February 26, 2021

Dietary Supplements Recalled for Undeclared Drugs

Detox Transforms Health and Nutrition is recalling five dietary supplements because they contain undeclared drugs. These drugs can cause serious health issues with long term use. No illnesses have been reported to date.

edgeThe recalled items include INDIGO in 60 capsule white bottles with UPC number 852175004044, lot number 000034, and expiration 4/10/2017. Also recalled is EDGE Amplified Weight Release in 60 count white bottles with UPC number 852175004174; all lot numbers are recalled. AMPD Gold Bee Pollen in 60 capsules white bottles is recalled, with UPC number 852175004181; all lot numbers are recalled. BtRim Max in 60 capsule white bottles with UPC number 852175004068, lot number 00002, and expiration date 4/27/2017 is recalled. Finally, INSANE Bee Pollen in 60 count white bottles is recalled, with UPC number 852175004082, lot number 0000:02, and expiration date 6/20/2017. They were distributed nationwide through the internet and retail stores. You can see all of the product labels at the FDA site.

INDIGO and BtRim Max contain undeclared phenolphthalein, which can cause irregular heartbeat and cancer. EDGE Amplied Weight Release and INSANE Bee Pollen contained phenolphthalein and fluoxetine, which is a prescription drug that can cause abnormal bleeding, suicidal thinking, and seizures.  AMPD Gold Bee Pollen contained sildenafil, which can interact with medications and cause life-threatening hypotensive events.

Stop taking these products immediately and return them to the place of purchase for a refund. Contact your physician if you experience any adverse side effects.

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