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HSA issues alert for 'adulterated' male sex drug

Published on Mar 25, 2014 9:47 AM
 
A routine quality surveillance of health products last September found VIA.X For Men to be "adulterated". HSA immediately instructed health supplement store Nature's Farm to stop selling the product. -- PHOTO: HEALTH SCIENCES AUTHORITY

The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) yesterday alerted the public against consumption of a sexual enhancement product called "VIA.X For Men".

The call comes after a routine quality surveillance of health products last September found VIA.X For Men to be "adulterated".

HSA immediately instructed health supplement store Nature's Farm, which distributes VIA.X For Men to its outlets and selected medical halls here, to stop selling the product.

HSA said in a statement that samples it tested were found to contain the undeclared potent ingredients sildenafil, typically found in Viagra, and propoxyphenyl sildenafil.

 
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