Ayurvedic Medicines Alert! . . . 

Tourists are advised to exercise caution before buying certain Ayurvedic medicines that are sold in India. Some Ayurvedic drugs, as per Health Canada are said to contain harmful ingredients that can be dangerous to your health. Health Canada has cautioned people against using the following medicines citing excessive lead and mercury content in them.  1. Indian-made Karela tablets 2. Maha Sudarshan Churna powder 3. Safi liquid 3. Yograj Guggul tablets 4. Sudarshan tablets 5. Shilajit capsules 6. Annai Aravindh Herbals Rheuma-7 Capsules 7. Himalaya Diabecon Tablets 8. Laurel's Diabecs Capsules 9. Goodcare Diabet Guard Granules    Many of these medicines are sold all over India and people apparently continue to use them either because of ignorance or they their own beliefs that these medicines are not harmful. You can visit the Canada Health website for complete information. The website provides detailed information on the warnings issued. Health Canada's latest warning was issued on March 2008 can be viewed here. Despite warnings many of these products are still available and sold in India. Foreigners can easily become targets of salesmen selling a variety of make believe quick fix drugs, quite often even on main streets. Don't buy any medicine from such people. Con men are all over the world and India has its share of them as well. There is no sense like common sense so be alert and enjoy your holiday in India.
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Ayurvedic Medicines Alert! . . .  Tourists are advised to exercise caution before buying certain Ayurvedic medicines that are sold in India. Some Ayurvedic drugs, as per Health Canada are said to contain harmful ingredients that can be dangerous to your health. Health Canada has cautioned people against using the following medicines citing excessive lead and mercury content in them.  1. Indian-made Karela tablets 2. Maha Sudarshan Churna powder 3. Safi liquid 3. Yograj Guggul tablets 4. Sudarshan tablets 5. Shilajit capsules 6. Annai Aravindh Herbals Rheuma-7 Capsules 7. Himalaya Diabecon Tablets 8. Laurel's Diabecs Capsules 9. Goodcare Diabet Guard Granules    Many of these medicines are sold all over India and people apparently continue to use them either because of ignorance or they their own beliefs that these medicines are not harmful. You can visit the Canada Health website for complete information. The website provides detailed information on the warnings issued. Health Canada's latest warning was issued on March 2008 can be viewed here. Despite warnings many of these products are still available and sold in India. Foreigners can easily become targets of salesmen selling a variety of make believe quick fix drugs, quite often even on main streets. Don't buy any medicine from such people. Con men are all over the world and India has its share of them as well. There is no sense like common sense so be alert and enjoy your holiday in India.
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