- Putting the ingredients on the box in Latin so most people will have no idea what’s in it
- Putting pictures of multiple animals on the front of the box, then saying ‘Dog Use Only’ in small print on the back
- Suggesting essential oils are a suitable treatment for arthritis
- For putting their only reference as ‘Published in the HPUS’, a publication funded by companies that make those products
We also noticed that while the website seems to actively avoid using the word homeopathy, the ingredients list on the products determine amounts of 6c and 30c (commonly used in homeopathy). Seems pretty Shonky to us, what do you think?