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World experts warn of "miracle cures" against Corona

18:05  24 november  2020
18:05  24 november  2020 Source:   fitforfun.de

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  Experten warnen vor © iStockphoto More and more dubious remedies are being advertised, especially on the Internet, in the fight against Corona. But experts warn against ingestion and its effects.

experts warn of dubious corona protection promises from providers of means such as ginger extract and hemp oil. "Among the dietary supplements there are no miracle cures against Covid-19," emphasized Friedel Cramer, President of the Federal Office for Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL), on Tuesday in Berlin.

"In my opinion it is unheard of how some traders are trying to profit from people's fears in the current situation." Dietary supplements could neither prevent nor cure Covid-19 diseases. Nor should they be advertised with statements related to illness.

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In Germany, the control bodies of the federal states have already found 60 such offers on the Internet. In the course of a Europe-wide control campaign, 592 suspicious websites have been identified so far.


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According to the BVL, the German-language offers were forwarded to the responsible supervisory authorities for review. After controls, the offers were changed or deleted.

consumer centers have been warning of dubious providers for a long time and are taking action against it. "More and more manufacturers are promoting their dietary supplements or plant extracts with alleged protection against infection with the coronavirus. But that is generally not allowed," said in a message from the Berlin consumer center from June.

took action against a company that advertised that hemp oil could reduce susceptibility to all types of viral infections.

Another provider advertised an "Immunity Set" - various plant powders for the production of smoothies that were supposed to help fight the coronavirus. The consumer advice center sued this provider.

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consumer advice center: Coronavirus: What can dietary supplements do ?; Retrieved on November 24, 2020, https://www.klartext-nahrungsergaenzung.de/wissen/lebensmittel/auswaehlen-zubereiten-aufbewahren/coronavirus-was-koennen-nahrungsergaenzemittel-45640

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