Hungarian Food Safety Authority Bans Potency Enhancers

  • 31 Oct 2018 6:30 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Hungarian Food Safety Authority Bans Potency Enhancers
The food safety authority Nébih has banned the sale of three allegedly herbal potency enhancers imported from China, because they contain subscription drugs.

The capsules were sold online as nutrition supplements but the laboratory of the drug and nutrition authority Ogyéi has found active ingredients of drugs in them.

Specifically, the BoomBoom capsule distributed by Perfect Play contains Tadalafil, the Tornado capsule also sold by Perfect Play contains Sildenafil, and the Gold Power capsule distributed by Goldmix Hungary also contains Sildenafil.

These drugs are available in Hungary only with a prescription.

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