But when they step over the DSHEA Act line, FDA can still act, and so they have issued warning letters to Double Wood LLC (dycetin); Ebnsol Inc.(PartyPal); Vita Heaven LLC (Hangover Heaven Nightlife Prep Supplement); Happy Hour Vitamins (Happy Hour Vitamins (H2V)); LES Labs (DeToxx for Hangovers); Mind, Body&Coal LLC (Miracoal – Ultimate Hangover Relief and Total Body Detox); and Purple Biosciences LLC (Purple Tree). Their violation: They claim to cure, treat, mitigate or prevent hangovers.
Unless they go through double-blind clinical trials they cannot claim to cure, treat, mitigate or prevent disease - just like real drugs.
The companies have 15 days to comply.
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