Have you ever had one of those days where you needed a boost of energy to help you through the day and turned to an energy drink to help you out? What about being out with the date of your dreams and the “lil guy” just doesn’t have the pep you need to make the night complete? If you’ve ever had one of those days, especially the latter, I have the perfect remedy for you.
MosKa Blu for men was just banned in Australia because it contained vardenafil, which is a prescription only drug used to treat erectile dysfunction. Vardenafil is the active ingredient in Levitra, so drinking one of these is just like taking a dose or two of Levitra as an energy boost. Could you imagine consuming one of these at work to give you that after-lunch boost to help you finish the day and then realizing that you can’t get up from your desk to actually file your paperwork because ummmm… you look like you’re smuggling one of those springy door stop things in your front pocket?
I know Red Bull advertises itself as giving you wings, but I couldn’t imagine a company advertising that their drink gives you wood. I hope nobody was injured in the consumption of this drink, and Australia has banned the import of it into their country. There’s probably a market for such an energy drink here in the US based upon the plethora of commercials for erectile dysfunction drugs. I think that combining such a drug with an energy drink is basically a heart attack in a can just waiting to happen. There would likely be far more instances of people dying like Richard Pryor’s father (*NSFW!!!) if this drink were available here in the US, but that’s just my opinion.