Homeopathy product recalled over fears it may contain actual medicine – The Independent

When I first read the headline in my Facebook feed, I thought it had to come from the Daily Mash or some other satire site. But, no, it’s genuine.

Yet in a series of tests by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it was found that a variety of tablets, capsules, drops and suppositories – with names like “Pleo-QUENT” and “Pleo-STOLO” – actually contained quantities of penicillin.

via Homeopathy product recalled over fears it may contain actual medicine – Americas – World – The Independent.


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