Warning for Gingko Biloba users
Four major retailers in the US accused of selling fraudulent and potentially dangerous herbal supplements, including Gingko Biloba often prescribed to vitiligo patients. Investigation by New York State attorney general found that as many as a 45% of herbal supplements tested did not contain the plants listed on their labels — only cheap fillers instead. In the study, nine of the tests revealed no Gingko Biloba plant DNA but only allium, rice, spruce, and asparagaceae. Read the full story in the New York Times.