USA LESS Recalls Male Enhancement Supplement Spiked With Viagra

Leopard miracle honey is a sexual enhancement supplement for men. On Monday 25th March 2019 the FDA made an official recall after they found active ingredients of Viagra in the supplement. The drug upon inspection contained sildenafil which is approved for erectile dysfunction disorders. However, the presence of sildenafil in miracle honey makes the supplement void.Leopard Miracle Honey

Miracle honey wholesaler USA LESS had hyped the products ability to work naturally. Buyers were shocked when the ‘supplement’ actually cured erectile dysfunction as the company had boldly claimed. They only later learned it had been spiked with an active ingredient of Viagra.

Initial Advertisement and Product Description

The company’s site had pumped well-crafted bold claims of things turning around in the bedroom. “Eliminates impotence and fertility” it is written. The page adds that honey enhances nutrients absorption and increases rate of metabolism.

According to the company Honey’s effectiveness is attributed to a mixture of herbal richness from the rainforest. In a twist the company further advises its customers to keep off synthetic chemicals like Viagra to escape the dangers of the side effects. The ‘miracle honey’ was advertised to have amazing curative properties to bring the body back to homeostasis.

Due credit is given to the team of experts  who put a lot into research and came up with a cure for sterility and infertility in men as well as boost their energy. In essence it seems that no big innovation was made, the company was just spiking its honey with Viagra. Which is illegal for a supplement otherwise they should not have termed it all natural. Failure to put a disclaimer for Viagra and put it in the right category made it land on the recall list.

Risk Addressed

In the risk statement they openly addressed patients with hypertension, diabetes, and heart diseases. Their medication which usually contains nitrates would result into a decrease in blood pressure when taken alongside the undeclared sildenafil. That combination could easily lead to serious health complications. Failing to acknowledge the presence of sildenafil put the product manufacturer and seller at risk of lawsuit in event of adverse life-threatening consequences.

Voluntary Mass Recall

USA LESS on March 22nd made a voluntary recall of the product to customers after sildenafil was found during FDA analysis. The product marked as a dietary supplement, unfortunate its efficacy and safety had not been established.

USA LESS through email has reached out to all customers urging them to return Leopards Miracle Honey to their branches. Consumers were further advised to stop using the product immediately. Further questions regarding the recall can be addressed through a phone number 1-800-872-5377 on weekdays or reach them at: usaless@optonline.net.

Conclusion

So far no cases of adverse reaction have been reported related to this recall. Any reaction or health problems during the use of Miracle Honey should be reported to FDA reporting program by fax, online, or mail.

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