If You’re Taking This Popular Supplement, Stop Now, It’s Actually Viagra

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I’ve written at length about the ridiculous and disturbing trend of “all-natural male enhancement” supplements being recalled. They have the most ridiculous names and they’re sold by companies you’ve never heard of and probably can’t pronounce. They are almost always imported from overseas where drug regulations are more relaxed, and more often than not they include prescription drugs that could be harmful to your health. Now, to no one’s surprise, the The FDA has issued another recall for two supplements that promise performance enhancement without drugs, but are really just prescription drugs themselves.

Premium OrgaZen 7000 and Ginseng Power 5000 are distributed by a “company” called NS NY Distributor Inc, and both promise male enhancement over the counter. As we’ve seen a million times before, the pills aren’t actually natural supplements, but instead are packed with sildenafil and/or tadalafil, which are the active ingredients in Viagra and Cialis, respectively. I am completely shocked.

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From the FDA recall alert:

NS NY Distributor Inc is voluntarily recalling all lots prior to the expiration date of Premium Orgazen 7000 and Ginseng Power 5000 capsules at the consumer level. FDA testing revealed the products contained undeclared sildenafil and/or tadalafil. Sildenafil and tadalafil are known phosphodiesterase (PDE-5) inhibitors found in FDA-approved products for the treatment of male erectile dysfunction. The presence of sildenafil and/or tadalafil in Premium OrgaZen 7000 and Ginseng Power 5000 makes them unapproved new drugs for which safety and efficacy have not been established and therefore subject to recall.

Calling the recall “voluntary” is humorous since the company has no other choice. You can’t sell prescription drugs just because you’ve labeled them as supplements. It doesn’t work that way, but as we’ve seen before, these “companies” really don’t care. They will shut down, find another goofy brand name, and sell the exact same pills they are now recalling, but with different packaging.

Over the years, the FDA has cracked down on dozens and dozens of these brands (which are rarely registered trademarks and come in packaging that makes them look attractive when sitting on a gas station counter), but the problem persists. They still end up being sold at retailers across the country and even online through Amazon and other outlets. It’s absurd, but they keep getting away with it.

Honestly, if you’re taking these kinds of supplements because you don’t want to have an uncomfortable conversation with your doctor, you’re only putting your health at risk. Getting a real cure for erectile dysfunction is your best bet, and trusting those randomly imported pills with names like “OrgaZen” will do absolutely nothing or, if they contain unregulated prescription drugs, you might end up causing serious damage to your body. Stay safe and get your medicine from doctor instead of gas station clerk.

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