If you are a Texan that needs male enhancement supplements, it is time to check your medicine cabinet, because it could harm you.

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Integrity Products out of St. Louis, Missouri has issued a voluntary recall on their Ram It and To The Moon supplements.  These products are believed to be tainted with sildenafil and tadalafil.   Both are approved drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.  However, sildenafil is restricted to use under a licensed healthcare provider and can interact with certain prescription drugs.  Due to the presence of sildenafil in these products, these supplements are unapproved.  The safety and efficacy of these products have not been established.

What do they look like?


These products are marketed as dietary supplements.  They are packaged in a blister card in 10-count boxes.  The tainted lot is marked HGW221116.  These products were sold on the internet and available nationwide.

What kind of harm can these supplements due to the user?

If you are a man with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, or high cholesterol, and are on medications, this product could cause dangerously low blood pressure levels that could be life-threatening.  If you have these supplements in this lot please discontinue use.

The company has not received any reports of adverse effects due to these products.

If you have any questions concerning this product or the recall you can contact Integrity Products at integrityproductsusa@gmail.com.    If you believe that you are experiencing adverse effects from using this recalled product contact your health care provider.

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