Men seeking “all natural” products to enhance their sexual performance or to boost sexual stimulation should be wary of dietary supplements or foods that make such claims because they may contain hidden drug ingredients that can be harmful to their health, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns. The FDA has conducted laboratory tests on hundreds of over-the-counter libido-boosting supplements and found that nearly 300 of them contain drug ingredients not listed on the product’s label. Some of these drug ingredients include prescription medications that are FDA-approved for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. In some ... Read More
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