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May 28, 2009

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fridawrites

I think you should send these posts to the FDA. Even with supplements, there's a limit, and some of those have been outlawed. It's possible they could just be making up a placebo type pill but that's false advertising. If they actually are putting these ingredients in pills, there's a lot to evidence physical harm to people.

yanub

I prefer to make up my complex ignorance fresh from scratch in the kitchen. And then I can throw in the table scraps and mouse droppings to get the right consistency. My problem has been marketing the resultant goop. Obviously, I need to declare it Swedish.

All joking aside, this product sounds horrifying. How can something made from hairballs and poison be sold legally?

Lisa Moon

"Should I ever get the urge to sprinkle my breakfast eggs with tree tumeric, sulphur and complex ignorance, then eat them shells and all, I will let you guys know how I get on." LMFAO!

Yanub: also LMFAO.

I wonder if they mean linseed, which is also known as flax. It is edible, but chemically-pressed versions are used extensively in such things as paint-thinning, varnish and such. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linseed_oil

(Again, if it's just edible quality linseed, it's healthy, but I'd wonder about their extraction methods, what with the hairballs and semi-precious stones included!).

But UGH, it's just disgusting that anyone or any company is getting away with marketing this crap to desperate, hopeful people!

One Sick Mother

Frida,

I am looking into the FDA thing, there is a lot of information out there, but little of it seems to be quite relevant to this types of case.

Yanub, Good plan but be careful. A little complex ignorance goes a long way...

Lisa, thanks. I'm not sure if they mean Linseed, oil, because of the correct name of the plant included. and because because many of the latin names have Linn on the end; -not sure what it means exactly. I *could* look it up, I suppose, but I am all Googled out right now.

Yes it is quite despicable when it is all laid out like that, right? Pretty bad what some people will do to make a buck.

(and interesting that is is ALL in bucks; i.e. American Dollars, despite the fact that all the locations involved claim to be outside of the United States....)
-OSM

Jim

Trematab .com has a similar list to formulation II
of your article, "Oslo Health Solutions PotS part II". It is for benign tremors. Thanx for your info.

Jasmine

Oh my God! This is a serious matter! I think Oslo Health Solutions must undergo to an investigation.

JIM LEONE

OSM- THANKS FOR DOING ALL THAT WORK ! I'M A SUCKER FOR HERBAL & MINERAL REMEDIES. I SEARCHED FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY FORMULAS FOR AN ACQUAINTANCE AND FOUND MD-TAB.COM. IT HAS THE SAME CONTENTS AND GUARANTEE AS SYROTAB FORMULATION 1. I'M SOOO GLAD I SEARCHED THE HERB NAME Berberis aristate Ext , AND FOUND YOUR BLOG. MAYBE I'LL STILL SEE IF I SHOULD BOTHER MAKING A TINCTURE WITH IT. I'LL TRY TO BE LESS NAIVE. LOVING AND CONCERNED PEOPLE LIKE YOU ARE A BLESSING. GOD BLESS THE INTERNET ! REGARDS, JIM 10/1/09

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Oh wow! Thank you for this very informative post. I have many natural supplements in my cabinet because I thought they are better thsn synthetic medicines. I didn't realize I need to be careful too with these herbal medicines. I will definitely bookmark this. Thanks again.

matovnet

Блог сделан грамотоно, так держать и дальше. Молодцы!

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