This is an abbreviation of ‘GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE’, a basic condition guaranteeing the stability and effectiveness of pharmaceuticals in terms of quality. It is considered to be an excellent pharmaceutical manufacturing management standard and is a specification of various requirements to manufacture high-quality pharmaceuticals. It is a norm that must be observed during the entire process of quality control, from the receipt of raw materials to the delivery of finished products.
It is a standard for the production of excellent medicinal herb products, regulating manufacturing and the quality control of a product.
Purpose of GMP
The purpose is to secure product EFFICACY, SAFETY, and STABILITY through 'minimization of artificial errors', 'prevention of contamination and quality deterioration', and 'establishment of a quality assurance system'.