UAE warns the public against some herbal medicines
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, October 20 - 2012 at 05:58
The UAE health ministry has warned against using herbal medicines which contain chemicals such sildenafil and other substances not declared by leaflets as ingredients, Wam has reported. Sildenafil was detected in all samples of Blue Caviarq Combo Pack Sachets, Dragon Tablets, ViaGrow Capsule and Prox Cram, while lidocain (local analgesic) was detected in Prox Cram and Caviarq only, said Dr Ameen Al Amiri, assistant undersecretary for medical practices and licensing at the ministry. Sildenafil is the active ingredient used in erectile dysfunction medicines. The detected substances were not mentioned in the leaflets of the examined products.
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