Licorice Root, ‘Cough Syrup’ And Nasal Spray Among Bogus COVID-19 Remedies In US
All the online retailers FDA and FTC most recently warned appear to have removed false claims as of 13 May. A rural lifestyle outfitter among the warned businesses, however, touted its licorice root remedy on social media after receiving a warning.
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