The FDA is one of the more important government agencies when it comes to keeping consumers safe from fraudulent marketing and dangerous products, but sometimes a product comes along that we can assume is rubbish even before FDA weighs in. In any case, the Food and Drug Administration has just given a warning advising everyone to avoid a supplemental supplement of the man called sigh – "Big Penis."
It seems the Big Penis really does its job, and it does not work. However, the FDA warns that it receives thanks to the unlabeled sildenafil integration, best known in the name of Viagra.
The inclusion of a prescription drug in a non-prescription supplement is clearly illegal, but far beyond present some serious health concerns. It's really true when it comes to sildenafil, which can affect individuals with health issues now.
FDA's laboratory confirmed that the Big Penis contains sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra, a FDA-approved prescription drug for erectile dysfunction. This undefined ingredient may contact nitrates found in certain prescription drugs, such as nitroglycerin, and may lower blood pressure at dangerous levels. People with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease often take nitrates.
The FDA claims that unlabeled integration has been discovered in the "international mail mail analysis," that is not a case of a company discovering the issue itself and launching voluntary recall. Instead, it is more like the company has been caught red-handed selling Viagra under another name and no prescription.
Now, I can not decide anyone for finding a male enhancement enhancement … but if you & # 39; Re-purchase a bottle of pills with "Big Penis" written in red and black on the side, you probably know what you are getting into yourself, and it will not be good.