Harmful Herbalife Products

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In a lawsuit filed, the Herbalife products listed below said to be harmful to the plaintiff of the lawsuit. The plaintiff was taking these products from 1994 to 2004, the Plaintiff regularly ingested the following Herbalife products listed below. If you have been taking any of the products listed below call or submit your case online to see if you have a Herbalife lawsuit.

A Lawsuit States this list of Harmful Herbalife Products

21-Day Herbal Cleansing Program. HERBALIFE marketed 21-Day Herbal Cleansing Program as a supplement for daily use over a 21-day period to “jumpstart” healthy digestion by providing healthy antioxidants, fruit roughage, and herbs. Plaintiff ingested 21-Day Herbal Cleansing Program daily for a 21-day period once each year according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Activated Fiber. HERBALIFE marketed Activated Fiber as a dietary fibersupplement to be used as part of a weight loss program to help create a sense of fullness and lower overall fat absorption.

Advanced St. John’s Wort. HERBALIFE marketed Advanced St. John’s Wort as a supplement providing St. John’s Wort and other herbs to naturally enhance mood, promote mental health, increase energy, and promote well-being.

Aminogen. HERBALIFE marketed Aminogen as a supplement providing amino acids to assist in the digestion and assimilation of protein, and reduce bloating from a protein-rich diet. Plaintiff ingested Aminogen daily according to the instructions on the product label from approximately 1999 until 2004. Aminogen was also an ingredient in HERBALIFE’s Formula One protein drink, which 7 Plaintiff consumed daily.

Cell-U-Loss. HERBALIFE marketed Cell-U-Loss as a supplement supporting the healthy appearance of skin and healthy detoxification through elimination of water, and helping maintain a healthy electrolyte and pH balance in the body. Plaintiff ingested Cell-U-Loss daily according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subj ect period.

Formula Two Multivitamin. HERBALIFE marketed Formula Two as a multivitamin providing vitamins, minerals, and herbs to support healthy weight management and overall good health and vitality. Plaintiff ingested Formula Two daily according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject period.

Herbal Aloe. HERBALIFE marketed Herbal Aloe as a drink mix for relieving indigestion, improving nutrient absorption, enhancing intestinal health, and supporting the immune system. Plaintiff ingested Herbal Aloe occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject period. Herbal Throat Spray. HERBALIFE marketed Herbal Throat Spray as a biend of herbs to ease throat irritation or hoarseness. Plaintiff ingested Herbal Throat Spray occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Herbalife Iiue. HERBALIFE marketed Herbalifeline as a supplement providing Omega·3 fatty acids and other herbs to improve cardiovascular and joint health and maintain cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Plaintiff ingested Herbalifeline daily according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject period.

Joint Support. HERBALIFE marketed Joint Support as a supplement providing glucosamine and other herbs and nutrients to relieve joint pain resulting from arthritis, wear and tear, or other injury. Plaintiff ingested Joint Support occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

K8. HERBALIFE marketed K8 as a supplement containing the kava kava herb to reduce stress and facilitate relaxation. Plaintiff ingested K8 occasionally  according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Male Factor. HERBALIFE marketed Male Factor as a supplement to increase stamina, vitality, and muscle strength for men. Plaintiff ingested Male Factor occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Mega Garlic. HERBALIFE marketed Mega Garlic as a supplement containing garlic and complementary herbs and vegetable extracts to increase cardiovascular and general health. Plaintiff ingested Mega Garlic occasionally accordihg to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

N-R-G. HERBALIFE marketed N-R-G as a natural pick-me-up to boost energy and mental alertness. Plaintiff ingested N-R-G daily according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject period.

Ocular Defense Formula. HERBALIFE marketed Ocular Defense Formula as a supplement containing herbs and nutrients to improve visual acuity and eye health. Plaintiff ingested Ocular Defense Formula occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Personalized Protein Powder. HERBALIFE marketed Personalized Protein Powder as a whey and soy protein supplement to assist in building muscle mass. and fighting hunger. Plaintiff ingested Personalized Protein Powder occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Relax Now. HERBALIFE marketed Relax Now as a supplement containing herbs and botanicals to promote a feeling of relaxation and well-being. Plaintiff ingested Relax Now occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Schizandra Plus. HERBALIFE marketed Schizandra Plus as a supplement containing a blend of herbs and vitamins that would fight free radicals and support immune and cellular health. Plaintiff ingested Schizandra Plus daily according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject period.

Sleep Now. HERBALIFE marketed Sleep Now as a supplement containing herbs to improve sleep quality without resulting grogginess. Plaintiff ingested Sleep Now occasionally as instructed on the product label throughout the subject time period.
Super Echinacea. HERBALIFE marketed Super Echinacea as a supplement containing Echinacea and other herbs to improve immune function. Plaintiff ingested Super Echinacea occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Tang Kuei Plus. HERBALIFE marketed Tang Kuei Plus as a supplement to relax and soothe muscles to assist in stress management and to reduce aches and pains. Plaintiff ingested Tang Kuei Plus occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Thermo-Bond. HERBALIFE marketed Thermo-Bond a supplement that would support a weight-loss program by promoting a feeling of being full. Plaintiff ingested Thermo-Bond daily according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject period.

Thermojetics Beige. HERBALIFE marketed Thermojetics Beige as a supplement containing an aquaretic herbal blend that would reduce fluid retention and promote good digestion and energy as part of a weight-loss program. Plaintiff ingested Thermojetics Beige daily according to the instructions on the product label beginning in approximately 1994 until HERBALIFE discontinued Thermojetics Beige late in the subject period.

Thermojetics Energy Bars. HERBALIFE marketed Thermojetics Energy Bars as supplements providing protein, vitamins, and nutrients to boost energy, build muscle mass, and assist with weight loss and management. Plaintiff ingested Thermojetics Energy Bars occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject period.

Thermojetics Gold. HERBALIFE marketed Thermojetics Gold as a supplement to assist with weight loss as part of a high-protein, low-carbohydrate weight loss program. Plaintiff ingested Thermojetics Gold daily according to the instructions on the product label after HERBALIFE introduced it as a replacement for Thermojetics Beige and Thermojetics Green.

Thermojetics Green. HERBALIFE marketed Thermojetics Green as a supplement to assist with weight loss, promote thermogenesis, and control appetite while producing an energy boost. The original formulation contained ephedra, but was replaced with an ephedra-free formulation after multiple highly-publicized deaths occurred as a result of use of ephedra. Plaintiff ingested Thermojetics Green daily according to the instructions on the product label beginning with the ephedra version in approximately 1994, and switching to the ephedra-fee version when HERBALIFE changed its product line, until HERBALIFE discontinued Thermojetics Green altogether late in the subject time period.

Thermojetics Tea. HERBALIFE marketed Thermojetics Tea as a mix for producing an instant tea to raise metabolic rate while suppressing hunger. Plaintiff ingested Thermojetics Tea daily according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Thermojetics Yellow. HERBALIFE marketed Thermojetics Yellow as a supplement providing chromium picolinate and garcinia cambogia to help regulate blood sugar and control food cravings. Plaintiff ingested Thermojetics Yellow daily according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Total Control. HERBALIFE marketed Total Control as a supplement to assist with weight loss by helping to bum fat, block cravings, and boost energy. Plaintiff  ingested Total Control occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Ultimate Prostate Formula. HERBALIFE marketed Ultimate Prostate Formula as a supplement containing herbs and nutrients to improve urinary and prostrate health. Plaintiff ingested Ultimate Prostate Formula occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Xtra Cal. HERBALIFE marketed Xtra Cal as a supplement containing calcium and other nutrients to improve bone and tooth strength. Plaintiff ingested Xtra Cal occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the
subject time period.

Zinc and Echinacea Throat Lozenges. HERBALIFE marketed Zinc and Echinacea Throat Lozenges as a sore throat remedy that improved throat health and the immune system. Plaintiff ingested Zinc and Echinacea Throat Lozenges occasionally according to the instructions on the product label throughout the subject time period.

Herbalife Products Lawsuit

If you have any ingested any of the products listed above, you may have a Herbalife lawsuit and RepresentYou.com is here to help. Our panel member attorneys have extensive knowledge of Herbalife and Herbalife products. Our panel of attorneys includes a number of lawyers willing to investigate any evidence of a connection between Herbalife supplements and serious health issues. If you have a Herbalife lawsuit please do not hesitate to call or log on to our website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Signs of Liver Problems

If you have been taking a herbal supplement and are showing symptoms of health problems you should contact your doctor immediately. For example, the sudden appearance of abdominal fluid and swelling, jaundice yellow color of the skin, or muscle weakening. If you have any of these symptoms, see a doctor immediately. Below is a list of common symptoms of liver problems.

  • Abdominal pain in the upper right part of the stomach
  • Ascites: Swelling of the lower stomach area
  • Bruising easily
  • Darkened urine
  • Depression
  • Diarrhea
  • Encephalopathy: Periods of confusion or poor memory
  • Hair loss
  • Strange Urine
  • Sexual side effects
  • Fatigue
  • Hematemesis: Vomiting blood
  • Hypoglycemia low grade fever
  • Jaundice: Yellowness of the eyes and skin
  • Light-colored stools
  • Loss of appetite
  • Loss of sex drive
  • Malaise: Vague feeling of illness
  • Melena: Dark black, tarry, faeces
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Nausea
  • Pruritus: Itching skin
  • Unusual weight loss or weight gain
  • Varicose veins
  • Vomiting

Medical Problems and Injuries

  • Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis or NASH
  • Lead Poising
  • Liver Disease
  • Liver Cancer
  • Death
  • Stroke
  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)
  • Heart Attack
  • Possible Toxic Ingredients
  • Primary Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Toxic Hepatitis
  • Liver Damage
  • Hepatitis
  • Itching

 

Herbalife Lawyer

If you or someone you know has been taking a Herbalife Product, or a combination of supplements, and has noticed a decline in health, it is possible that they have been exposed to an unsafe product. If you’re showing symptoms of: Toxic hepatitis, liver damage, primary pulmonary hypertension, hepatocellular carcinoma, or lead poisoning you should speak with your doctor, then contact an attorney as soon as possible. You may have a Herbalife lawsuit and you could be in entitled to damages. The FDA has not issued a recall for Herbalife products however, there has been a lawsuit filed which claims Herbalife products are dangerous.

Harmful Herbalife Products
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