Supplements That You "Should Avoid," Say Physicians

Kava supplements can be extremely damaging to the liver and should be avoided. "Note that kava has been banned in the United Kingdom and within Europe due to liver toxicity


It also inhibits enzymes involved in the metabolism of many drugs. Many of the cases of liver toxicity were seen in people who had prior liver disease

Colloidal silver is linked to serious health conditions and should not be taken—or applied—casually. "There are currently no FDA-approved prescription or over-the-counter drugs

Colloidal Silver

The silver in colloidal silver products gets deposited into organs such as the skin, liver, spleen, kidney, muscle, and brain. This can lead to argyria

"Yohimbe, often marketed as an aphrodisiac and male sexual performance enhancer, is found in more than 550 supplements in the United States," says Harvard Health. 


"Lesser known is the fact that yohimbe can have harmful side effects, including high blood pressure, anxiety, racing heartbeat, and headaches. At high doses

Caffeine supplements can be very dangerous and in some cases,fatal. "​​While consumers of commonly available caffeinated products such as coffee, tea, and soda may be aware of caffeine's

Caffeine Pills

Less serious effects – such as nervousness and tremors – they may not be aware that these pure and highly concentrated caffeine products are much more potent and can cause serious health effects

Despite claims to the contrary, there is insufficient evidence that taking marijuana supplements can help prevent COVID-19. "For those who may be hoping for antiviral results


From the tiny amounts of CBGA and CBDA found in marijuana, it's helpful to know that heat from smoking, vaping or cooking destroys those two compounds.