Our expert says:
Phedra Cut was banned a few years ago in a number of countries, and as recently as September, was implicated as a cause of death in Denmark. So I think that pretty much answers the question. It's not safe, never been tested, never been shown to be safe, and all the evidence suggests that there are some people in whom it can be very dangerous. So I really do believe that one should avoid it. Apart from this, of course, there is the fact that no one has ever really shown that it works. So the risks are large, the benefits small, and it's not a good option to consider.
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