RockHard Laboratories Initiates Recall of Dietary Supplement
After conducting a voluntary lab test of its products, the FDA notified RockHard Laboratories that some of its products contained sulfoaildenfil, the main ingredient in many drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction. As a food supplement, this product is not approved by the FDA to manufacture drugs.
The presence of this agent makes the products sold under the name, RockHard Weekend, illegal drugs. After being notified of the lab results, RockHard Laborites initiated the voluntary recall of the following products:
- Blister Pack: T12 705 08 (exp: 10/11) / T12 705 09 (exp: 3/12, 8/12)
- 3ct Bottle: R417 0509 (exp: 09/12)
- 8ct Bottle: T237-0509 (exp: 06/12)
Sulfoaildenfil may interact with other prescription drugs that contain nitrites and may dangerously lower blood pressure. People with the following problems often take prescriptions with nitrites and should avoid RockHard Weekend:
- Heart disease
- High cholesterol
RockHard identified the source of the banned component came from a one of the raw ingredients that came from China. Any adverse reaction to RockHard Weekend should be reported to the FDA’s MedWatch Adverse Event reporting program at www.fda.gov/MedWatch/report.htm.
To get a refund or find out more about the recall, call the customer service line at 1-800-562-0543.
If you or a loved one suffered an adverse reaction from consuming RockHard Weekend, you should also contact a qualified pharmaceutical litigation attorney as soon as possible. Please contact Schlichter, Bogard & Denton, LLP to schedule an initial legal consultation.