The FDA Warning Letter to Alex Jones, the Host of InfoWars
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The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning letter to Alex Jones, the host of Infowars.com, over claims that his products were a cure for the COVID-19 coronavirus, which is common in the United States. Letitia James, New York’s Attorney General, has ordered him to stop marketing such products. “SuperSilver Whitening Toothpaste” and “SuperSilver Wound Dressing Gel” are just some of the many products Jones’ website touts colloidal silver. However, the FDA has previously said that colloidal gold can be used for health problems and is not a dangerous supplement.
Unfortunately, the FDA warned Jones in January about the misbranding of his product and ordered him to correct it. The order came the same day as the information Jones posted on his website. The FDA has ordered that Jones contact the agency within 48 hours. At 8:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, the products on InfoWars’s shop were no longer visible. As of Thursday, the CDC has not responded to an inquiry.
Despite this disclaimer, the CDC’s official recommendations for a vaccine against the virus are still uncertain. But it is possible that a vaccine might help. In addition, there’s also some uncertainty about the effectiveness of these products. Although there is no conclusive proof that these products are effective, they do have the potential to be dangerous. In fact, a recent report showed that some people who used the silver-based toothpaste found it effective against a number of viruses.
The InfoWars website is an extremely popular alternative medicine site. Thousands of people have turned to the web for a cure for the Covid19 virus. But the reality is much more complicated. It is impossible to prove that colloidal silver is a cure for any disease. In fact, it has been shown to cause a temporary blue tint to the skin. And it can even make a person blue! In the event of a large outbreak of the coronavirus, the cost of colloidal silver has risen drastically.
The InfoWars website sells emergency food supplies and other doomsday preparation products. As a result, prices have soared for a variety of reasons. During a coronavirus pandemic, the CDC claimed that there’s no cure for Covid-19. The price of the product skyrocketed. Meanwhile, the CDC said that the product’s manufacturer “fake news” had no connection to the company’s alleged ‘colloidal silver.
The FDA has urged Jones to stop selling colloidal silver after reports that it may cause COVID-19 and cause permanent discoloration. The FDA has banned the products after numerous complaints. The New York attorney general has also issued a cease-and-desist order to Jones. A few days after the New York attorney general’s letter, the products were no longer on the Amazon app. The FDA has warned Alex Jones to stop marketing the product.