In Brief: Alcohol Neutralizer warning letter
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Alcohol Neutralizer warning letter: FDA tells Chicago-based Market Systems, Ltd. that its Alcohol Neutralizer, containing pueroria flower and root and making claims such as "help[s] detoxify alcohol from the system rapidly," is a "new drug." The product falls under the overindulgence final rule, in which no ingredient is recognized as safe and effective as a sobriety aid or to minimize or prevent inebriation, the letter says. In the rule, FDA said such products may present a health hazard, particularly if motorists use them after drinking. The company says it has stopped selling the product...
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