What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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2:44 min BBC Business News segment: A pharmacist earnestly appears to make totally unfounded claims for echinacea and goldenseal, as well as unsubstantiated claims for treatment for menopausal hot flushes. An MHRA man evades the essential point - fraudulent labeling. Professor David Colquhoun points out that it is a disgrace that there is still no indication of whether treatments work.  The UK government and MHRA apparently bend over backwards to support producers at the expense of consumers who get saddled with useless products.