Does anyone need any more evidence that herbal supplements are a scam?
As reported in the New York Times, DNA analysis of a variety of herbal supplements shows that the majority contain fillers, diluted quantities, substitutes or just plain rice. Of course, the average “joe” will likely not understand the study, or they will say “not my supplement, I know it ‘works’.” Still, will anything change with this recent study?
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