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RoC Review of Goldenseal Root Powder

Substance Overview

Listing Status: Topic selected for evaluation

Primary Uses or Exposures

  • An herbal remedy (a botanical product) used to treat gastrointestinal disturbances, urinary disorders, inflammation, and hemorrhage.
  • It is often used in the treatment of skin, mouth, and eye infections.

Documents

Documents for Goldenseal Root Powder
Date Document
Sep 20, 2013 Federal Register notice requesting public comment on nominated substances (PDF HTML)
Nov 01, 2014 Concept Document

Meetings & Events

Listing of related events
Date Event Event Type Materials
Apr 16, 2014

NTP Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting

Board of Scientific Counselors
  • Agenda
  • Meeting Materials

    NTP Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting Meeting Materials
    April 16, 2014

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  • Minutes
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Public Comments

List of Public Comments for the Report on Carcinogens
Date Received Commenter(s) Affiliation In Response To
Oct 18, 2013 Michael McGuffin American Herbal Products Association Sep 20, 2013 Federal Register notice

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