The world’s second-largest consumer of traditional medicines, Chinese herbal medicine has been on a tear in recent years, with sales doubling from 2013 to 2014.
But there is some debate about whether the products are as potent as the ones sold in western countries, and whether the Chinese have developed a taste for more potent and exotic ingredients.
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But the government of the People’s Republic of China is trying to control the market and has been cracking down on imported goods.
In February, the state-run China Daily reported that the Chinese government banned more than 200 of its imports of herbal medicines, including some that are in China.
The newspaper reported that a new government order would ban “traditional medicines” made from the leaves of certain trees and flowers, along with certain types of herbs.
While some of the banned ingredients include common medicines such as opium, botulinum toxin, and salvia, some are more dangerous, such as the Chinese herbal product known as “golden goose,” which is toxic to humans and animals.
In China, a government report last year found that over a third of Chinese people used some of these herbal medicines in 2015.
“They are the products that the people are using, and they are the ones that the government has approved to be used in China,” said Chris Buss, senior vice president of consumer research firm FactSet.
The government has also stepped up its efforts to stop the imports of imported medicines.
In September, it banned the sale of some traditional medicines in the U.S., including those made from tea leaves, and barred the importation of certain herbs and botanicals.
The ban applies to the two biggest sources of Chinese imports: tea and herbal medicine.
But the ban doesn’t go as far as the ban on imported tea.
While the U, U.K., and Australia ban tea, the U-K.
and Australia also ban tea and its components.
In Britain, the government says that if you buy tea in Britain, you must report it to the country where it was grown.
The U.N. also says that people can’t import tea and other products from overseas unless they are certified organic and traceable.
Buss said it’s difficult to say exactly how the Chinese are using their herbal medicines.
But he said there’s a strong correlation between their taste and their taste of traditional medicine.
“The Chinese are really, really into the flavor, they really like the aroma and taste of herbs, they like the taste of their herbal tea,” he said.
“They don’t want to be on the outside looking in.
That’s where they can get away with this.”
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But they also found that the US was one of the top markets for herbal medicines sold in China, with imports of the products accounting for less than 5 percent of the U’s total sales.
The Chinese government has long been trying to curtail imports of traditional medical products.
In 2015, the United Nations and U.P.C. urged China to stop its trade in traditional medicines and medicines from traditional medicine factories.
In December, President Xi Jinping ordered a crackdown on illegal herbal medicine and said the government will crack down on “fake” herbal medicine factories that can pose a threat to public health.
In January, Chinese authorities detained two Chinese herbal practitioners in the southwestern city of Wuhan for allegedly selling over a million capsules of a traditional Chinese medicine, the Chinese New Medicine.