Thai FDA Warn Against Fake Sexual Enhancement Drug Pushed on Social Media

by Admin on August 27, 2018

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Thailand’s Food and Drug Administration is warning social media users to avoid purchasing a sexual enhancement drug claiming to be FDA-approved.

The product, dubbed “Girly Sex”, is being heavily advertised on social media channels and claims to boost sexual prowess, despite never being tested or approved by the Thai FDA.

According to Thai authorities, it is illegal to promote a product as a “drug” unless it has been approved by the FDA. Without FDA approval, the manufacturers face charges of importing and distributing of an unregistered drug.

In 2018 alone, Thai police have confiscated over 200 million baht of false or misleading health products. Faux sexual enhancement products ranked second only to sham fat loss products.

Read the full story here.

For a Thailand attorney specializing in Thai FDA registration, contact the veteran Thai and US attorneys at Chaninat & Leeds.

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