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Nutraloid recalls adulterated supplementsNutraloid recalls adulterated supplements

A national recall was conducted on two dietary supplements after FDA testing revealed adulteration.

July 30, 2010

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Nutraloid Labs Inc. dba Goliath Labs, is conducting a national recall of two dietary supplements, after FDA testing found the products were adulterated with pharmaceutical drugs. The mens sexual enhancement products, ejaculoid XXTREME (Lot 79935) and stimuloid II (Lot 79936), were found to contain sulfoaildenafil, a pharmaceutical similar to an active ingredient in an FDA-approved drug for erectile dysfunction (ED). The presence of the drug compound makes the product an unapproved new drug; sulfoaildenafil is also not listed on the product label. The drug can adversely interact with other pharmaceuticals, causing dangerous drops in blood pressure.

Customers should discontinue use of the product and return to the company or place of purchase. Adverse reactions or quality problems associated with use of the product can be reported via FDAs MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting System.

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