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21 June 2010

Beware of aphrodisiac coffee

The FDA urged consumers to stop using an instant coffee product that is being marketed as a sexual aphrodisiac, saying it could dangerously lower blood pressure.

The Food and Drug Administration on Saturday urged consumers to stop using an instant coffee product that is being marketed as a sexual aphrodisiac, saying it could dangerously lower blood pressure.

Magic Power Coffee is sold on Internet sites by several independent distributors. - (Sapa/AP, June 2010)

 
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