHPID Name:
Ibuprofen

Non-NHP Rationale changed:
A non-NHP because not a naturally occurring substance included in Schedule 1 of the Natural Health Products Regulations. Ibuprofen is also listed in the Prescription Drug List for human use as follows: Ibuprofen or its salts, except:a. An oral dosage form that provides 400 milligrams or less per dosage unit; orb. A modified-release oral dosage form that provides 600 milligrams or less per dosage unit.


Monograph Modifications

In this update, the following single ingredient or product monographs were added or modified.

No Changes.


AbLS Modifications

In this update, the following abbreviated labelling standards were added or modified.

No Changes.


Controlled Vocabulary Modifications

In this update, the following controlled vocabulary (dosage forms, methods of preparation, quality test methods, etc) were added or modified.

No Changes.


Homeopathic Ingredient Modifications

In this update, the following homeopathic ingredients were added or modified.

No Changes.


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