FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Upon request of the federal regulators, HardMenStore.com is voluntarily recalling 1,000 lots of 72HP, Evil Root and Pro Power Max.
The Food and Drug Administration says that 72HP, Evil Root and Pro Power Max were allegedly found to contain sildenafil, which is the active ingredient for Viagra, and are mislabeled on packaging.
"All lots of 72HP, Evil Root and Pro Power Max are included in this recall," the FDA said yesterday. "72HP can be identified by the yellow packaging with a black horse insignia. Evil Root can be identified by its orange box with blue Chinese characters. Pro Power Max can be identified by the black and red packaging with flames on the bottom of the packaging.
"These sealed and packaged products were delivered to HardMenStore.com as having contained only legitimate and lawful ingredients."
HardMenStore.com is now notifying its distributors and customers by an email and online notice on the homepage of its site. The company is arranging for a return of all recalled products.
“As HardMenStore.com receives this product from overseas in a sealed package, representing that it contains only lawful and legitimate ingredients, we are relying on the representations of the FDA that the public interest would best be served by voluntarily complying with their request to get the product off the shelves," HardMenStore.com spokesman Howard Andrew. "Our goal is to protect the safety of the consumer.”