I recently received an e-mail outlining a study titled "Echinacea and Truth in Labeling," which appeared in the ARCHIVES March 24, 2003.1 I feel compelled to let readers know that there is a gross inaccuracy in the "Background" section of the article, which states that Echinacea represents 10% of the dietary supplement market in the United States. This statement is totally false. Echinacea does not represent anywhere near 10% of the dietary supplement market in the United States.
Chopra RK. Echinacea and Clarification. Arch Intern Med. 2003;163(20):2536. doi:10.1001/archinte.163.20.2536-a
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