Urgent warning following recall of popular health supplement JSHealth Vitamins


Popular Australian health supplement is being recalled over concerns that it may harm pregnant or nursing women due to lack of warning labels.

JSHealth Vitamins is recalling 10 lots of its Detox and Debloat tablets because the drug labels do not include necessary warnings.

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JSHealth claims the tablets are used to help relieve abdominal bloating and support the body’s natural detoxification process and are based on traditional Western herbal medicine.

The vitamin includes an extract from the seeds of Foeniculum vulgare (fennel), which contain a chemical component in fennel seeds that may not be safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women. It is also not recommended for children under 12 years old.

However, the 10 lots do not contain warnings against the use of the product by these groups.

Ten lots of JSHealth Detox and Debloat tablets have been recalled due to missing medication labels. Credit: Provided

The batch numbers affected are:

  • B23434
  • B23441
  • B23462
  • B23463
  • B23485
  • B211091
  • B211111
  • B211161
  • B211231
  • B211341

Consumers with the product are advised to verify the lot number and discontinue use if they are pregnant or nursing or may become pregnant while using the product.

Affected lots can be returned to place of purchase or contact JSHealth Vitamins customer service on 0405 802 877.

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