Yohimbe Ban Suggested, 'God' Warned: Health And Wellness Industry News
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
ED-spiked supplement importers identified; FDA and FTC act on GAO outreach suggestion; ephedra-like rulemaking needed for yohimbe – study; and God's book among violative claims by Florida firm.
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