Zotrex is a natural formula designed to help men achieve the same results as Drug erectile dysfunction medications without needing a Drug. It is said to enhance sexual performance and pleasure. Zotrex is marketed by a company called Novacare LLC and manufactured by a company called TSN Labs, both based in Utah. Unfortunately, Zotrex was recalled in August, 2010, after running afoul of the FDA.
Zotrex Product Details
Due to its recall, Zotrex no longer has a functioning website to glean further information on its formulation. Looking at other sites that previously sold the product, it seems that Zotrex was not completely clear about its ingredients to begin with. One online vendor lists the ingredients in Zotrex as Golden Spear Extract, Polygonati Rhizome, Damiana, Cinnamon, Eurycoma Longfolia, Cayenne, Ginger Root, White Willow Bark, Peppermint Leaf, Cordyceps Sinensis, Ganoderma Lucidum, Lentinula Edodes, Aruricularia Auricula, L-Arginine, Alpha Keto-Glutarate, Alpha Keto-Isocaprioate, Spirulina, Chlorella, Spinach, Barley Grass, Wheat Grass, Dulse Leaf, Kelp, Alfalfa, and Orange Peel. It is unclear how much of each ingredient is contained in this very mixed bag of substances.
Zotrex became subject to a recall after the FDA determined that it contained an undeclared Drug called Sulfoaildenafil. This chemical is closely related to the Drug only medication Sildenafil, sold under the brand name of Viagra. Their physiological effects are thought to be similar, which could be problematic as Sildenafil has a host of documented side effects. Additionally, those taking medications with nitrates, included in many commonly used Drugs, might be susceptible to a possibly life threatening low blood pressure reaction.
Good About Zotrex
- Nothing at this time due to recall of product
Bad About Zotrex
- Illegal for sale or use due to FDA ban and subsequent recall
- Potentially dangerous reactions and side effects
Zotrex, The Bottom Line
While it is possible that Zotrex may have worked as it claimed, this would most likely be due to the fact that its manufacturers spiked it with an undeclared Drug substance. Once the FDA caught this potentially dangerous addition hidden in the so-called natural herbal supplement, it was only a matter of time before it was recalled.
Including unlisted Drug-grade Drugs in a product marketed as “all natural” is not only dangerous, but it is dishonest. Clearly, users who were unaware that Zotrex contained this Drug analog were unprepared and unconscious of the potential Drug interactions, side effects, or other harm they could be inflicting on their bodies. Thus, Zotrex has been recalled, further production has been halted, and it is currently not available, or recommended, for purchase.