Curcumin-based supplements withdrawn by the Ministry of Health. These are 95% Curcumin Plus and 95% Curcumin. According to the Rights Desk, they were responsible for two cases of hepatitis
Supplements based on curcumin withdrawn by the Ministry of Health. These are 95% Curcumin Plus and 95% Curcumin. According to the Rights Desk, they were responsible for two cases of hepatitis.
A new disturbing alarm comes from the Ministry, which has just announced the withdrawal from the market of two products of the company NI.VA di Destro Franco & Massetto Loretta SNC
These are two curcumin-based supplements, the consumption of which would even be linked to two cases of acute cholestatic hepatitis, which have resolved favorably, such as highlighted from Sportello.
On the Ministry website the two products appear among those recalled but the reason for the withdrawal is not explained. For its part, the company that produces them has published a notice on its website inviting those who have purchased the supplements to contact the company.
The two lots withdrawn are the following:
- Curcumin Plus 95%, production batch 18L823, expiry 10/2021
- Curcumin 95%, production batch 18M861, expiry 11/2021.
If you have purchased them, avoid consuming them and write to email@example.com to obtain an exchange or a refund.
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