Another illegal 'natural' product found to contain Viagra

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April 5, 2012 16:28

 
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The Health Ministry has warned the public yet again against a "natural food product" containing sildenafil, the active ingredient in the impotence drug Viagra; a few days ago, it was a product called "Honey Sex."

The new one is "Max Man, On Tivi" (Natural Potence), from the Triple X company, which runs a sex shop in Holon. The illegal product was found by the Tel Aviv district health office with help from the Israel Police. The case is being investigated by the police and the ministry’s pharmaceutical crime unit, the ministry said Thursday. The public are warned not to use the product. *

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