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Posted March 6, 2015

Seller of Tea Drinks Warned for Drug Claims

On February 26, 2015, the FDA issued a warning letter to the seller of Anamu CancerHerb Tea Box, Anamu CancerHerb Tea Box with Honey and Organic Bottled Tea Drinks because statements made about these products on the websites, www.cancerherbtea.com and www.anamucancerherbtea.com were found to be drug claims.

Anamu CancerHerb Tea Box was promoted with statements such as "Anamu Cancer Herb Tea proven to help kill the cancer cells ...This is a must have product to get rid of your cancer cells, you have nothing to loose [sic] but the cancer" and "Also found to relieve: ...Insomnia, Inflamation [sic], Infections."

Anamu CancerHerb Tea Box with Honey was promoted with statements such as "Kills Cancer Cells but the cancer" and "Reduce Fever."

Organic Bottled Tea Drinks was promoted with statements such as "[T]ea bags & bottled tea drink to help reduce and kill bad cancer cells but also helps with ...diabetes, insomnia, arthritis, reduces fever."

See ConsumerLab.com's Review of Green Tea Supplements, Drinks and Brewable Teas for tests of related products.

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To read the FDA's warning letter, use the link below.