Products that can be sold as food and do not require any specific medicine approval. These products do not make any therapeutic claims on their labels and do not contain any prohibited or regulated substance.
In Australia, some substances (e.g. Acetylcysteine) -which are generally accepted as a food supplement in other countries- may require a specific medicine authorisation. Also extremely pure herbal extracts in crystalline form fall in the therapeutic goods classification.
Aussie Pharma does not allow the sale of unauthorised products through its web site in Australia.