- Conn. co. gets FDA warning over anthrax curing box

A Beacon Falls, Conn.-based company has been sent a warning letter by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration over it's so-called "Detox Box."

Energy Miracle Enterprises "Detox Box," the FDA says, is not approved and should not be sold. The box, the FDA says, is a regulated device as it is intended to diagnose, cure, treat, mitigate or prevent a disease or other medical condition.

The natural health product "Detox Box," which is designed to be used in conjunction with the "Crystal Resonator" product, is claimed to help treat a variety of illnesses and medical conditions, including anthrax.

In its letter to Energy Miracles Enterprises, the FDA said that the company claims the "Detox Box" and other products are for experimental and investigational purposes only. But, the FDA says, the company does not hold an approved application for an investigational device exemption.

The "Detox Box," the FDA says, is also misbranded as Energy Miracle Enterprises did not notify the FDA of the intent to market the product commercially.

The FDA has requested that Energy Miracle Enterprises cease promotion of the "Detox Box" and address the letter's concerns promptly. If the company does not respond within 15 days, the FDA has said that it could potentially take actions that would include seizure, injunction or civil money penalties.