Drug-Spiked Supplements Spread During US Holidays; Excess Yohimbine In Gorilla Root Juice
Reminding consumers in somewhat an end-of-year tradition about drug-spiked supplements, FDA also says “dangerous” levels of yohimbine found in Green Gorilla Root Juice prompted recall. Agency also suggests retailers get more involved in preventing sales of drug-spiked products labeled as supplements.
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