US FDA Registration Service for Dietary supplements

Dietary supplement are taken orally and generally incorporate vitamins & minerals, amino acids, enzymes, herbs etc. in the form of gels, capsules, powder & tablets. Until October 1994, dietary supplements had same requirements as the regular foods. However the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) were signed into law in October 1994. Producers and suppliers of dietary supplements cannot market them in U.S.

if they are either adulterated or misbranded. Hence they must assess the safety as well as labeling of what they market to make certain that they confirm every guideline of DSHEA and FDA regulations. It is mandatory for the manufacturer or marketer of the dietary supplement whose name is printed on the label to submit to FDA completely, the serious adversative factor reports related with usage of the dietary supplement.