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FDA bans sexual stimulant diet supplement

The FDA has banned the import of Actra-Rx and Yilishen which are used as sexual stimulant diet supplements to treat erectile dysfunction or to improve sexual performance. They could be bought over the internet but contain prescription drug ingredients that havenít been declared.

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About: FDA bans sexual stimulant diet supplement

Date: 2 November 2004

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