US COVID-19 Fraud: Oleander Stops Viral Duplication, Oral Rinse Delivers 30-Second Cure
Online claims and social media posts lead to warnings to Phoenix Biotechnology and Avila Herbals for claiming oleander homeopathic at 4X concentration can interfere with COVID-19 and other viruses’ duplication, and Rowpar Pharmaceuticals about a rapid cure provided by oral rinses and spray.
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