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FDA Announces EphBurn 25 Recall

Filed August 31st, 2012 Laurie

Brand New Energy (BNE), a dietary supplement and re-sale distributor, is recalling its EphBurn 25 products. A third-party retailer which purchased EphBurn 25 that one lot of EphBurn 25 was sampled by the FDA and found to contain ephedrine alkaloids, making it an unapproved drug. The recall was initiated August 28.

Ephedrine is commonly used as a stimulant, appetite suppressant, concentration aid, and decongestant, and it has been used to help aid in weight loss. It is associated with a number of adverse events, including elevated blood pressure, rapid heartbeat, nerve damage, muscle injury, and psychosis and memory loss.

The Food and Drug Administration states, “This recall affects all lot codes and use by dates of EphBurn 25. The product is a 90-count bottle with red capsules and prominently displays the product name “ephBURN 25″ in white letters on the front of a red label.
There is no UPC code. EphBurn 25 was previously discontinued on or about May of 2012.”
EphBurn was distributed to various retail stores nationwide, and was sold via the internet from April 2010 through August 2012.

Consumers who purchased the EphBurn subject to recall should stop using it immediately and seek a medical professional if they experience any adverse events.

Consumers can contact the distributor of the product at or call 1-888-234-2595, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., PST, to receive further instructions for returning the product or with any questions.

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