Hair supplement warning
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Sesa Hair Supplement hair loss capsule "is contaminated with unacceptable levels of lead and could cause serious adverse effects" according to warning from Health Canada. Sesa is manufactured by Rani-Pharma, but may be sold without that name. The Canadian health agency assessed the capsules following a lead poisoning hospitalization, and found the product contained more than 7,000 times the allowable limit of lead, as well as mercury and arsenic. Health Canada urges consumers to consult their physicians and report purchases of Sesa to the agency...
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