The extensive Virectin website says, ‘Increase desire, maximize performance and stamina and improve satisfaction with Virectin…she’ll love this powerful product every bit as much as you. Leave her super satisfied and absolutely begging for more!’
No matter how many times I see this kind of provocative claim about the ‘superstud’ qualities of any male enhancement product, it gives me room for pause; while this sort of statement is very titillating, it’s not exactly what men with ED are looking for, but more likely something that would be a common addition to the set of any pornographic film production.
Sadly the Virectin website also makes some subtle, but distinctly dishonest claims about increasing penis size;
‘-Would you like to stay harder and larger, longer?’
– ‘About 30 minutes after I take it I will get some length gains but definitely a lot of girth and thickness!’ (customer testimonial)
– ‘The penis is made up of three erectile chambers. When aroused, blood flow increases into these chambers, and the outflow of blood is decreased, producing an erection. The more blood that is pushed into these chambers, the larger you can become. Virectin helps force more blood flow so these chambers stretch, creating substantial growth in both penis length and girth.’
Unfortunately these are simply bold faced lies, as no enhancement product can possibly increase a man’s natural penis size, since only invasive and risky surgery can accomplish this.
Virectin is made by Gentopia Laboratories, a business I found very little information about because they don’t operate a company website; this seems to be a trend among certain manufacturers that only want consumers visiting their individual product sites.
Virectin is covered by a 60 day money back guarantee.
The product does contain all 5 essential ingredients that have been scientifically proven to be critical for the success of male enhancement supplements (L-Arginine, Tribulus Terrestris, Horny Goat Weed/Epimedium, Tongkat Ali/Eurycoma Longifolia and Cnidium Monnier), as well as Damiana leaf, Ashwagandha root, Maca root powder, Saw Palmetto, Gingko Biloba leaf, Fenugreek seed, Mucuna Pruriens, Zinc, Avena Sativa/Oat Straw, Selenium and Niacin.
Sadly, the website doesn’t provide any quantity information for any of these substances, which makes it impossible to gauge their effectiveness in treating erectile dysfunction.
A single bottle of 90 capsules (a 30 day supply) is available from the Virectin website for $44.95.
Does it work?
I have to say that this product was a major disappointment. Despite the quality ingredients, the lack of ingredient quantity information makes me think they are present in fairly small volumes that effects the product’s performance, but this is only a theory since there‘s no reference to how much of each substance it actually contains, which is probably why Virectin had no effect on me whatsoever; no increased sexual drive, no additional erectile strength or stamina and certainly no penile length or girth increases.
Even though Virectin offers some common and well known male enhancement ingredients, without any indication of their quantities, I’m not inclined to recommend it, especially as I found its effects to be negligible.