Dr. King's Homeopathics Recalled; MyNicNaxs Starts Recall 3 Months After FDA Shutdown
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Dr. King's brand homeopathic Aquaflora Candida HP9, Lymph Detox and Baby Teething liquids are recalled after FDA found microbial contaminants. MyNicNaxs, which was shut down in March, is recalling all supplements it sold for five years. Gaia Ethnobotanical is latest firm recalling kratom-containing supplements due to salmonella.
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FDA deemed 469 homeopathic remedies manufactured by King Bio – marketed as Dr. King’s: Natural Medicine, Aquaflora, SafeCareRx and Safecare bands – and recalled since July as class I, indicating the agency considers that a violative product poses reasonable probability of serious adverse health consequences or death. Kingston Pharma recalls one lot of DG/health Naturals baby Cough Syrup + Mucus potentially contaminated and Ata Int.'s BlueFusion product marketed as a dietary supplement contains ED ingredients and other drugs.
There may be fewer recalls, but they are getting more publicity, in part because of FDA warnings that one recalcitrant firm said “decimated” sales.