Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG)
The publicly accessible version of the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) is the reference database of the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). It provides information on therapeutic goods that can be supplied in Australia.
What does ARTG-Listed products mean?
Surya Ayurveda feels great pleasure in announcing that we are now launching ARTG-Listed Ayurvedic products for the public as well practitioners, who are keen to use quality products for their clients.
There are only a few companies across Australia that are listed in ARTG; however, Surya Ayurveda is going to be the first one who has come up with complex formulations.
We are delighted to announce that we are launching 9 therapeutic products. Not just that, but we are also working on some more therapeutic formulations, preparing them to get listed in ARTG.
Listing with ARTG means that products –
- contain only pre-approved low-risk ingredients
- is supported by evidence that the sponsor of the medicine holds
- is manufactured at a licensed Australian GMP site
In conclusion, our products come with complete proven quality and safety. Moreover, these products have been manufactured in certified GMP facilities, where rigorous tests are performed to ensure the quality and safety of the product. One of the major concerns that come with Ayurvedic products is the presence of heavy metals. Therefore, manufacturing in GMP-approved facilities ensures that these products are free from all heavy metals and microbial impurities. For us, the health of the customer and the end-user client comes first, and getting our products licensed with ARTG fulfils that goal.