‘Honey for Men’ Secretly Contains Viagra, FDA Warns

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The FDA issued warnings to four companies that make honey marketed to men about their mixing their products with boner drugs.

“FDA laboratory testing revealed that product samples contained active drug ingredients not listed on product labels, including active drug ingredients found in Cialis (tadalafil) and Viagra (sildenafil), which are drugs FDA-approved drugs used to treat men with erectile dysfunction,” the statement released Wednesday read.

The letters were addressed to Thirstyrun LLC (also known as US Royal Honey LLC), MKS Enterprise LLC, Shopaax.com and 1am USA Incorporated dba Pleasure Products USA.

Thirstyrun sells things like “Secret Miracle Royal Honey for Her” which the company says is a “specialized blend of royal honey designed to increase sexual pleasure and performance” and “Dose Vital Honey for Men” which the page says of the product, is “filled with the most powerful and natural source of sexual potency and testosterone – Vital Honey – which is filled with rich floral nectar and a blend of selected roots to maximize the effect. Viagra, Cialis or their active ingredients are not mentioned in the packaging or descriptions of these products, only things like caviar powder, cinnamon and tongkat ali root.

These products are foods, but they are also technically drugs in the eyes of the FDA, since they promise the “cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease” such as preventing bacterial infections and reducing disease. of the prostate, according to letter the FDA sent Thirstyrun.

“Contaminated honey products like these are dangerous because consumers are likely unaware of the risks associated with the hidden ingredients of prescription drugs in these products and how they can interact with other drugs and supplements they can take,” said Judy, associate commissioner for regulatory affairs at the FDA. McMeekin said in the statement.

The risk is not only to get an erection you didn’t expect, but to get seriously ill or even die. Cialis and Viagra are prescription drugs that are taken under the supervision of a doctor and in this context they are safe. but if taken without consulting a doctor or in unregulated doses, they can be dangerous, especially for people with heart problems.

The number of companies looking to make money off of people’s sexual problems with sleazy miracle pills is endless, including bizarre and potentially painful remedies like pour apple cider vinegar on his cock. Most of the time, supplements like these contain ingredients that just does not work. But sometimes they sneak in some really dangerous prescription drugs…in 2021the FDA advised consumers not to buy Brahma Male Enhancement, which was sold in many places, including Walmart stores, because the company added sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra.

The four companies included in these most recent warning letters have 15 days to respond to the FDA or risk “legal action, including product seizure and/or an injunction.”

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