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Posted June 25, 2020

"Anti-Viral" Supplement Recalled for Unsupported Coronavirus Claims

On June 23, 2020, Golden Nutrition Inc. issued a recall of four lots of Anti-Viral Immune Enhancement Capsules because the label makes unsupported health claims to "help fight corona virus and influenza." The company warned that consumers that "use this product instead of seeking medical treatment run the risk of serious, life threatening health consequences."

Recalled Anti-Viral Immune Enhancement Capsules were distributed nationwide and packaged in green 150cc PET bottles of 60 capsules with a gold cap. They can be identified by the following:
  • Lot # 1493, Expiration 04/2023

  • Lot # 1499, Expiration 04/2023

  • Lot # 1513, Expiration 05/2023

  • Lot # 1515, Expiration 05/2023
Consumers who purchased these capsules should not consume them and should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

See ConsumerLab's answers to the question What are natural remedies for coronavirus (COVID-19)? Do supplements like zinc, vitamin C, or herbals work?

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