Urgent warning over honey product recall after ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION drug found in ingredients | The Sun

THERE has been an urgent recall on honey products after erectile dysfunction drugs had been found in them.

Honey products from two different companies are being recalled after an announcement was made by the FDA.

The FDA warned against the selling of products with undisclosed Viagra and Cialis.

These two drugs are FDA-approved to treat men with erectile dysfunction but only under the supervision of a licensed health care professional.

MKS Enterprise LLC had to recall its Dose Vital VIP Vital Honey product on Monday due to the warning.

According to FDA analysis, their product contained the undeclared active pharmaceutical ingredient, Tadalafil, which is in Cialis.

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The product contained 12 sachets of 15 grams of honey.

Shopaxx.com also recently took its Kingdom Honey Royal Honey VIP off the market on July 13.

The product contained 12 sachets of 20 grams of honey.

It was sold nationwide from March to July of this year.

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Their product contained Sildenafil, according to FDA analysis, which is an active ingredient in Viagra.

Shopaxx removed the product from its online store and temporarily removed all other products on their website, pending investigation, according to FOX8.

However, there could be other websites and retail stores that are carrying the product.

The Sun reached out to both companies, but has not received a comment by the time of publication.

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The FDA has found an increasing number of illegal honey products that test positive for active drug ingredients not listed.

This can cause problems for people on medication for diabetes, and people with high blood pressure, high cholesterol or heart disease.

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