Public told not to use Senna Plus Capsule


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  • Wednesday, 07 Oct 2009

PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has advised the public against buying and using a traditional product named Senna Plus Capsule 400mg (MAL-06100616TC) as its registration has been cancelled by the Drug Control Authority (DCA).

This was because the scheduled poison sibutramine, which is not allowed for use in traditional products, was detected in it, the ministry’s Pharmacy Services Senior Director Eisah Abdul Rahman said in a statement.

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