Singapore sex drug causes brain damage
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SINGAPORE researchers have confirmed that taking illegal sex-enhancement drug Power 1 Walnut can cause severe brain damage, after studying the brains of eight men who took it.
Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), scientists from the National Neuroscience Institute (NNI) found lesions and plaque build-up in parts of the brain which control short-term memory, and the part that links the right brain to the left.
The damages were caused by severe low blood sugar, a result of the illegal drug that had been contaminated by glibenclamide, which is used to treat high sugar in diabetic patients.
Severe low blood sugar can lead to coma and death, if left untreated.
Okay, so I have never heard of Power 1 Walnut, but it is apparently a big thing in Asia. Power 1 Walnut was found to contain sildenafil and glibenclamide. Who spikes Viagra with diabetes medication?