Reload Herbal Viagra Pills Sold By Love Ranch Brothel Compared To $22 Per Pill Viagra

Reload herbal Viagra pills are hot and heavy in the news due to the 10 Reload herbal Viagra pills reportedly taken by Lamar Odom prior to falling in a coma. According to TMZ, it was the Love Ranch Las Vegas brothel who sold the Reload pills at the center of controversy to Odom when Lamar got there. Those same Reload pills, supposed “herbal Viagra” pills, were still in the brothel’s display case when the sheriff took all the remaining Reload pills from the Love Ranch.

What’s exactly in Reload that might’ve interacted negatively with any other substances in Odom’s system? Could the Love Ranch seller of the Reload pills or manufacturer of the herbal Viagra Reload pills be held liable for any injuries? Those are the questions surrounding the Reload pills, but after TMZ tried to get in touch the firm that makes the Reload pills, they reportedly went out of business.

The Reload “sexual performance enhancer for men” pills were advertised as 1,875 mg red Reload capsules that provided 72 hours worth of Viagra-like action. Instead, the FDA confirmed that Reload contained the Viagra ingredient sildenafil. The FDA also listed ReloadPill.com as a Reload pill seller. According to the “Who Is” information about the website, ReloadPill.com was registered on July 13, 2012 — with the domain name “reloadpill.com” being registered via GoDaddy to a registrant named Takami Zitumura. However, as of this writing, the ReloadPill.com website only features text about being a dating site and doesn’t show the pills for sale that GQ says might be for sale at seedy gas stations.

After the FDA tested the Reload pills and learned they indeed had sildenafil, they warned the public to throw them away since they can have a negative affect upon those who take nitrates due to diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease. The Reload herbal Viagra pills can’t be seen in the below photo of a refrigerator from Odom’s suite at the Love Ranch Las Vegas brothel. Only Red Bull, KFC, Cool Whip, and food are visible in the photo.

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Reload herbal Viagra pills and other so-called natural Viagra supplements called Hard Wang, Night Man, Stiff Nights, and Viagra aren’t as safe as some consumers might believe, reports BuzzFeed. Along with Reload, all of the other herbal Viagra listed reportedly contain sildenafil citrate. One of the supplements, called Stiff Nights, was blamed for the 2012 death of a Missouri man. BuzzFeed also noted that a major portion of these gas station herbal Viagra-like pills contained actual Viagra ingredients and cost much less than the $22 per pill Viagra.

“In a 2013 study, Pfizer scientists tested 58 ‘herbal’ and ‘all natural’ supplements collected from convenience stores and gas stations in Atlanta and Baltimore. Of those, 81% contained the active ingredients found in Viagra and Cialis, or contained synthetic analogs that have never been tested in humans. The cost of the supplements ranged from $2.99 to $17.99, whereas Viagra is around $22 per pill.”

According to Google’s AdWords Keyword tool, other variations of Viagra experience a large amount of searches per month. While Viagra gets a whopping 201,000 searches per month, the term “natural Viagra” receives nearly 10,000 searches monthly.

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According to CNN, herbal Viagra pills like Reload are dangerous because of the ingredients they could contain that aren’t listed on the packaging, but hidden under “proprietary blend” language.

Most of the time men who take ‘herbal Viagra’ are ‘probably not subjecting themselves to too much danger…But we don’t know what they are taking, and there is a whole class of things available in them that may be dangerous.'”

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