Singapore bans men’s sexual health coffee


Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority says people who consume Prime Kopi Pejuang 3 in 1 according to the labelled instructions for use – one sachet daily – could be overdosing on more than 10 times the usual prescribed dose of tadalafil. – Twitter pic, May 26, 2022.

SINGAPORE’S Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has advised members of the public not to buy or consume Prime Kopi Pejuang 3 in 1 marketed online as a natural product containing “herbal ingredients of high quality” that enhances men’s sexual health.

After receiving feedback on two cases of adverse effects seen in consumers, tests conducted on the coffee product found contrary to the advertisement claims – it is not natural or herbal and instead contains high concentration of an undeclared synthetic potent medicinal ingredient, tadalafil.


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