Monday, October 24, 2016

  • 1. Research male enhancers
  • 2. Collect consumer reviews
  • 3. Recommend what to buy


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This product is made in the U.S. apparently by a company of the same name,, about which we found no details despite a fairly informative product website, according to which it claims Viagrow will enhance sexual desire, help men produce and sustain firm, full erections, increase sexual stamina and performance and ‘eliminate’ premature ejaculation.
To begin with, effective male enhancement products will not ‘cure’ or ‘eliminate’ erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, but will merely treat the symptoms of these ailments to allow those men experiencing them to continue to enjoy a normal, healthy sex life. They are not formulated to prevent or remove these afflictions nor are they capable of doing so.

Although the Viagrow website offers detailed descriptions of the ingredients in its formula as well as their impact on erectile dysfunction, there is no indication of the quantities of any of the substances in the product, which certainly makes it very difficult to assess their effectiveness.

The numerous customer testimonials on the Viagrow website seem enthusiastic and sincere, praising the product’s abilities to restore sexual desire, attain full, firm and lasting erections and improve sexual staying power.

Viagrow contains two essential ingredients scientifically proven to be crucial for the success of male enhancement products, Tribulus Terrestris and Horny Goat Weed/Epimedium. It also features Saw Palmetto, Muira Puama, Maca, Ginseng, Gingko Biloba, Avena Sativa/Oatstraw and Ashwagandha, substances frequently included in male enhancers.
Unfortunately Viagrow also contains Yohimbe, a substance made from the bark of a West African tree by the same name; it’s also known by its active ingredient Yohimbe which can be clinically synthesized. Many male enhancement products feature Yohimbe, claiming it has been used for centuries by men in the region as an aphrodisiac.

However the FDA has flagged Yohimbe as a substance of concern and it has been banned in many nations around the world because of its troubling history of causing numerous adverse health conditions, including headaches, dizziness, anxiety, insomnia, hallucinations, hypertension, seizures and kidney failure.

We strongly warn consumers against the use of any male enhancement product which contains Yohimbe, including in this case, Viagrow.

A single bottle of Viagrow containing 30 capsules (a 30 day supply) is available from the Viagrow website for $59.95, which is somewhat expensive for a male enhancement product.

Viagrow is covered by an industry standard 30 day money back guarantee.

We will never endorse any male enhancement product which contains Yohimbe, as this substance is simply not safe for human consumption. We therefore cannot recommend Viagrow as a safe or effective treatment for erectile dysfunction.

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