FDA To America: Please, Don't Be Idiots


8 Responses to “FDA To America: Please, Don't Be Idiots”

  1. Patiofarmer says:

    while some of the items on the list probably are fraudulent (shampoos and the like), it appears that the FDA has just sent threatening letters to any company with a product that claims that it may help with colds or flu. I recognize a lot of the companies on this list as reputable, especially Nature’s Sunshine which I’ve been using all my life. I think the FDA is using Swine Flu as an excuse to discredit and threaten makers of herbal remedies.

    • Maggie Koerth-Baker says:

      Anybody pushing a remedy for a serious infectious disease, but without proof that their remedy works better than placebo, deserves to be discredited.

  2. AllyPally says:

    It’s $570 for 30 units. That’s only $19 each.

    A bargain at half the price.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Say… arn’t you the rocket scientists that aproved aspartame?

  4. ddrdiva says:

    America to FDA: what are idiots?

  5. Anonymous says:

    I need to see more colloidal silver ads ala the Smurf congressman…The pictures are so freakin funny

  6. Anonymous says:

    Heh… I see people have been hitting the poll pretty hard: most visitors are now “not really worried” about piggie sniffles!

  7. romulusnr says:

    Swine Flu Vaccine for sale?! Is that legal? I mean, it must be, since so many people do this sort of thing and seem to get away with it. I ask only because I could always use more money, and if I’m going to have to live among stupid people in this world, I may as well make a buck off them.

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