Reishi D has earned its distributor an FDA warning letter.
Young Health Products is warned for claims its products can treat diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s, COPD, autism and much more.
FTC and FDA have teamed up to rid the ‘net of misleading and, in some cases, downright fraudulent “herbal” remedies for opioid addiction and withdrawal.
TruVision has been officially warned by FDA for claims about truWeight & Energy Gen 2, Ubiquinol, Omega 3, reNU, truElevate and Pycnogenol.
BrainAlert is FDA-warned and told it cannot use scientific studies to hawk its supplement.
After multiple inspections Maine Natural Health is officially warned for lax quality control, false claims and “adulterated” products.
Wellness Resources has been formally warned for
“misbranded” drugs and ordered to remove certain medical claims.
HelloLife’s Diamaxol doesn’t live up to its label’s promise, alleges FDA.
After working on an expired registration for years, and then refusing an FDA agent entry for an inspection, Lonnie Redd and her company, Years To Your Health, get a formal warning letter.
Weeks after being formally warned to remove certain claims, it appears that Moon Valley Natural Products has not completely done so.
Warned by the FDA for making medical claims about bath soap and other products, Joanne O’Donnell reworks the Be Natural Organics website.
Peddling “natural” products for cancer, hypertension, glaucoma, weight loss and more earns Absonutrix an official FDA warning letter.