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FDA: Don’t buy these products

By: - Reporter / @jovicyeeINQ
/ 05:02 AM June 25, 2018

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned the public against buying or selling over a dozen food supplements and food items, including penile erection capsules, that are not registered with the agency.

FDA Director General Nela Charade Puno said that using products not registered or tested by the agency “may pose potential health hazards.”


Among the food products flagged by the FDA were 7 Days Slimming Coffee, Miko Sardines in Tomato Sauce with Chili (Spicy) Bonus Pack, Sakto salt, Eli’s Turmeric 4 in 1 Herbal Tea and Special Macky’s Homemade Hot Chinese Chili Paste.

The FDA also warned the public against buying or selling penile erection capsules Santi Scalper, Santi Bovine, Cialis Tadalafil Zhong Hua Niu Bian, Ciales Ying Da Wang, Niubao Cattle Capsule and Black Ant.


Also banned by the FDA were Maxman Supplement, Pander Treasure, Sheng Long Tonify Yang Long-Acting Aphrodisiac, Mangosteen RX, Veggie Max+, Jes.Ser Oregano Kalabo Plus Mangosteen herbal capsule, Chro Plus herbal oil, Vida Power Essentials Power Corn Juice, and Healing Galing’s liquid calcium capsules.

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