Crackdown on #Homeopathy

HomeopathyThe FDA is cracking down on certain homeopathic remedies. For people who aren’t over-the-moon for prescribed medications, homeopathy has been a “go to” for their wellness. In an effort to ensure some of the homeopathic remedies are  not selling baloney or causing injury, this new aggressive campaign is investigating certain homeopathic remedies like zinc-based cold remedies or those claiming to be “natural”.  It’s especially alarming when these products are marketed for children and do not have  scientific proof to substantiate the claims. First and foremost, it’s always advised that you seek a health professional when you’re ill. But leaning on medication is a necessary evil, at times. If you opt for the ride on the homeopathy train  –  be sure that if things aren’t feeling better 24-hours after the train leaves the station, you might need the turbo boost of the Rx type. Too bad, so sad.  But sad is so much worse when you’re in a holding pattern of sick.

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