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Oleanderin Rejected by FDA

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stereologist

If HCQ wasn't enough of a failure,now a deadly poison has been promoted by Trump ad his stooges.

The poison oleanderin was recently promoted by the drug abusing Pillow guy and trump.

The FDA received a request to authorize oleanderin as a drug and as a dietary supplement.

https://nypost.com/2020/09/05/fda-rejects-drug-touted-as-possible-covid-19-cure-by-mypillow-ceo/

That turned out to be a dumb thing to do.

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The FDA on Friday gave its safety thumbs down to Oleandrin — the extract the MyPillow CEO has pushed as a possible coronavirus cure.

Oleandrin, could not “reasonably be expected to be safe” as a dietary supplement, the Food & Drug Administration wrote in a letter to Phoenix Biotechnology, which had applied for the agency’s approval.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who sits the board of Phoenix Biotechnology, was touting Oleandrin to President Trump and the White House last month as a promising — but unproven — “cure” for the coronavirus, Axios reported at the time.

It's one unproven snake oil after another

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stereologist

My understanding is that the pillow guy tried to send in a request for oleandrin to be considered a drug or a supplement.

The FDA rejected the drug portion of the claim stating this was a poison, not a drug, and you provided no data to analyze it as a drug. Then they stated it could not be a supplement since you claim it is a drug.

Done deal and this new HCQ replacement for Trump ad his stooges has been rejected.

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Piney
On 9/17/2020 at 7:49 PM, stereologist said:

The FDA rejected the drug portion of the claim stating this was a poison, not a drug, and you provided no data to analyze it as a drug. Then they stated it could not be a supplement since you claim it is a drug.

The quack laws allow for "supplements" in the U.S. and most of them should be banned. 

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stereologist

The previous snakeoil pushed by the village idiot was H C Q. The shining example people used to proclaim it works was India.I fear for them. They are still in an exponential growth. When will it end? In a few days they will surpass the number of cases in the US.

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Tatetopa

My mom had a couple of oleander plants and frequently warned the kids that they were poisonous.   Is oleandrin  derived from this plant?

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stereologist
On 9/20/2020 at 8:34 PM, Tatetopa said:

My mom had a couple of oleander plants and frequently warned the kids that they were poisonous.   Is oleandrin  derived from this plant?

Yes. The entire plant from leaves to stems to roots is poisonous.

When I lived in Arizona there were people that became quite ill from using the nice straight branches to toast marshmallows.

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