Dietary Supplements Compendium

Two volume set. One indispensable quality resource.

Order the 2015 Dietary Supplements Compendium (DSC). Published every three years, DSC is a comprehensive resource for dietary supplement manufacturers and ingredient suppliers. It contains monographs, regulatory guidances, and reference tools relevant to the dietary supplement supply chain.

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Coming Soon! Dietary Supplements Compendium 2018

Previously offered in print, the 2018 edition will only be issued as a one-year subscription for $150 via a protected downloadable pdf. Features include 24 added General Chapters, 72 new monographs, 59 updated HPTLC plates, and more!

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DSC Features
  • 75 added dietary supplement monographs--nearly 500 in all--from USP 38-NF 33 through the First Supplement.
  • 27 added General Chapters
  • More than 175 excipient monographs
  • Over 200 Food Chemicals Codex (FCC) monographs
  • More than 40 added or revised DSC admission evaluations
  • Includes over 150 more pages of color plates and illustrations

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Contents At-a-Glance

VOLUME ONE VOLUME TWO

General Notices and Requirements

DSC Admission Evaluations: New reviews for 5-Hydroxy-L-tryptophan, Rhodiola rosea¸ Zeaxanthin, Menaquinone-7, Holy Basil Leaf, Krill Oil, and revised reviews for Melatonin, Boswellia serrata, Garcinia cambogia, and Maca. View sample.

USP General Chapters: Tests, assays, procedures, and information for dietary supplements, including HPTLC methods.

Tables of Dietary Intake Levels

USP–NF Dietary Supplement Monographs: New specifications for Menaquinone-7, Methylcobalamin, Krill Oil, Rhodiola rosea, Rosemary, and Tienchi Ginseng. 

Industry Guidance Documents

USP–NF Excipient Monographs: More than 175 excipient monographs.

Illustrations: Macro/micro photographs, diagrams, chemical structures, and TLC/HPTLC/HPLC pictures. View sample.

FCC General Provisions

Dietary Supplements Regulatory Framework: Excerpted portions of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, GMP regulations, new and updated FDA Guidances, FTC advertising requirements, and more.

FCC Monographs: Monographs for ingredients used in dietary supplements from the FCC, Ninth Edition.

Verification Program Documents: Information about USP Verification services for dietary supplements.

FCC Appendices with relevant FCC tests, assays, procedures, and information, including non-protein nitrogen determination methods.

Reagents, Indicators, and Solutions

Reference Tables

Legal Recognition

USP dietary supplement standards are legally recognized under certain conditions.