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An erection in a cup? The Stiff Bull website states: Actually, no dietary supplement is ‘approved’ by the FDA. They are, however, stringently regulated and must comply with the provisions of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 as regulated by the FDA. Moreover, the FDA examined an international shipment of the coffee. [...]
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