more power, speed height — unethical advertisements of medicine

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 Raman Mahajan
ACT, 1955., unless prescribed by registered medical practitioners or after consultation with the Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940, no person or company, shall take any part in the publication of any advertisement referring to any drug that is used for:
a) the miscarriage in woman,
b) maintenance or improvement of the capacity of human beings for sexual pleasures,
c) correction of menstrual disorder in women, and
d) the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of any disease.
but these advertisements are frequently comes in local languages newspapers, like punjab kesri and denik bhaskar, which targets poor and illeterate people. most of the advertisements r realted to inhance sexual power in males andincrease height. which is totally fake and making people fool for their own benifit. according to act mention above these advertisements should be ban. because these drugs have surely deliterious effects and not good for health. so please suggest me what should be do to stop these advertisements. waiting for your early reply. these advertisements are against consumer law.
Raman Mahajan, Masters of public health student, PGIMER chd.
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this type of advertisement will take away the people in the wrong path and they only make the wastage of the money.
speed height i m taking for abt 3 months bt still there is nt any increase in the height of mine.. its a fake capsules.people shd nt trust and even the mfg'er not allow to advertise this type of fake drugs it may harmful to the body also

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