An energy drink which promises to "naturally" increase sexual performance has been banned in Australia—it's place of origin—after officials discovered that it contained Levitra.
The issue with MosKa is that it's a health risk to give someone an erectile dysfunction drug if it hasn't been prescribed to them. Levitra is potentially hazardous for men with heart problems and could send blood pressure plummeting if used in conjunction with other drugs. Alleging that a third party added the drug, the company apologized:
We are devastated to have found that the overseas OEM supplier for Moska energy for adults had included an undeclared ingredient, Vardenafil (Levitra), within the natural ingredients. Vardenafil (Levitra) is a prescription only substance.
As such, we have terminated the supplier and in the process of producing the product with our own formulation to ensure no hidden ingredients. All our future products will be tested for compliance with all regulatory requirements.
Be on the lookout for those future products, because they're coming.