FDA issued a specific advisory over a brand of homeopathic teething tablets sold by Hyland’s, a long time retailer of homeopathic remedies. The advisory focused on the product’s inclusion of belladonna as an active ingredient, a plant once commonly used as a makeshift muscle relaxant but which can be toxic and even deadly in high enough doses.

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