Gas Stations Selling Viagra Without Prescription, Lawsuit Reveals

Selling Viagra Without A prescription Is Illegal In The USA

In order to tackle common sexual dysfunctions, men use male enhancement pills, such as Viagra, that are supposed to help them perform better between the sheets. Some products come in the form of dietary supplements and are available without a doctor’s prescription while others are prescription-only drugs. While millions of men swear by male enhancement pills it’s still important to be cautious to avoid ending up with potentially dangerous products. Gas stations were caught selling potentially dangerous enhancement pills without a prescription. Read on to learn more.

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What happened, actually?

The gas station isn’t, exactly, the go-to place for sexual performance problems. If you find it difficult to achieve or maintain an erection, you’ll go to your doctor’s office, a drugstore, or even look up different products online, not a gas station. However, it looks like some gas stations sold potentially harmful male enhancement pills. In fact, 62 Sunoco gas stations were selling Viagra without prescription. Now you’re probably wondering how they were able to do so because one can’t get the drug without having a prescription from their doctor. That’s where the shadiness comes in; they sold Viagra as a natural male enhancement pill called Rhino 8000. 

By passing Viagra as a male enhancement supplement men didn’t need to provide a prescription when buying it. Plus, they didn’t know it was Viagra they were purchasing. To them, it was just some natural product they could use to improve strength, girth, and rigidity of their erection. However, if they were to take a look at the label, they could notice the seemingly natural pill actually contained sildenafil, which is an active ingredient in Viagra.

Rhino 8000 pills were manufactured in China and sold in the United States at gas stations. Their prices were cheap, so makers of the product made a substantial profit by potentially jeopardizing people’s health.

The lawsuit

Now, 62 metro gas stations that were selling the harmful product have been hit with a lawsuit. After all, selling a product of that kind to customers who just want to get their sex life back on track doesn’t come without consequences. The lawsuit was initiated on behalf of Houston-based supplement company called Outlaw Laboratory. Their representatives argue selling this product is an unfair and dangerous business practice.

Sildenafil is associated with various side effects including a headache, memory loss, dizziness, stomach pain, inability to differentiate green and blue, just to name a few. The main ingredient of Viagra is particularly harmful to persons with heart disease. The lawsuit also points to the potential damage to penile tissues.

Conclusion

According to the lawsuit filed on behalf of supplement company from Houston about 62 gas stations in Michigan were selling male enhancement pills Rhino 8000. While presented as a natural product these pills contained sildenafil, the main ingredient in Viagra. Remember, Viagra is available only with a doctor’s prescription and it’s formulated for short-term use only. Consult your doctor about Viagra and supplements you intend to use for stronger erections.

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