First licensed Chinese herbal to hit British high street

Financial Times, August 10, 2015: First licensed Chinese herbal to hit British high street An Oxford-based biotech company is preparing to launch the first traditional Chinese herbal medicine to be licensed by the UK drugs regulator as a Traditional Herbal Remedy in a breakthrough for a type of therapy long consigned to the margins of western healthcare. Phynova will sell …

New over-the-counter drugs based on Chinese medicine to hit UK chemists

The Telegraph, June 13, 2015: New over-the-counter drugs based on Chinese medicine to hit UK chemists A small Oxford-based company has beaten the big pharmaceutical giants to become the first European drug maker to bring a UK licensed traditional Chinese medicine to the Western market. Phynova Joint and Muscle Relief Tablets were given the green light in March under new …

First Chinese herbal medicine to be given official authorisation for the UK

The Daily Mail, March 2, 2015: First Chinese herbal medicine to be given official authorisation for the UK A herbal treatment nicknamed ‘pig pungent weed’ has become the first traditional Chinese medicine to be authorised for use in the UK. The plant Sigesbeckia, which has an unpleasant smell, has traditionally been used to treat aches and pains – including those …