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A Grand Prairie-based company is recalling a coffee it produces because it contains a substance similar to Viagra, a drug used for erectile dysfunction.
Bestherbs Coffee LLC voluntarily recalled all of its New of Kopi Jantan Tradisional Natural Herbs Coffee after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found desmethyl carbodenafil, which is structurally similar to the active ingredient in Viagra, and also undeclared milk.
Some people were purchasing the instant coffee to use as a male enhancement.
The FDA issued a warning about the coffee last year, which they said was part of a growing trend of food or dietary supplements with hidden drugs and chemicals that are often represented as being "all natural."
originally posted by: seasonal
I have never heard of this being in food, I would on the other hand be surprised if i had a cup and suddenly with out the usual thought process had the reaction described. Odd that this would be added to coffee.
originally posted by: LoganGrog
And that's where other drugs enter the play. So you've got an ed and now you have to look for something to help you fix it. It's a vicious circle! At least they simple and not much harmful now. Check the article pillrankings.com...