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Photo: VCG. A search of public judgments from Chinese courts showed that, in the past decade, there were up to 1, cases involving the manufacturing and selling of fake sex drugs around the country. Most of the cases occurred in Zhejiang and Guangdong provinces.
Some of the drugs were sold internationally to the US as well as countries in Africa and the Middle East. Making and selling fake sex drugs is a lucrative business.
A report by Hunan Metropolis Daily revealed that the cost to manufacture one box of fake sex drug is as low as 1. Side effects of fake sex drugs range from stroke, liver failure and, occasionally, death. Some consumers have reported swelling in the groin area and even rupture of blood vessels. Aphrodisiacs are in high demand in China, as the number of Chinese men with erectile dysfunction has surged in recent years.
Wen Deyuan, a sexologist and president of Hunan Institute of Sexual Health, told Hunan Metropolis Daily that "over 60 percent of Chinese men aged between 40 and 70 have erectile dysfunction. It has become one of the major health issues of Chinese men.
A research showed that only 35 percent of these men will go to the hospital. About 47 percent think it is a minor problem that does not need treatment, or they will just go to a local pharmacy for some over-the-counter drugs. A report by Alibaba, which analyzed shopping data on Taobao and Tmall, showed that Chinese men aged 50 to 59 are the major consumers of products advertised to be able to "strengthen one's kidney" and "boost one's yang," a euphemisms for sex pills.