TGA information for healthcare professionals

Clinical guidelines and details on access routes for plant-based medicine products can be found in the source article provided by the TGA. To view the article, click the link below.

Accessing plant-based medicine for a patient

If you decide that ‘unapproved’ plant-based medicine products are clinically appropriate for your patient, there are four access pathways:

  • Authorised Prescriber – Established History of Use pathway
  • Authorised Prescriber – Standard pathway
  • SAS Category A notification pathway
  • SAS Category B application pathway

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