Harmony Cone Ear Candles - Citizen Petition
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Exhibit 11 Myth That Ear Candles Are Used for Removing Ear Wax
Exhibit 12 MHRA Has Specifically Determined That Harmony Cone Ear Candles are not Medical Devices
Exhibit 14 Therapeutic Goods Administration of Australia Has also Determined That Ear Candles are for Relaxation and Well being...
Exhibit 16 State of Alaska Dept of Public Safety Fire Report 05 0007122
Exhibit 17 DHS US Fire Administration Candle Fires in Residential Structures
Exhibit 18 US District Court Holistic Candlers and Consumers Association et al vs FDA
Exhibit 19 Exhibit 18 US District Court Holistic Candlers and Consumers Association et al vs FDA Part 2
Exhibit 22 MAUDE Adverse Event Report Wally Wally Ear Candle
Exhibit 24 MAUDE Adverse Event Report Wally Natural Products
Exhibit 25 MAUDE Adverse Event Report Local Health Food Store Ear Candle
Exhibit 26 Richard Harris PhD Untoward Otological and Audiological Consequences of Ear Candling
Exhibit 27 Customer Complaint Forms for Consumer Safety and Injury from Harmony Cone
Exhibit 28 Marketing and Education Resolution Form by Harmony Candles
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Date Posted: Nov 18, 2013
Category: Private Industry - C0003
I enjoy using ear candles when I don't feel good. They add to my well being. I do not consider them a medical device. I would be devastated if they were not...
In the past I have to visit my doctor's office each two months because my ears. I have a very tinny ear canal Harmony Ear Candles it is a product that I...
The Docket Number is FDA-2013-P-1297/CP1. We are requesting of the FDA to agree that: 1. Ear Candles are not medical devices 2. The proposed raw material...
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