Last September, the FDA issued a news release cautioning that homeopathic teething tablets and gels may be harmful to babies and children, and issued a strong recommendation to not use them. This action was taken in response to reports of the teething products causing the illnesses of hundreds of infants and deaths of approximately ten babies. The move prompted some pharmacies to remove them from their shelves, which is great, except the bottles shouldn’t have been there in the first place. Pharmacies are not supposed to sell witchcraft.
I know, this article is not about food so why is it here?
It’s a PPSO – Personal Public Service Announcement.
Someone who I want to know about this will read it. The link below is to the manufacturer’s website product page with a picture of the deadly product.