REIJNGOUD CoNCEPT has developed a
series of specific 'easy identification guides' referenced to both
CITES and EU regulations. These Include:
1) Identification of CITES protected species in
medicinal, cosmetic and aromatic products.
2) CITES related Legislation at a National and
International level, including the differences between EU member
states. For example issues regarding caviar, live plants, hunting
3) Identification of reptiles and their
products including their derivatives like leather.
4) Using the
REIJNGOUD CoNCEPT's TAM database to
identify if a 'Traditional Asian Medicine' has been recorded to
contain a CITES protected species. A list of TAM safety issues that REIJNGOUD CoNCEPT is aware of is maintained. The current version is free for
qualifying agencies. More information together with how to apply
for a username and password can be found
The TAM database is used in several EU member states, (Belgium,
Italy, Czech Republic, France, Poland, Romania, Norway, Sweden and
the UK) and has recently deployed in New Zealand.
REIJNGOUD CoNCEPT's: CPTES database to identify a species protection status under
the CITES / EU provisions.
REIJNGOUD CoNCEPT can advise on their practical
Tradtional Medicine training in Poland
Seized Dalbergia nigra (rio pallisander)
Developing identification methods
Identifying protected plants in herbal