Dara Corrigan, JD, the FDA’s associate commissioner for regulatory affairs, says the warning letters give the companies time to voluntarily comply with federal law. He says the agency will “continue to take aggressive enforcement action against firms that market false treatments or cures that may lead to significant public health consequences.”
The companies have 15 days to notify the FDA of steps they have taken to correct violations. Failure to do so could result in legal action, including seizure and injunction, or criminal prosecution…
Products are sold under more than 20 names, such as Herpaflor, C-Cure, Medavir, O2xygen Force, Gene-Eden, Essaic Tonic Liquid Drops and Detox Formula.
The FDA recommends that people who think they might have used or are currently using a fraudulent STD product to stop using and discard the product and see a health care professional.
But what about the fruit and flowers?! Wont somebody PLEASE think of the fruit and flowers!!!