90 per cent of 26 widely available Chinese traditional medicines tested were not fit for human consumption.

The study was carried out by Curtin University, Murdoch University and the University of Adelaide which found 90 per cent of 26 widely available medicines tested were not fit for human consumption. Half contained illegal substances, including toxic metals, prescription medication, stimulants Some contained arsenic, lead, Viagra, rat poison and DNA of endangered species Curtin Read more about 90 per cent of 26 widely available Chinese traditional medicines tested were not fit for human consumption.[…]