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Herbal sprays recalled due to risk of infection

Filed February 13th, 2012 Joshua Sophy

Wholistic Herbs Inc. has issued a recall on two of its herbal spray products because they are not sterile.

The company said an Food and Drug Administration inspection prompted by labelling concerns with the products included in the recall led to sampling of the products. Those tests revealed they were not sterile and could therefore lead to infection and serious illness.

The company is recalling its “Koff & Kold” spray with herbal extract and its “Kold Sore” spray with liquid sea mineral. These products were available in 1-fluid ounce spray bottles. They were sold in stores in Texas, California, Washington, Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Illinois, Georgia, Nevada, Arizona, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida. Consumers were also able to purchase these products from the company’s Web site, naturalapothecary.com. They were also distributed through acupuncture clinics.

Because these products are not sterile, they may lead to serious infections. The “Koff & Kold” spray with herbal extract is meant to be sprayed into the nose and throat to treat symptoms of a cold and flu. The “Kold Sore” spray is designed to be sprayed into the nose, onto the lips, and onto the genitals to treat various infections.

The recall includes all Use By dates of these products. There have been no illnesses linked to the use of these products.

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