A popular form of homeopathic comfort for babies who are teething is being recalled. Consumers who have products which are being recalled should contact the company.
A nationwide recall is underway for baby teething tablets that the FDA says are unsafe.
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The company, Standard Homeopathic, said it was recalling the tablets at the request of the Food and Drug Administration, which had concluded that they contained inconsistent amounts of belladonna, an herb known colloquially as "deadly nightshade".
Hyland's teething tablets are being recalled nationwide due to inconsistent levels of toxic belladonna, which USA regulators say makes them a serious health hazard to young children. Laboratory analysis showed that the amount of belladonna in the tablets sometimes exceeded the amount claimed on the product labeling. The recall includes all products that retailers may have in stock; the company stopped shipping product back in October 2016. This recall is to ensure that all products still on shelves are pulled. "We are committed to maintaining and earning the trust consumers have placed in Standard Homeopathic Company".
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Standard Homeopathic Company is notifying its distributors and retailers by mail and is arranging for the return of all recalled products. Now, under pressure from the FDA, Hyland's has officially issued a recall for all of its homeopathic teething products.
The agency long suspected that the products' inclusion of belladonna, a plant once commonly used as a makeshift muscle relaxant but which can be toxic and deadly in high enough doses, was the culprit.
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Consumers should contact their physician or healthcare provider if they believe they have experienced any problems that may be related to taking or using the product.
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