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FDA warns of spiked ED supplement

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA warns consumers that Impulsaria's Stiff Nights, sold as a dietary supplement for erectile dysfunction, contains sulfoaildenafil - a chemical similar to the active ingredient in Viagra. The Grand Rapids, Mich., company distributes the product on Web sites and in retail stores in bottles with six, 12 or 30 red capsules and in blister packs of one or two capsules. Asked whether the agency is considering enforcement activity against Impulsaria, a spokeswoman would not comment on the case, but said, "FDA takes these types of violations very seriously and considers all of its enforcement options when considering how to address them.

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