PROTECTION AGAINST ADULTERATION In this eleventh 0:56 minute video of a 21-part series, Shawn Buckley explains Section 11 and 12 of the Charter of Health Freedom, “Protection Against Adulteration”. This section builds on the previous one by ensuring all products and modalities under the Charter are subject to sanitary conditions and are free from adulteration. Both sections prohibit tampering with any treatment regulated under the Charter. In securing the safety of natural health products and modalities, these sections build on the confidence Canadians can place in their alternative treatment options. The Charter of Health Freedom ensures no one can act irresponsibly. This standard of quality will continue to drive up the reputation of natural products, thereby increasing consumer access to the treatments they choose for themselves.
As the author of this standalone Act, Shawn Buckley makes clear the key features of each section. He breaks down the proposed legislation into language that everyone can understand. Protection Against Significant Health Risks is the content of the twelfth clip where Shawn will discuss how products and practices would be overseen on the market.