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Topic: Poison Act 1952

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Health Ministry cancels registration of traditional product Herbun Plaster
KUALA LUMPUR: The Drug Control Authority cancelled the registration of traditional product Herbun Plaster on Oct 3 after it was found to contain scheduled poison diphenhydramine.
Malaysiakini:
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Health Ministry cancels the registration of Herbun Plaster
The Drug Control Authority cancelled the registration of traditional product Herbun Plaster on Oct 3, after it was found to contain scheduled poison diphenhydramine.
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Health Ministry cancels registration of traditional product Herbun Plaster
Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: The Drug Control Authority cancelled the registration of traditional product Herbun Plaster on Oct 3 after it was found to contain s...
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Fake medicine worth nearly 1 million seized by GOF in raid on Stutong Baru house
GOF personnel holding up some of the seized items, which they believe to be locally processed fake medicine.
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Illegal smokes, vape could cost Treasury RM6b annually, says tobacco maker
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 6 — The government could potentially lose as much as RM6 billion in taxes from cigarettes and vaping products due to poor enforcement against smugglers, the Japan Tobacco Internati...
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Health Ministry eyes amending Poisons Act for blanket ketum ban
KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — The Health Ministry is planning to amend the Poison Act 1952 in the next parliamentary meeting to clamp down on the cultivation of kratom (ketum) leaves, Deputy Minister Dr L...
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Special committee to regulate e-cigarettes
SERDANG: The Health Ministry has set up a special committee to formulate methods of control the use of electronic cigarettes (e-cig) or vape.
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Heat-not-burn refills shouldn’t be dodging tax, health requirements
PETALING JAYA: A former health ministry official and a think-tank have called on Putrajaya to treat heat-not-burn (HNB) smoking refills as cigarettes and subject to the same regulations which govern t...
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Three cops, three City Hall staff caught drinking ketum near Tasik Titiwangsa
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 12 — Three policemen and three City Hall employees were detained yesterday for consuming ketum juice near a food stall in Taman Tasik Titiwangsa.
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Car in mishap found harbouring 10kg ketum leaves
KUALA KANGSAR: Police arrested an Indonesian woman and a local man after 10kg of ketum leaves were found in the boot of their car, at Jalan Raja Idris, here, early this morning.
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Ketum leaves couriered to KK seized by police
KOTA KINABALU: Police confiscated a box containing 6kg of ketum leaves which was sent from Alor Star, Kedah to the district and left unclaimed at a courier service company, Tuesday.
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