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You can say whatever you want, but if you market it, you have to make everyone aware that the FDA hasn't tested it.
Nope, sayng anything about pot, or other illegal substance is NOT illegal in this country.
The problem would be, tht you advertise such a drug for selling, or promoting its consumption.....
That would be gravely illegal...
However even for recomending a drug "X" to anybody, you have to base your say on scientifical facts (at the moment, that is quite a bit impossible)
It is not illegal to merely claim this. It is illegal to claim this and sell the herb based on a false claim. A false claim would be that there is no scientific and/or medical evidence to support the claim or that the claim is not generally accepted by the medical/scientific community.
YES! 2001 law statute! (can't remember the cause number)
But yes, it is unlawful to state cure alls with herbs in the U.S.
It's illegal to market it that way unless you can provide proof to back up your claim.
I believe you can say it (first amendment) but you can't sell them and make the claim. That's how the two time fellon Kevin Trudeau gets away with selling his books "Cures they don't want you to know about"
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No, it's not illegal unless you market it without proof to back up your claim.
They will fight tooth and nail over that, though, because herbs are a FAR less profitable business to the pharmaceutical agencies.