Men's Health

The Beast “Male” Supplement From STIFF BOY Recalled – Hidden Sildenafil

On Monday STIFF BOY announced a recall covering all lot codes of its The Beast “male enhancement” supplement after U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, tests found sildenafil contamination along with the product’s herbs, minerals and vitamins.

Sildenafil, as you probably know, is a prescription-only medication given to men for the treatment of male erectile dysfunction.

STIFF BOY recalls its THE BEAST supplement after hidden drugs are found in it.
Image of THE BEAST “male enhancement” supplement captured from STIFF BOY’s website and used under Doctrine of Fair Use.

In its press release about the recall STIFF BOY acknowledges the contamination but offers no explanation for it. Nor does it say what, if anything, prompted the FDA to test The Beast in the first place.

As of Monday, neither STIFF BOY nor the FDA had logged any reports of anyone taking the product and becoming ill or suffering an injury.

The product was sold online nationwide. STIFF BOY says it is notifying its customers by email. Of course, anyone with any product still on hand should stop using it and take it back to their place of purchase.