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I went to the FDA web site and did a search for Everclr3 and
came up with nothing, zilch, zero. I did a search for Everclr
and came up with the following references and quotes. I encourage
you to read through it all and make up your own mind. Always check
with your doctor if you are not sure.
FDA Announces Initiative to Provide Better Health Information for Consumers: In the enforcement action being announced today, FDA revealed that United States Marshals on Monday, December 16, 2002, seized approximately 3000 bottles, valued at more than $100,000, of EverCLR, a dietary supplement. EverCLR is marketed by Halo Supply Company of San Diego, Calif., as a "natural" treatment for viruses, including the herpes virus, and for "cold and flu protection."
None of these claims has been substantiated. In court documents, FDA charges that EverCLR is an unapproved and therefore illegal new drug because it is promoted to treat or prevent specific diseases and conditions. FDA also charges that EverCLR is misbranded because its labeling lacks adequate directions for use.
Enforcement Story Introduction: On December 16, 2002, at the request of FDA U.S. Marshals seized approximately 3000 bottles, valued at more than $100,000, of EverCLR, a dietary supplement. EverCLR was deceptively marketed by Halo Supply Company of San Diego, California, as a "natural" treatment for viruses, including the herpes virus, and for "cold and flu protection."
Statement on Dietary Supplements
FDA Highlights of Recent Enforcement Actions:
On December 16, 2002, U.S. Marshals seized approximately 3,000 bottles of EverCLR, a dietary supplement, valued at more than $100,000. EverCLR was marketed by Halo Supply Company of San Diego, California, a “natural” treatment for viruses such as the herpes virus and “cold and flu protection.” None of these claims were substantiated. FDA charged that EverCLR was an unapproved and therefore, illegal, new drug because it was promoted to treat and prevent specific diseases and conditions. Because EverCLR’s labeling lacked adequate directions for use, FDA also charged that it was misbranded.
The EverCLR3 tablets are a totally
overpriced rip off. After a few weeks, I was feeling sick as a dog,
and getting worse. There was no way I could keep taking them, and it
wasn't stopping the herpes either. ~X
I tried everclr3 in January 2003. The directions
say to take 2 capsules 3 times a day for the first 30 days. About the 25th day I
started leaking seamen at the end of my urination. I went to the doctor and he
gave me some antibiotics as he said it was a urinary infection from the mega
dose of those evercle3 herbal vitamins that I took. The leaking seemed to go
away for a few weeks and then would come back. I was given a number of different
antibiotics over the next several months as the leaking seemed to be less than
the first time. The doctor said I probably has a bad case of chronic parostitis
and it would take awhile to get rid of or go away completely. ~X
Two months ago I went to see a urologist and he did
a biopsy on my prostate and it came back with CANCER in it!!! Not only was I
shocked beyond belief, but also the urologist could not believe that a 37 year
old man could have prostate cancer at such a young age. (I happen to be a white
man but have heard that black men have higher chances for prostate problems.)
Other than genital herpes I have always been in
perfect health with absolutely no problems with my body. I have always been a
health nut and stayed in perfect health and shape. (There are no prostate
problems that run in my family.)
I know that I can't be the only one that this
everclr3 has harmed or that nobody else who has taken herbal vitamins to have
some kind of bad reaction. A lady did tell me that her dad took some cats claw
and some other herbal vitamin and it gave him an inflamed prostate to the point
where he finally had to have it removed.
I hope to hear from anyone else who has had any problems with everclr3. Another
thing you can do is contact the FDA and tell them your story like I did here on
this site. Beware of that 975 mg. a day mega dose of everclr3!!! ~XI tried this many years ago. I
believe they offered a homeopathic product which the company changed completely
into an herbal product without changing their "research" that herpes outbreaks
are really fungal infections. They had a money back guarantee, which I took
advantage of when the product didn't work. However, to further bamboozle me,
they offered (in place of a refund) to customize a treatment for me based on my
blood analysis. They sent a glass slide I was suppose to put a drop of blood on
and return to them. Talk about a bogus company! ~X