Gopure has announced it will stop selling the herbalife supplement called BioEssence.
The product is intended to help women recover from the pregnancy complications associated with being pregnant and breastfeeding.
“While our customers have always been keen on our BioEssences, the company has recently decided to discontinue them,” Gopurist Ashok Kumar, the founder of Gopura, told Reuters.
“The herbalife products were not intended for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding, and the FDA has also not approved any of the herbal products for use by women with any medical conditions.”
Gopures herbalife line was launched in India in 2015.
India has strict restrictions on the use of herbalife in pregnancy and is one of the world’s largest producers of herbal products.
Gopurus herbalife product is also available in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.
It has a 90-day supply and can be purchased in the US.
According to the FDA, herbalife is a synthetic chemical that is not intended to treat a specific disease or condition.
Gops product is not approved for use in pregnancy.
Gopolis said that the company had not been given any reason for the decision, which was made in consultation with FDA, Gopora and the Indian government.
In a statement, Gopolises chief executive officer Prashant Gopuri said the company was not concerned about the FDA’s decision, saying: “The Gopuren brand is an alternative to the prescription pill and is used for treating common conditions including insomnia, nausea and headache.”
He said that in the future, Gops products would be sold only in the Gopuros store.
“Our product is neither a medication nor a dietary supplement.
We are a natural supplement company and this will help our customers stay fit, hydrated and in good health,” Gopal told the Associated Press.
Gopaure said the herbal product was no longer available for sale in the Indian market.
“We have been providing this product for several years and our customers were happy with it,” Gopaures founder Kumar said.
Gopal said that he had received death threats.
He said he had contacted the authorities and had received a call from the Chief Minister’s Office in Hyderabad.
“In the coming days, we will be appealing the decision to the Chief Commissioner,” Gopolaris said.
Indian consumer groups and consumer rights groups have criticised the Gopaurus decision, calling the move an assault on consumer rights.
Indian government has said it would not ban herbalife.
Gosepures founder Gopal Kumar, pictured with the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, said the decision was an assault On Thursday, Gopal announced a three-month trial of the herbicide Gopuran.
“It is not our intention to cause any problems to anyone, and we hope that our customers will continue to use our product and buy our products,” Gopher said.
Kumar said he was concerned about other health products being marketed as herbalife and not being regulated by the Indian Health Ministry.
Gobal’s herbalife brand is available in India.
The Indian government does not regulate the use or sale of herbal supplements.
India’s herbal medicines regulator, the Department of Health, has asked pharmaceutical companies to make sure that herbal supplements do not contain dangerous drugs, which include prescription and over-the-counter medicines.