Researchers have studied the benefit of vitamin D in treating or preventing COVID-19 but say more data is needed, Mayo Clinic infectious disease specialist Dr. William F. Marshall wrote last fall.
“The Department of Justice will not allow individuals to take advantage of consumers during a public health emergency by making unproven claims about unapproved drugs to profit from public panic,” said Deputy Assistant Attorney General Daniel J. Feith. “We will continue to work closely with the Food and Drug Administration to halt such conduct.”
The Department of Justice said a separate related case was brought against Ryncarz. He pleaded guilty in that case, last September, to making false claims about his product.
In a YouTube video on the Pharma Origins website, Ryncarz introduces himself by a different name, Clint Winters, while promoting “natural health boosting formulas” and the mission of the company.