[Sca-cooks] medication and supplementsSugar problems, was have more fun at pennsic, was Pennsic ...

Tom Vincent Tom.Vincent at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 6 16:14:52 PDT 2006

Thanks.  Prevention is always cheaper than the cure and testing is 
always cheaper than rectifying the side-effects.  Thalidomide comes to mind.

Believing the puffed up claims on a label?  Now *that's* dense!


grizly wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> I was referring to the herbal supplements.  You probably knew that.
> "Certified"?  By who?  They label their products to avoid FDA
> requirements with a wink, using phrases specifically engineered to imply
> effects without claiming them.
> 'Dense'.  That's a good one.  To each his own.
> Duriel> > > > > >
> Gotta go with you on the "certified" thing.  Labels and terms are chosen
> very carefully only to avoid going amiss and using legally restricted
> terminology.
> That said, there is also no FDA claim that most of these materials and
> substances are of no value, or do not facilitate the benifits the labels
> generally insinuate and lead you to believe without being able to claim
> outright without expensive FDA testing and licensing.
> niccolo difrancesco
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Tom Vincent
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carrying the cross" - Sinclair Lewis

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