Fake Viagra Drug Kamagra is Flooding UK Clubs

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Kamagra, an Indian version of the drug Viagra, has been flooding clubs and pubs in the United Kingdom after the drug hit the black market.

Brits are paying as little as £3 per sachet of Kamagra gel.

The sale and distribution of fake and unlicensed erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs is a growing problem in the UK. Officials have seen a 980% increase in the amount of fake ED medications seized since 2013. In the last three years alone, the government has destroyed or impounded more than £55 million worth of the drugs.

Kamagra’s active ingredient is Sildenafal, the same active ingredient in Viagra. However, the drug has not been licensed for sale in the UK or the EU, which means that it has not undergone the same safety tests that licensed products undergo.

Despite Viagra being available over the counter in the UK, demand for Kamagra is high among British men. An estimated one in five British men suffer from erectile dysfunction.

Along with being unlicensed and illegal, UK officials warn that the Kamagra you buy on the streets may not be authentic. Fake or imitation versions may contain ingredients that can harm your health. It’s impossible to tell at a glance which versions of Kamagra are fake or real.

The authorities are cracking down on the illicit sale of unlicensed drugs, including Kamagra. One 35-year-old man was recently arrested for laundering money for a gang selling the illicit drug. The man, Lee Tomlinson, agreed to allow the gang to use his personal bank account to launder the money from the illegal drug sales. He was promised to be paid £100 for each transaction.

Tomlinson was caught because he used his own passport and name when withdrawing the payments. Investigators were easily able to trace the payments. Over a two-year period, he harbored over £440,000 for the group.

The websites advertising the drug were registered in foreign cities, including Sofia, Panama City and Moscow.

Illegal sale of Kamagra has been an ongoing problem in the UK for several years, but a recent influx of the drug on the black market has been increasing sales.

The illicit sale of Kamagra is not a problem that’s unique to the UK. In 2017, the US issued an import ban on Ajanta Pharma’s Kamagra tablet, as there was evidence that the drug was being marketed and promoted in the country. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned the drug in 2009.

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