FDA issues warning letter to makers of ‘Viagra coffee’

Magic Power Coffee has come under government scrutiny in the USA for claiming its product, which is only sold online, is a “100% natural” dietary supplement that can enhance sexual performance.


However, a Food and Drug Administration laboratory test found that at least one batch of the coffee product also contained hydroxythiohomosildenafil, a compound similar to the drug sildenafil which is the active ingredient in Pfizer’s Viagra.

This undisclosed inclusion of a pharmaceutical component prompted the FDA to warn consumers last June to avoid the product and to report any adverse health effects to the agency.

Despite the manufacturer’s mass voluntary recall of all Magic Power Coffee made before May 8, 2010, the FDA then sent the company a letter Aug. 23 warning that the marketing and distribution methods for Magic Power Coffee violate the federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C. § 301.

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