Recently there were three male enhancement products pulled from the market by the FDA. These products were being sold as “all natural”, but when tested it was found that they contained a fair amount of “chemicals”.
Not only did they contain a chemical substance, but that substance was one regulated by the FDA. The pills that were pulled contained Sildenafil. That’s the stuff in Viagra.
Actually some of the stuff in the pills was… Sulfohydroxyhomosildenafil and Aminotadalafil and these are an analogues of sildenafil … According to the articles below.
FDA to Consumers: Avoid “Libido Sexual Enhancer,” “Rock-It Man“. This entry was posted by William King on March 23, 2013 at 3:03 am. FDA to Consumers: Avoid “Libido Sexual Enhancer,” “Rock-It Man … which is structurally similar to …
Examiner.comMale Enhancement Supplement “Night Bullet” is RecalledNatural Products INSIDERWASHINGTON—Green Planet, Inc. is voluntarily recalling a dietary supplement that is marketed as a product for “male enhancement”. FDA said its testing found the …
Super power male enhancement pills recall viagra In one of the more counterintuitive product recalls we’ve seen, a dietary supplement that promises to enhance male sexual performance is being recalled for containing a …
The male enhancement supplement Night Bullet was tested and found to contain trace amounts of Sulfohydroxyhomosildenafil and Aminotadalafil. Sulfohydroxyhomosildenafil and Aminotadalafil are an analogues of sildenafil …
In addition to “Rock-It Man”, testing confirmed similar findings in “Libido Sexual Enhancer” and “Stiff Days”. The FDA advises anyone who has purchased any of these products to just toss them.
Be Careful Out There
I have always encouraged my readers to do their own “due diligence” when buying any sort of male enhancement product. That’s why I only promote certain ones like VigRX Plus and a couple of others that have proven themselves over time with many happy customers.
In a couple of the articles I linked to above people are having fun with the idea of the recall, but it goes without saying that you can’t always trust the package or promotional labeling when dealing with an unproven product.