A few years ago a fake supplement was marketed to autism parents for use on their children. The “supplement” was called “OSR #1”, OSR for “oxidative stress releif” or something to that effect. The name was a bit of a dodge, just as packaging it as a supplement rather than a drug was a dodge. It was/is a chelator. The chemical used–a novel synthetic chemical–was developed for use in environmental heavy metal polution.
This is obvious but worth noting: one can not “supplement” one’s intake of a chemical that humans have never been exposed to before.
If you remember OSR #1, you probably remember that the drug was pulled from the market. But you may be surprised to hear that it may be about to resurface.
The FDA found out that this chelator, this drug, was being sold as a supplement (which avoids thorough tests for safety and…
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