Quackery on the net is nothing new – it grabs hold of innocent and clueless people every single day.
Dr. Batra’s Positive Health Clinic is one such example of quackery of the worst kind. It has been caught more than a 100 times and more by the consumer forums in India as well as by the Advertising Standards Council of India for making the most ridiculous, insane and annoying claims inviting the wrath of the Drugs & Magic Remedies Act which forbids cheating consumers by promising to sell lotions, potions, pills, doctors, nurses etc. to cure incurable diseases.
French doctors and medical experts may be startled by the latest claims made by this fraudulent Clinic selling its Geno Homeopathy online! The Advertising Standards Council of India has banned its advertisement promising a new STM (whatever that means) which is one inventive hair growth therapy from France!
The ASCI website warns consumers about this Clinic in its website:
Dr. Batra’s Positive Health Clinic (Geno Homeopathy): The advertisement’s claim, “New STM which is one inventive hair growth treatment from France”, was not substantiated with any details of the STM Cell treatment procedure based on French technology, and considered to be misleading by exaggeration.
I am hiding here, far away from Dr. Batra’s French Hair Oil!