Remember earlier this month when we learned of a recall of Regeneca's "female" arousal product RegenArouse? Well, now the company has issued another recall--this time for its "male" product RegenErect. In an undated press release the company admits that, once again, it's been found to be selling supplements "spiked" with a pharmaceutical drug. And, just as was the case with the other supplement, the drug found was taladafil. (Taladafil is sold in this country under the brand name Cialis.)
Regeneca promises that it's "committed to improving its products and avoiding future recall issues" but this is by no means the company's first "recall issue". Back in 2011 the company was officially warned by the Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, after RegenErect was found to contain sulfoaildenafil, which is a drug analogue of Viagra. Just a few weeks earlier the company had recalled multiple lots of RegenErect for spiking.
Naturally, the presence of these drugs are never disclosed on any of Regeneca's labels. As you can see from the scan the FDA provided of RegenErect, company falls back on the standard blatherskite we see with these kinds of supplements: "drug-free", "natural" and "herbal".
And as far as I can tell, there's no notice of either of the recent recalls on the company's website, either, despite all of its yammering about how we're all "interdependent" and "symbiotic" with one another.