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FSANZ warning: instant coffees containing drugs

13/04/2014 - 5:35 pm by: Food Standards Australia New Zealand

FSANZ (Food Standards Australia New Zealand) has advised:

People should not consume food products claiming to enhance sexual performance as they may contain variations of the prescription drug Viagra.

Analysis has shown two coffee products—Sexpresso and Rock Hard—contain 'analogues' (variations) of sildenafil, known as Viagra, which is not declared on the label.

It is not permitted for therapeutic drugs or their analogues to be added to food.

Analogues of drugs are similar in chemical make up to the original drug but elements have been changed.

Like any drugs, analogues can interact with prescription medicines and may be dangerous, particularly for people with certain health conditions.

Consumers who are using this product should stop taking it immediately and speak to a doctor if they are experiencing side effects.

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