We get lots of questions and queries from our seekers whenever Cyvita runs a commercial. If you’re here, there’s a good chance you must have just seen one. You should be applauded for doing your due-diligence. They do lots of broadcast marketing but little online. That’s something to remember, because you cannot get all the facts on a television or radio commercial.
The product is somewhat aged and the website doesn’t say much. It’s very sparse and it pushes you towards making a call. Usually that is to get you buy more products or totally unrelated services (window treatments, magazine subscriptions, etc.). Still it’s sleek looking in its sparseness.
Overall we have a few concerns with the product.
Cyvita claims to be proven “beyond a doubt”, but they do not offer any studies to back up that claim. Even so, the claims are weak. Increasing strength and stamina is now taken for granted in most pills that have either Yohimbe or Ginseng which is used frequently for stamina… Cyvita doesn’t seem to have much or any of either.
Then there is the ambiguity, which is something I really don’t appreciate. “More frequent erections”? That’s not very clear. Will you be able to maintain an erection each time you want, or just more frequently that the day before? They just don’t say. Cyvita seems to be making semi-statements, and hoping that the consumer will jump to conclusions or make assumptions on their own.
There seems to be no set dosage. Their info swings between 2 - 6 tablets per day. If you take 6 tablets a day, you won’t get to day 11 with your one month supply. Not good. Pay very close attention to the date you bought the product (assuming you’re going to go ahead and purchase). You have 12 days (not 30!) to try the product, but be careful… because they seem to automatically enroll you in their “auto-ship program”. Each month, they will charge your credit card $59.40 if you do not cancel… and their Money Back Guarantee is a poor one indeed… it’s a credit memorandum for future purchases - but what if you don’t want that. There are plenty of good products that offer full money back guarantees.
- Formula seems to be weak enough to be tolerated by just about anyone… we just don’t think it will help you.
- No studies.
- No good ingredients
- No Money Back Guarantee (just “store credit”)
- No reason to think that this will help you in any way!
The ingredient list seems to be obscured by a large proprietary blend that contains Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Glycine propionyl-L-Carnitine, Epimedium sagittatum (standardized to 40% icariin), Zinc, and Vitamin C. There is no Ginseng, no Yohimbe, no Tongkat Ali, none of the ingredients that you would expect to see in a product that works.
Cyvita seems to have been developed for broadcast television. It’s weak enough to not cause any problems for anyone. The problem is that it's not strong enough to have a bite or edge to make it work. If you are looking for a product that will move you to bigger and better things (on and off the mattress), there are better products to find and always look for a real Money Back Guarantee.
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