In article <[email protected]>, "Dave" <[email protected]> wrote: > A Quackwatch character by the name of Mark Thorson has made a habit of > plastering false, misleading or exagerated remarks about natural products on > the internet, that may be beneficial for our health. > > He has attacked CellTech SBGA, a harvested natural product that is a full > compliment nutritional supplement, and after two years of falsley claiming > it was full of toxic substances, Cell Tech brought an action against him. > The result was that Thorson had to publish an admission that he was just > being beligerent and had no other basis for his comments. His claims were > completely false. > > Mark Thorson has embarked on a new campaign against Bing Han Ginseng by > claiming that it has toxic substances in it. [Snip] Oh, look. Spamming Glowlife Dave is back to peddle his overpriced Ginseng powder. -- Orac |"A statement of fact cannot be insolent." | |"If you cannot listen to the answers, why do you | inconvenience me with questions?"