“Now, the US government is requiring that producers of such items ensure that if they want to claim they are effective treatments, then they need to make available the proof. Otherwise, they will need to point out that there is “no scientific evidence that the product works”.”
“To believe homeopathy works … is to believe in magic.”
It’s about time they cracked down on those charlatans. It’s amazing how homeopaths have been allowed to lie to the public and peddle concoctions that have not an ounce of evidence behind their efficacy or safety without any oversight. More countries need to do this.
Yes, the article is from November last year, but I just came across it. It’s surprising it has not had more coverage. This is the press release from the FTC’s website.