I've noticed a few of my local grocery stores are stocking A. Vogel homeopathy products. A. Vogel is a company ran primarily by Jehovah's Witnesses, the "brains" behind the operation, Alfred Vogel, has since died but he claimed to be one of the anointed. The Bolle family (co-founders of the company) is a well-known, (now very wealthy) family in the Netherlands and there have been significant "contributions" in the past from the company to the Watchtower organization.
Alfred Vogel was a well-known conman, he claimed blood transfusions would change someone's personality, he claimed to have studied Native American herbal healing methods... from a Native American tourist photo-op actor. He claimed a doctorate while he only received an honorary title from a defunct sham US-based University, so "Dr. Vogel" products soon had to lose the "Dr." part.
There are various other issues with his work and research (it's homeopathy after all), him and later the company has been peddling mostly alcohol-based tinctures which are 60% alcohol content, basically 120 proof liquor, although a bottle only contains 50ml (a single shot) of alcohol for $15. This is the same unit cost as a $100 bottle of Scotch. The flower extract of a coneflower, laboratory research suggests that echinacea can stimulate the body's immune system, but there is no evidence that this occurs in people.