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Product Recalls

April 17-May 14, 2014

Health Letter, June 2014

Class I

Adipotrim XT dietary supplement, 30 capsules/bottle.

JaDera weight loss supplement, capsules, 30-count bottle.

Lidiy dietary supplement capsules.

PHUK Sexual Enhancement Ultimate Pleasure, 400 mg capsules.

Prolifta dietary supplement, 400 mg capsules.

RezzRX capsules, single blister pack and 20-count bottle.

Slim Expert dietary supplement, softgel 650 mg capsules.

Slim Fortune dietary supplement capsules.

Virilis Pro, 450 mg capsules.

Xiyouji Qingzhi capsulres, 300mg, 20-count box.

Class II

Blu Pharmaceuticals Inc. is recalling metformin hydrochloride tablets, 500 and 1000 mg. For more information:

Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories is recalling venlafaxine hydrochloride extended-release tablets, 37.5 and 150 mg. For more information:

Fluoxetine capsules, 20 mg, 30-count bottles.

Glyburide and metformin hydrochloride tablets, 5mg/500mg, 500-count bottle.

Methyldopa tablets, 500 mg, 100-count bottle.

Metoprolol succinate extended-release tablets, 50 mg, 30-count bottle.

Ohm Laboratories Inc. is recalling numerous cold and allergy products marketed under pharmacy names. For more information:

Teva Pharmaceuticals is recalling fluoxetine capsules, 10 and 20 mg, in 100- and 500-count bottles. For more information:

Teva Pharmaceuticals is recalling indomethacin capsules, 25 and 50 mg. For more information:


For a list of recent recalls of consumer products, please visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission website at

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