Do not purchase “True Man” or “Energy Max”

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning, advising consumers not to purchase and use “True Man” or “Energy Max” products.

“True Man” or “Energy Max” sold as dietary supplements nationwide, are touted as sexual enhancement products and treatments for erectile dysfunction. But the FDA said the products contain potentially harmful, undeclared ingredients.

Specifically, the FDA said the products contain substances called analogs that have structures similar to active ingredients in approved prescription drugs.

Undeclared analogs in True Man and Energy Max might interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs, such as nitroglycerin and medications used to treat diabetes, high cholesterol and heart disease.