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The Medicines (Exemption from Licences) (Foods and Cosmetics) Order 1971

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2.  Any vitamin preparation in relation to which there are written particulars or directions as to dosage specifying a recommended daily dosage for adults which involves a daily intake in excess of—

(i)the equivalent of 2,500 Units (within the meaning of the 1968 edition of the British Pharmacopoeia) of vitamin A activity, or

(ii)the equivalent of 250 Units (within the meaning of the 1968 edition of the British Pharmacopoeia) of antirachitic activity, or

(iii)25 micrograms of folic acid, or

(iv)5 micrograms of cyanocobalamin.

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