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Chaparral not allowed in Canada
 
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Chaparral not allowed in Canada


February 2006 - Health Canada is warning consumers not to ingest the herb chaparral in the form of loose leaves, teas, capsules or bulk herbal products because of the risk of liver and kidney problems. The chaparral shrub grows in the Western United States and parts of Mexico and is used traditionally by the indigenous people of these regions to treat such conditions as arthritis, cancer, tuberculosis, bowel cramps, venereal disease, colds and bronchitis. No chaparral -containing products are currently approved by Health Canada for any use. [Health Canada warns consumers not to take products containing chaparral. News release, Dec 21, 2005]

LOOKS LIKE I COULDNT GET IT HERE; EVEN IF I ORDERED IT FROM USA, THEY WILL STOP IT AT CUSTOMS.

TOO BAD. PROPERTIES SOUNDED INTERESTING
 

 
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