Men's Health

Rhino 5k “Doctored Herbal Formula” Is More Doctored Than Herbal

Its back label calls it a “doctored herbal formula” but the company behind the “male enhancement” scam Rhino 5K now admits that it’s more spiked than doctored.

Front of Rhino 5K's blister package.
“Beware Counterfeits”, says Rhino 5K’s packaging. What it probably should say is, “Beware hidden drugs.”

In a press release issued recently, Happy Together acknowledges that tests done by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, turned up both sildenafil and tadalafil hidden away in samples of the supposedly “herbal” supplement.

Sildenafil, of course, is the active ingredient in the erectile dysfunction medication Viagra; tadalafil is the active ingredient in Cialis. Neither ingredient can be sold without a prescription and both pose a risk to men with certain medical conditions or who are taking certain medications.

Happy Together says it has received no reports of anyone taking Rhino 5K and then suffering a life-threatening drop in blood pressure, which is the primary concern with sildenafil-spiked and tadalafil-spiked supplements.

The product is packaged, says the company, in a single-use blister card, 30 cards to a box. It was sold nationwide. If you have any left you are urged not to use it. And if you need more information you can speak to a company rep by calling 248-343-2013.

Rhino 5K back label.
Back label of Rhino 5K. No sildenafil and tadalafil listed in this “doctored herbal” supplement.


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