The United States Food & Drug Administration has many rules that we must follow. In particular, we must avoid making statements in relation to named diseases.
If a disease claim in made, a food such as wheatgrass juice becomes a drug in the eyes of the FDA. Since wheatgrass juice is not an approved drug, we cannot make claims with regard to specific diseases and we make no such claims.
The goal of these restrictions is to limit the dissemination of false information. Within the restrictions, there also exists a vehicle for access to information. To communicate information, it is essential that:
- The information be truthful.
- The information be disclaimed with the following statement:Statements made in this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, Health Canada or any other regulatory body and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
We work very hard to give our customers the best possible information and remain in full compliance with all regulatory bodies. If you believe that information found on our site is out of compliance, please inform us and we will immediately review the material and if necessary take corrective action.