A proposed bill in NZ would make common vitamins only available by prescription. It’s making its way through the legislative process now.
The ban list (see p. 35):
Vitamin C, aloe vera (even in your garden), cinnamon, fish oil, n-acetyl cysteine, Vitamin B12, magnesium, kawa-kawa, zinc, selenium, astragalus, niacin, calcium, bilberry, Vitamin A, iodine, crampbark, thiamine, iron, lavender, riboflavin, thyme, oats, valerian, chromium, ginger, coenzyme Q10, glutamine, chaste tree, echinacea, pantothenic acid, St John’s wort, slippery elm, turmeric, soy, probiotics, folate, licorice, garlic, flaxseed oil, cocoa, cranberry, pyridoxine, cloves, celery, carnitine, evening primrose oil, Vitamin D, New Zealand green lip mussel, psyllium, Vitamin E, tea, quercetin, rosemary…
The VitaminDWiki is interesting. I wish the medical establishment would take a bit more notice, but it would cut their income.
Which is all about restricting access to vitamin D and the other things that would boost your immune system.
Just as the FDA tried to ban NAC in 2020 when a paper came out that showed it had an anti-covid effect.
We are still finding out nasty things about covid. Ralph Baric starting researching how to cause myocarditis in rabbits in the 1980s. The plotting has been going on for 40 years.