Contains 16 ingredients that are promoted to address male issues including the prostate. The idea is that a strengthened erection will be possible with increased blood flow to the genital area.* Some of the ingredients in Virectin are very interesting, they have yohimbe, fenugreek and L-Arginine, among others. But the website makes certain medical claims and then offers no scientific proof to back them up.
The website lists the ingredients contained in Virectin, which include ingredients found in many male enhancement products, because they are designed to effect male desire.* There are also an alarming number of negative reviews available on different websites, so a little more caution would be in order. Virectin claims that it is 98% effective, but we find that very hard to believe. There are no studies that back up this claim, so it may not be reliable.
- Virectin claims that it is 98% effective, yet they do not provide clinical to support that claim.
- 60 day risk free trial (return less shipping).
- They occasionally offer a coupon code for a discount.
- Must take 3 capsules daily
- No Doctor Testimonials
- No Clinical Studies
- Very Expensive
Virectin seems to be a very average product. While it has the ingredients known for male enhancement, its potency is not proven. We are also turned off by the “98%” claim. It’s one thing to tout your own product, it’s another to make up statistics and then use them to trick people into thinking that the product is more effective than it really is. They offer a money back guarantee, yet other brands have better ones.
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