CHAPTER VI THE PACKAGING AND REPACKAGING OF DRUGS
[Article 36] The packaging of drugs must be appropriate to the requirements of the quality of the drug and must facilitate their storage, transportation and use. Where a period of efficacy for a drug has been fixed, the period of efficacy must be clearly indicated on the package.
Where Chinese medicinal materials are to be transported, they must be packaged. On each package, the name of the product, its place of origin, the date and the name of the dispatching unit must be clearly indicated and it must be marked to indicate that the quality is up to standard.
[Article 37] Drug packages must, in accordance with regulations, be labelled and have an instruction booklet attached.
The name of the drug, its specifications, the producing unit, approval number, product batch number, principal ingredients, diseases for which it is indicated, manner of use, side-effects and points to note must be clearly set out on the label or in the instruction booklet.