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a cocktail made with vodka and beef bouillon or consomme

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Advertising campaigns for the product say that Bullshot has been approved by the Health Ministry, something the ministry denied on Friday.
The television advert for Bullshot, featured on some of Lebanon's most popular stations, tells views that using the product will allow them to "get a clearer mind, more concentration, lose weight, delay aging, strengthen sexual abilities, reduce pain and calm nerves.
The ministry received documents from the Customs Authority which labeled Bullshot as "candy" as well as a letter from the product's importer stating that no prior ministerial improvement was needed for distribution, he said.
Retail watchdog Consumer's Lebanon, in a statement issued this week, condemned the way the product was advertised and called on the relevant authorities to withdraw Bullshot from the country's shelves.
Consumer's Lebanon asks security personnel and the Consumer Protection Department to stop Bullshot from being produced and remove it from the market.
Although the product has shown no trace of narcotic substances, Khalifeh said that the way Bullshot was administered was suggestive and he discouraged people from using it.
Khalifeh said that the ingredients in Bullshot were "natural enough" its method of consumption could produce "different effects.
3 -- color) Jennifer Bundy plays Rosemary Fenton; Scott Hickerson is Bullshot Crummond.
Limber-limbed Dave Mason, in the role of Bullshot, pranced, flopped, and tumbled his way around the stage, followed closely by Sean Collier, who amiably portrayed a host of characters - Professor Fenton, Algy, a policeman, a waiter, Inspector Scabbard and Marovitch.
The professor's lovely but dim daughter, Rosemary, who is played with great wit by Anna Platt, seeks help from Bullshot to rescue her father, who has been captured by Otto and Lenya.
Bullshot is forever misjudging - mistaking innocents for villains and vice versa.
Afterwards we had sharpened our appetites for brunch with rounds of bloody marys and bullshots.