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Posted July 27, 2019

Herbal Doctor Remedies Recalls 43 Products

On July 24, 2019, Herbal Doctor Remedies issued a recall of 43 Chinese herbal medicines, including Bone Fixer, Lipidtrol, Pain Away, Prostatin, Stomach Flu and others, because they were marketed without FDA approval and were manufactured outside of the controls required by current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).

The products were marketed and distributed nationwide through online sales through various websites including www.herb-doc.com, www.theraherb.com, www.herbaldoctorremedies.com, and others. They may also have been purchased through acupuncturists or other alternative medicine providers. 

Recalled Herbal Doctor Remedies are packaged in white plastic containers with screw-on lids. Each container is identified with an Herbal Doctor Remedies Brand white stick-on label and red, green, and blue writing with a product expiry. They are not identified with a lot number.

Consumers who have the recalled products should stop using them and return to Herbal Doctor Remedies or the place of purchase.

See Related Recalls and Warnings:

High Levels of Lead Found in Chinese Herbal Supplements

Chinese Herbal Supplement With Lead Contamination Recalled

Chinese Herbal Supplement Recalled Due to Lead Contamination

Recall of Dangerous Chinese Herbal Supplement Expanded

To read the complete recall notice and list of products, use the link below.