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U.S. Marshals seized nearly 3,000 bottles of Nature's Treat Energy Plus #1, a dietary supplement containing ephedra, FDA announces Dec. 6. The U.S. Attorney's Offices for the Eastern District of Texas and for the District of Oregon filed complaints of forfeiture at the agency's request, FDA adds. The seized products have a retail value of about $150,000. FDA banned supplements containing ephedrine alkaloids in 2004 and is now appealing a Utah District Court decision finding that Nutraceutical Corp. may continue selling its 10 mg product ("1The Tan Sheet" Nov. 14, 2005, p. 4)...
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