4 out of 5 Products of Store Brands of Herbal Supplements Do Not Contain Any of the Herbs on Their Labels - Ellen Dolgen

4 out of 5 Products of Store Brands of Herbal Supplements Do Not Contain Any of the Herbs on Their Labels

Tests were conducted on top selling store brands of herbal supplements at GNC, Target, Walgreen and Walmart and found that 4 out of 5 of the products did not contain any of the herbs on their labels!

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  1. Hi Ellen. Anytime i read or hear about this kind of thing happening, it horrifies me. I’ve found in my search to wellness; it’s important to go with a reputable co. Sometimes it’s more expensive and not as convenient. And of course insurance doesn’t cover herbs.I check EVERYTHING with my Dr. And I’ve found the best herbs are from a licensed herbalist who from scratch puts together what i need… no fillers! As always Ellen, your such a blessing♡ thankyou!

    1. Thanks for your comments, Linda. It is so great that you check with your doctor before taking any supplements.

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