Laboratory analyses found traces of phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5 inhibitors) in several of A&H Focal’s dietary supplements.

PDE-5 inhibitors are a class of medications which include the active ingredient in the erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs Viagra and Cialis. This renders the dietary supplements unapproved drugs under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

PDE-5 Inhibitors are dangerous because they may interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs, such as nitroglycerin, and may lower blood pressure to dangerous levels. Consumers with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease often take nitrates.

According to an FDA Safety Alert issued on March 7, 2017, this recall affects the following products:

  • Black Ant (4600 mg)
  • Indian God Lotion
  • Evil Root (1200 mg)
  • Germany Black Gold (2800 mg)
  • Germany Niubian (3000 mg)
  • Hard Ten Days (4500 mg)
  • Lang Yi Hao (Chaonogsuopian) (500 mg)
  • Gold Vigra
  • Clalis
  • Ye Lang Shen (5000 mg)
  • Zhansheng Weige Chaoyue Xilishi (2000 mg)
  • Zhonghua Niubian (2000 mg)
  • Stree Overlord (3800 mg)
  • Max Man (3000 mg)
  • Hu Hu Sheng Wei
  • Tiger King
  • Viagra 100 (2000 mg)
  • Power V8 Viagra (200 mg)
  • Dadiyongshi Xiangganglongshengwu
  • Lien Chan for Seven Days
  • Maca Gold (6800 mg)

These products were sold mainly in asian markets in New Jersey and New York. Consumers who purchased any recalled supplements should stop using them immediately and discard them.

To date, no injuries or adverse event have been associated with this recall.

Source: Consumer Affairs

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