A 44 year old women wanted an approval on an herbal supplement that she was interested in taking to improve her "cardiovascular health and energy."
I'm usually open to folks trying supplements as long as I can recognize some of the ingredients.
I didn't recognize any this time.
She repeatedly pointed out the heading at the top that said, "PROVIDED BY NATURE, PROVEN BY SCIENCE."
I repeatedly pointed out the disclaimer at the bottom of the page:
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSIS, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE PROCESS.
I didn't give my approval.
I don't think she actually cared.
She let me know she had already purchased it through the mail and was already taking it.