Written By Kami Davis
Americans,,, Please read what is below. May you listen carefully to what we’re trying to tell you. They are trying to get a bill passed (SB4090) https://legiscan.com/US/bill/SB4090/2021?fbclid=IwAR1M_xE1MOpfsyy2IXSRO8-uQsnZ-Et17QiCoG4Bx-xqYUItlZDM9ybozfs, to amend the current one (DSHEA). They want you to think it’s for our protection, but it’s NOT.
Any adverse reactions reported regarding dietary supplements and they will likely pull that particular one off the shelf. We rely on our holistic medicine and the greatest thing about it is that we don’t have to go to the doctor to get it. We can take care of ourselves with self-autonomy, which is how it rightfully should be.
If this passes, there will be MANY dietary supplements eliminated, Kratom for one. NAC, a supplement helping Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease will be gone. Valerian root, Melatonin, St. John’s Wart and the herbs that Americans have used in place of Big Pharma will pass away.
Go to this link and oppose SB 4090. https://www.protectkratom.org/congress
‘Modernizing the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act
In the more than 25 years since the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA) was enacted, the dietary supplement market in the U.S. has grown from approximately 4,000 products to somewhere between 50,000 and 80,000 products. FDA is seeking to modernize
DSHEA to strengthen FDA’s implementation and enforcement of DSHEA and clarify FDA’s authorities relating to products marketed as “dietary supplements.” Specifically, FDA is seeking to amend DSHEA to: (1) require annual listing with FDA of individual dietary supplement products, including basic information about each unique product; and (2) clarify FDA’s authorities over products marketed as dietary supplements to facilitate enforcement against unlawfully marketed products. These amendments would allow FDA to know when new products are introduced, quickly identify dangerous or illegal products on the market, and take appropriate action to protect consumers …’https://www.fda.gov/media/157194/download?utm_campaign=FDA+Seeks+%248.4+Billion+to+Further+Investments+in+Critical+Public&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery