PSA: Walmart has recalled a popular aromatherapy spray linked to bizarre tropical disease

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American retail giant Walmart has issued a massive recall over a popular aromatherapy spray over the fact that CDC officials have found that it appears to contain traces of what is called melioidosis. The CDC reportedly found at least 4-5 cases in multiple states from customers and patients who have all bought recently this spray. Walmart has pulled it off its shelves and off of its website.

The contaminated product is labeled “Better Homes & Gardens Lavender & Chamomile Essential Oil Infused Aromatherapy Room Spray with Gemstones,” the CDC said.

From what we could find this spray comes in at least 6 different scents and is the one that was originally sold for about $4 via Walmart. If you’ve recently sprayed this or still have it in your home throw it away. If you’re experiencing odd symptoms — alert your doctor immediately.

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