5 More Penis Pill Brands Put on FDA Blacklist

Rhett Pardon

WASHINGTON — Five more penis pill brands have been placed on a Food and Drug Administration advisory warning list.

Sex Men, Super Hard, Santi Scalper, Vigra and Plant Vigra now join the FDA’s list of banned penis pill brands found to have "hidden ingredients," which number at 16 since the start of the year.

Just yesterday, XBIZ reported that nine penis pill brands were placed on the FDA blacklist.

The distributors of all 16 penis pill brands targeted by the FDA since the start of the year claim that the ingredients of each are "all natural" but laboratory analysis confirmed in each case the pills were found to contain sildenafil, the active ingredient in the prescription Viagra.

 All of the pills were sold at brick-and-mortar retail shops and on the web.