Rona Ambrose sagt: Today, I am taking additional steps to protect and ensure the safety of Canadian children, by introducing changes for certain homeopathic products that fall under the Natural Health Product Regulations (NHPR). Many Canadians choose to purchase natural health products, including homeopathic products, to maintain and improve their health. The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that they continue to have access to a wide variety of these products, however, current package labelling for some homeopathic products may not be adequate for Canadians to make informed choices. The changes apply to the labelling of some homeopathic products, specifically nosode products as well as homeopathic cough, cold and flu products for children 12 and under.
I am introducing these changes to ensure that Canadian parents who choose to use homeopathic products have the information they need to make informed health choices for themselves and their children.
Today, all nosode product license holders are being made aware of this change. They are requested to include a new statement on nosode labels: “This product is neither a vaccine nor an alternative to vaccination. This product has not been proven to prevent infection. Health Canada does not recommend its use in children and advises that your child receive all routine vaccinations.” Nosode licence holders have been asked to comply with the new labelling changes by January 2016.
Furthermore, Health Canada will no longer approve specific health claims on homeopathic products for cough, cold, and flu for children 12 and under, unless those claims are supported by scientific evidence.
Companies have been asked to comply with this new labelling change by July 2016.
To date, the Department has authorised the sale of 121 nosode products and 139 homeopathic products for cough, cold and flu for children under 12. All those products are included in the scope of the labelling changes as described in the updated monographs, which are available online. The Department has also added information on its website about nosodes and other homeopathic products and how they are regulated.
Following the implementation dates for the new labelling changes, Health Canada Officials will verify that products on the market include the labelling changes and steps will be taken should they not.
As I have mentioned many times before, I continue to encourage vaccination, as it is safe and provides important benefits for our children’s health throughout their lives.
Hail Eris, das klingt doch gut! So geht Gesundheitsministerium!
Canadian Consumers Centre for Homeopathy sagt: In a surprise announcement on July 31, Minister of Health Rona Ambrose stated that, as of July 2016, Health Canada (HC) not only will require stiffer „not-a-vaccine“ labeling on nosodes, but will „no longer approve specific health claims on homeopathic products for cough, cold, and flu for children 12 and under, unless those claims are supported by scientific evidence.“ See the announcement here.
Ramen und Hail Eris!
In Canada ist man schon viel weiter als wir hier. Ab 2016 (kurz nach meinem Weltuntergang) werden dort homöopathische Unwirksamkeiten als solche gekennzeichnet. Homöopathische Nosoden müssen explicit als „KEINE IMPFUNG“ bezeichnet werden, hübsche bunte Kinderhomöopathika
dürfen erst dann die Aufschrift tragen, wogegen sie wirken, wenn ein Wirkungsnachweis vorliegt.
Homöopathen sind somit auf den Plan gerufen, das Volk um Hilfe gegen diese Weltverschwörung anzurufen. Das alles klingt nicht danach, dass die pöööse Pharmamafia die Homöopathie abschaffen will, aber im Endeffekt führt es hoffentlich zur Abschaffung (der Homöopathie als Heilmittel; als Genussmittel habe ich ja eh kein Problem damit).
For the sake of Canada’s kids, let’s do it. Together we can have this decision reversed!
– The Board of Directors
Canadian Consumers Centre for Homeopathy