I'm wondering what other pharmacy students or pharmacists think about certain new non-prescription medications. I just saw a TV ad for a drug called Altovis and even though it's really good at looking highly professional (i.e. LOTS of money spent on packaging, advertising, marketing) I had a feeling it was made by the same company that makes Enzyte and Avlimil. So I googled it and found out that all of these drugs are made by Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals. For some reason I have a problem with how they present their product, and I think a lot of consumers don't/won't understand that these drugs aren't FDA approved. I wouldn't be surprised if in the near future the advertising method becomes a concern by the FDA, itself. Even the FTC has jumped on saying that ?If the product being pitched to cure impotence is "herbal" or "all natural," dismiss it.? So my question is, do you think there's a proper role for these kinds of drugs in the scheme of things, or do you think it's a dangerous/ineffective/expensive mean to treat ailments?