The Washington Post is reporting that a product labeled “safe” to eat is not safe.
The product, Cipla’s G5, is a “naturally-derived probiotic,” which means it contains the bacteria that live in the human gut.
The product was created to help fight Crohn’s disease, which is a digestive disorder characterized by inflammation of the lining of the small intestine.
It was designed to help treat the condition, and it’s not exactly safe.
According to the FDA, there is a possibility of diarrhea, but the company claims that it doesn’t actually cause diarrhea.
“This product is not intended to be a cure for Crohnís disease or any other chronic disease,” the company said in a statement to The Washington News.
The FDA has been investigating the company, and they have launched a review to look into the safety of the product.
“The FDA is taking action as required to investigate this product and its use in the United States, including any potential safety issues that could arise,” the FDA said in its statement.
The company told the FDA it has tested the product and that it has “zero adverse events.”
“The safety of our products is our primary concern, and we have conducted extensive research to ensure our products are 100 percent safe,” the statement said.
“The FDA continues to investigate whether the products ingredients and processes could pose safety issues to consumers.
The FDA has not made a determination regarding any safety concerns.”
The company also released a statement saying that it will be conducting a safety review of its products in the coming months.