TUESDAY, August 28, 2018 (HealthDay News) – Hundreds of Dr. Ing. King's homeopathic water-based medicines for children, adults and pets may be unsafe because of the high levels of microbial contamination, the US Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday.
Because of the risk of infection, consumers with these products manufactured by King Bio Inc. of Asheville, NC should discard it, the agency stressed.
Products covered by the recall: Cough self-help for children; Dr. King's chicken pox symptom relief; Dr. Kings Children's Ear Relief Formula; Dr. Kings Kids Appetite Enhancer; Dr. Kings attention and learning improvement for children; Dr. Kings treatment of the common cold; Dr. King's wart freeze; and pet products for urinary incontinence and digestive relief.
A complete list is available on the King Bio website.
Those at greatest risk from recalled products include infants, children, pregnant women, and immunocompromised people, FDA said.
In July, King Bio voluntarily recalled three homeopathic drug products due to confirmed microbial contamination, and on August 22 it extended this recall to include 32 more products. On August 23, the FDA recommended that the company recall all of its waterborne drug products.
The FDA has recently inspected the King Bio facility and collected product samples, and the agency is testing and analyzing these samples.
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See the full list of recalled products. King.
SOURCE: US Food and Drug Administration, Press Release, August 28, 2018
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