Lamar Odom Dead? Herbal Viagra, Overdose, Crack Cocaine & Opiates…Brain Damage

odom-herbal-viagraIs Lamar Odom dead? Possibly. Yesterday, he was rushed to the hospital due to what speculation has it overdose on herbal Viagra, crack cocaine and other opiates. It has been reported that a manager saw “mucus-type liquid coming out of his nose and mouth.” And he has track marks on his arm and has “virtually every drug imaginable was found in his system.”

He’s on a ventilator to help with his breathing and has had multiple strokes that have lead to brain damage. If this is the case, then you might just consider that he is dead.

Khloe Kardashian is still legally married to the former NBA player so she has the ability to make medical decisions on his behalf. If he is brain dead and is on life support, it is probably best to end his life. After all Odom was found at a brothel, where men pay for sex. So he was paying for sex? Enough said. Let him go. What a disgusting person he is.

The herbal Viagra supplements that many people see at local stores and liquor stores are dangerous. The FDA stated the following:

Products falsely marketed as “dietary supplements” or “foods” that promise to enhance your sexual performance or increase sexual stimulation might contain hidden drug ingredients or other undisclosed ingredients — and can endanger your health.

Thus far, FDA lab tests have found that nearly 300 of these products contain undisclosed drug ingredients. These can include the same active ingredients found in prescription drugs that are FDA-approved for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED), such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. Not only do these products contain undisclosed drug ingredients, but they also sometimes may include combinations of undisclosed ingredients or excessively high doses, both potentially dangerous situations.

Beware of products that:

Promise quick results (within 30 to 40 minutes)
Are advertised as alternatives to FDA-approved prescription drugs
Are sold in single servings
Advertise via spam or unsolicited emails
Have labels written primarily in a foreign language
Have directions and warnings that mimic FDA-approved products

 

  • Guest

    What a sick man!!! He deserved what he deserves!