Both Sildenafil And Tadalafil Found In Spiked Supplements
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FDA finds products promoted for sexual enhancement and with brands such as "Man of Steel" and "Royal Master" contain one or both of tadalafil or sildenafil, active ingredients in prescription drugs indicated for ED.
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