FDA Warns Of Fake Flu Medicine


There’s a warning about scammers looking to profit off of the flu epidemic.

The FDA is warning consumers to avoid fraudulent products that claim to prevent, treat or cure the flu.

They include drugs, dietary supplements, teas and air filters that the FDA has not approved.

It says there are no legally marketed over-the-counter drugs to prevent or cure the flu, only to treat its symptoms.

The best way to avoid it is to get a flu shot.

(Source: WABC)


  1. Reliable studies have dmonstrated, again and again, that Vitamin D in high doses is the best way to avoid the flu.

    For most people, the flu is not dangerous, merely inconvenient. However, the flu shot has resulted in paralysis and death. Which risk would you prefer?

    For details see Dr. Mayer Eisenstein’s website and the website of the National Vaccine Information Center.