Illegal ED product ingredients
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Erectile dysfunction and sexual enhancement drug products distributed by Shangai Distributor of Puerto Rico are labeled as dietary supplements but are actually unapproved, FDA reports Dec. 28. The products, which originated in China, contain undeclared active ingredients used in FDA-approved prescription ED drugs. Sildenafil, the active ingredientinViagra, was found in the firm's Super Shangai, Strong Testis, Shangai Ultra X and Lady Shangai, while Shangai Regular was found to contain a similar unapproved substance...
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