How Quacks Sell Supplements as Medicine (Without Breaking the Law)
Quacks and scam artists sell dietary supplements as medicine all the time. They’ve just figured out ways to do it legally. Eric Hovind was recently busted by the FDA and issued a warning letter for selling B17 supplements as a cancer cure, and that inspired me to dig deeper into this issue.
Skepticism is our only defense against scammers who would have us risk our lives over fake cures that make them money. Thunderf00t broke Eric’s story, Aron Ra told me about it, Paulogia and I researched it further, and I’m using his blunder to illustrate how the hucksters of alternative medicine market their bunk.
Collab with Paulogia: https://youtu.be/cUdS29nFZv0
Report scams to the FTC: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#crnt&panel1-1
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