Chicago-based Ton Shen Health recalls DHZC-2 Tablets because of possible lead levels

Photo Credit: US Food and Drug Administration

A Chicago-based manufacturer is recalling DHZC-2 tablets because they may be contaminated with lead.

Ton Shen Health makes the tablets.  According to a written release from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, as of this posting one illness has been reported in connection with the problem.

Sales have been suspended and inventory has been put on hold.  The FDA discovered elevated levels of lead when testing samples.

The FDA says the tablets are sold “…in a 1.6-ounce, white plastic package marked with Lot # 2163-844 on the bottom…(and) UPC: 616042102727.”

Although most of the products were sold in the Chicago area, there were online sales to other states.

It is recommended that customers who purchased the tablets return them immediately to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Anyone with questions should call the company at: (312) 842.2775 during business hours.


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