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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Sexual Enhancement Supplements With Ridiculous Names Contain Prescription Drugs For Sexual Dysfunction

A supplement company that must let their 12-year-old cousin name its products has recalled a slew of sexual enhancement supplements — for men and women — after tests showed that these items contained actual FDA-approved prescription drugs used to treat sexual dysfunction.

The generically named Organic Herbal Supply Inc. has announced that FDA testing of a number of its male enhancement products has turned up the presence of tadalafil and sildenafil. If those words don’t sound familiar, you probably know them by their brand names of Cialis and Viagra, respectively.

Both are FDA approved for treating erectile dysfunction, but are currently only available as prescription drugs, meaning they don’t belong in a bunch of random supplements with names like — and we are not making these up — Uproar, Cummor, Zrect, Monkey Business, Xrect, Rectalis, Tornado, Zdaily, BigNHard, and Enhancerol.


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