While pills are supposed to help you, certain pills are being recalled right now for a good reason.

Pills sold in the state of Michigan are being recalled after a poisonous plant was discovered in them. The poison could cause severe health problems or even be fatal if the pills are consumed.

If you do not want to consume poison, read carefully.

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Recall: Pills Sold In Michigan Contaminated With Poison

G.A. Mart dba H&Natural, is voluntarily recalling 2 lots of H&NATURAL TejoRoot, 10g pills, and 2 lots of H&NATURAL Brazil Seed, .167g Seeds.


After random FDA testing, these pills were found to contain yellow oleander, which is a poisonous plant native to Mexico and Central America.

According to the FDA, the risks can be severe if ingested.

"Ingestion of yellow oleander can cause neurologic, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular adverse health effects that may be severe, or even fatal. Symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, diarrhea, abdominal pain, cardiac changes, dysrhythmia and more."

As of publication time, the company has already received one report of gastrointestinal illness with painful symptoms, including internal bleeding!


The recalled products are labeled with the expiration dates of 3/24 and 5/24.

What Should You Do If You Have The Poisonous Pills?

G.A. Mart will be notifying customers by email. Customers can request a refund of all recalled products if they contact the company.

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Customers should also contact their doctors or healthcare providers if they have experienced any problems related to taking or using the pill.

Read the full details so you can be well informed.

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