Que She which is to be a herbal weight loss supplement is not it appears to be. It is marketed as herbal but it really is not a herbal supplement. Now the FDA has issued a immediate recall of this so called herbal supplement for weight loss.
It has been discovered there are pharmaceutical ingredients in the pills that are not listed at all on the labeling. FDA is warning persons if you have taken this capsule stop immediately and contact your health care professional right away.
Que She was for sale in herbal stores brick and mortar or online. This product was also sold under the name “Slimming Factor Capsule” promoting all natural product of Chinese herbs.
The FDA has discovered evidence of a chemical compound which was prohibited by the FDA many years prior. The FDA noticed this herbal product was not really herbal and causing health issues in persons using the herbal supplement.
The FDA discovery has lead to the following find of evidence:
Fenfluramine stimulant drug which was removed in 1977 on the United States market after several studies had show the drug caused vital valve damage.
Propranolol a beta blocker drug that can put persons with bronchial asthma at possible harm for heart conditions.
Sibutramine a prescription weight loss drug and a controlled substance, a little while ago it was in a study with initial discovery revealed a link between sibutramine usage and a heightened chance of heart attack and strokes in patients with history of heart disease.
Ephedrine a stimulant drug that is sold over the counter for brief relief for asthma but can cause issues for persons with particular cardiovascular conditions.
The above ingredients can combine with other medications and end in grave detrimental crisis.
Persons are advised to notify any detrimental effects from this capsule.
Information can be given to the FDA’s Medwatch Safety Information And Adverse Event Reporting Program on line at : www.fda.gov/MedWatch/report.htm and by telephone at 1-800- 332-1088. Also by downloading a form available at Medwatch Download Forms page and return by mail to the address which appears on the preprinted form or you can fax it to 800-FDA-0178
As with any herb please seek advice from a qualified practitioner before using and before trying an alternative treatments consult with your primary care practitioner.
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