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Health Canada warning about unauthorized health products sold online


Health Canada is warning Canadians about unauthorized health products sold online at sarms.ca. 

The products, which include unauthorized prescription drugs, were promoted for various uses, including fitness and bodybuilding.
The unauthorized health products available from the website included but were not limited to clomid (clomiphene), salbutamol, tadalafil, tamoxifen, clenbuterol, andarine, ostarine, trestolone, and cardarine.
All drug products sold in Canada, including those sold over the Internet, must be approved for sale by Health Canada before they can be sold.
Taking drugs that have not been authorized by Health Canada may pose serious health risks, as they have not been assessed for safety, effectiveness or quality.
Prescription drugs should be used only under the supervision of a health care professional and obtained only from a source authorized to dispense prescription drugs.
Consumers who take a prescription drug without being examined and monitored by a health care professional may not receive appropriate treatment.
They may also put themselves at risk for drug interactions and dangerous side effects.
Consumers should stop using these products and consult with a health care professional if they have done so.
Health products have been authorized for sale by Health Canada have an eight-digit Drug Identification Number (DIN), Natural Product Number (NPN) or Homeopathic Drug Number (DIN-HM).
Health Canada has requested that the seller behind the website stop importing, selling and advertising unauthorized health products. It is also working with the Canadian Border Services Agency to help prevent further importation of these products.
Health Canada says it will take appropriate action if the seller continues to promote and sell unauthorized health products.

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