December 16, 2017

Al-Er-G Capsules Recalled for Ephedra

MusclMasster of Wheat Ridge, Colorado is recalling all bottles of Al-Er-G Capsules because they contain Ephedra, an FDA banned ingredient. Ephedrine alkaloids an cause heart attack, stroke, and death. No reports of illnesses or adverse reactions have been received to date.

The product was marketed to help people with allergies. It could have been sampled in six capsule packs from the company’s wellness center in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, but no records were kept of who received the samples. All of the samples were destroyed.

The recalled product was distributed from Colorado through the wellness center and retail store. There is no UPC number or expiration dates. The lot number is 314. One bottle each was shipped to Wyoming, South Carolina, and Washington between 2016 and 2o17. The item is packaged in a white bottle with a white cap. Each bottle contains 60 or 150 capsules. Each capsule is 180 mg of Ephedra herb in a 650 mg capsule.

If you purchased this product do not consume it. Throw it away in a sealed or double bagged package, or take it back to the place of purchase for a full refund. You can also return them to New Genesis Health at 4565 Kipling Street in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.

Al Er G Recall

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