The FDA is one of the most important government agencies when it comes to keeping consumers from fraudulent marketing and dangerous products, but sometimes there is a product that we can assume it is garbage before the FDA judges. The Food and Drug Administration has just issued a warning that recommends that everyone escape the male enhancement supplement called – a sigh – "Big Penis".
It looks like Big Penis really does his job pretty well. However, the FDA warns that this is achieved thanks to the unlabelled inclusion of sildenafil, better known by the Viagra brand. present some very serious health concerns. This is especially true when it comes to sildenafil, which may adversely affect individuals with pre-existing health problems. This undeclared ingredient can interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs, such as nitroglycerin, and can lower blood pressure to dangerous levels. People with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or heart disease often take nitrates.
The FDA claims to have discovered this unmarked inclusion during an "international mailing check", which means that this is not the case of a company finding the problem alone and starting a voluntary seizure. Instead, it is more like a company that has been captured for selling Viagra with a different name and without a prescription.
Now, I will not judge anyone looking for a male add-on for improvement … but if you buy a big penis pill bottle written in red and black, you'll probably know what you're getting into and it's not going to be well.