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Amish Farmer Faces 68 Years in Prison for Making Natural Product

by Tim Brown, Freedom OutPost:

This is yet another reason why the Food and Drug Administration should be abolished. A 56-year-old Amish farmer is now facing 68 years in federal prison because he made a natural health product.

Samuel Girod is the father of twelve and grandfather of 25. He produces natural products in his own kitchen. Since 2015, he has been facing a 12-count federal indictment.

WKYT reports:

Girod’s troubles started back in 2013 when someone reported his products to the state health department in Missouri.

Girod’s troubles started back in 2013 when someone reported his products to the state health department in Missouri.

A federal judge in Missouri put an injunction in place, banning Girod from making some of his products until he met certain conditions. Part of those conditions were inspections of the property where Girod made his products which is where Kentucky comes into play.

Girod’s makes his products on the family farm along Satterfield Lane in Bath County.

“I think everybody in the community has heard about it,” said Bath County resident, Suza Moody. “I can’t even figure out what he has done wrong. They live at the foot of the cross and the thought of one of them intentionally doing something wrong is outrageous.”

“They are just devastated. I mean when they brought him out in handcuffs. It was awful,” said family friend, Sally Oh.

One of his products is called Girod’s Chickweed salve. It’s made with Rosemary, Beeswax, Olive Oil, Peppermint, chickweed, Eucalyptus, Lavender and Comfrey.

According to Ms. Oh, the FDS took issue with the labeling of the product.

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