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Bogus Coronavirus Claims For Silver, Essential Oils, Herbalist's Tea 'Protocol' Plus A Price Discount

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Obviously unsubstantiated claims on how the products either prevent or cure the virus didn’t escape FDA and FTC's attention -- they warned seven firms attempting to capitalize on consumer fears. They warnings are the “first step” and they plan to enforce action against companies that continue to market products with treatment claims.

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