Proposed changes to the Permissible Ingredients Determination: Low-negligible risk changes 2022-23

Closes 15 Sep 2022

Opened 4 Aug 2022

Results expected 1 Dec 2022


The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is seeking feedback from interested parties on the proposed low-negligible risk changes to the Permissible Ingredients Determination. The proposed changes address the following issues:

  1. Warning statement requiring healthcare professional supervision for the ingredients Chelidonium majus and Larrea tridentata
  2. Liver injury associated with Valeriana officinalis

To view the details of the proposed changes and respond to this consultation, please click the link under 'View Consultation and Submit Response' at the bottom of this page.

You can respond to any or all of the proposed changes. Responses may be typed into the provided text boxes, or you can upload your response as a single or multiple PDF or Word document/s. 

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Why your views matter

The TGA is requesting feedback to help ensure that the proposed changes are appropriate and support the safety and quality of listed and assessed listed medicines.

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  • Legislation
  • Regulatory policy
  • Non-prescription medicines