‘Unauthorised chemical’ discovered in herbal male enhancement pills

Health directorate warns that V-Max Herbal must not be used as it contains an unauthorised substance that treats erectile dysfunction 

The health directorate has issued a public warning against the use of the herbal male enhancement pills ‘V-Max Herbal’ as it has been found to contains an unauthorised substance Sildenafil.

Sildenafil, commonly sold as Viagra, is used to treat erectile dysfunction.

However, the Environmental Health Directorate warned that the chemical is unauthorised in terms of the EU’s Food Safety Act.

For further information, the public can contact the Health Inspectorate Services between 8am and 2.30p.m. on 21337333, call personally at its offices at Continental Business Centre, Old Railway Track, Santa Venera or by email [email protected] 

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