General — 15 November 2013 — by Kareem Clarke
Ministry of Health cautions the public about use of Vitalikor

The Ministry of Health has issued a public notification which states that the Ministry would like to advise the general public not to purchase or use Vitalikor, which is sold as a sexual enhancement product on websites, pharmacies and supplements stores.

According to the press release, the advice is based on recommendations by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which detected the presence of Tadalafil and Vardenafil, which are both active ingredients in the prescription drugs Cialis and Levitra, but for some reason, are not mentioned as ingredients in Vitalikor.

The consumption of the Vitalikor supplement in combination with prescriptive drugs which contain nitrates may lower blood pressure levels to dangerous levels because the undeclared ingredients are likely to interact with other nitrates that are found in some prescription drugs, such as nitroglycerin which is used in treating men with diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol and heart disease.

The public advisory ended by saying that the Ministry of Health is advising users of this product to discontinue use and properly dispose of the remaining contents. Consumers who have experienced any negative side effects are advised to consult a doctor as soon as possible.

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