FTC to Host September Workshop in Washington, DC, to Examine Advertising for Over-the-Counter Homeopathic Products #00535

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Vega Rozenberg
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FTC to Host September Workshop in Washington, DC, to Examine Advertising for Over-the-Counter Homeopathic Products
Dear Respectful Member or Agent of the Federal Trade Commission, INTRODUCTION I would kindly ask your permission to introduce myself first. My name is Vega Rozenberg. If you put my name on Google, you will find that I am one of the world's leading homeopathic teachers. Kindly, let me not waste your time on formalities. Sticking to several essential issues, one must be aware when one asks questions that are not relevant; or whether the relevancy should be shifted to a different area on the same subject. It is often the case that those who search to change laws and regulations often times leave the legislator and the rule committee intentionally in the dark as to the most relevant issues. I would like to do what I do best, which is to shed light. Regarding the changes your office wants to make, it is important to understand that for whichever unknown interests the office of the FDA demanded that homeopathic remedies maintain specific description on each bottle as to what specific disease it cures. For example, certain remedies have the labeling for headaches. This form of labeling clearly brings these remedies under the jurisdiction of the establishment. However, it has nothing to do with reality. No homeopathic remedy whatsoever can be given or prescribed for a specific ailment, ie, a homeopathic remedy is only indicated as given for a deep spiritual pattern. In order to identify such pattern we sometimes choose a variety of listed symptoms from the materia medica and vice versa. For example, a person who has headaches, backaches, fear of ghosts, and a pattern of not completing their tasks might need a specific remedy "XYZ". This combination of symptoms will guide us to select a remedy like "XYZ" and therefore remove a certain spiritual pattern which might cause an array of discomforts. However there's no guarantee that it will remove a specific symptom. The FDA, however, demanded that homeopathic pharmacies co-conspire with them and mark homeopathic remedies as if they are allopathic drugs or remove them off the shelves all together. Unfortunately, removing these homeopathic remedies off the shelves, is the deprivation of rights under Title 18 and Title 42 of the United State Code. And it also has been a misrepresentation and a co-conspiracy to force anyone to misrepresent what a homeopathic remedy is really about just in order to manipulate and make it appear as if it falls under a certain statute by writing, for example, that it is a remedy for a headache. This too falls under Title 18 and Title 42 of the United States Code for conspiracy to commit under color of law. Both these options are a serious issue and should be carefully examined by a skilled attorney who understands what I have written here. I further offer you additional information for your aid and benefit in the attached. With respect and honor to your office, and with the hope that I am helping you serve the public in the most appropriate channel. Vega Rozenberg webmaster@lawfulspiritualhomeopathyworks.com