Another Scam?

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by Mr._dB, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. Mr._dB

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    Mr._dB

    Since there is no information regarding how much (milligrams, etc.) of each ingredient is included in each capsule, I would be wary of this product.

    I happen to take just about every supplement known to man for increasing semen quality, volume, etc. as well as supplements for increased libido, blood flow, etc. But, I take each one individually. In other words, I buy a bottle of Acetyl-L-Carnitine, a separate bottle of Alpha-Lipoic Acid, a separate bottle of L-Argenine, a separate bottle of Maca, a separate bottle of Zinc, Panax Ginseng, Avena sativa, Pygeum, Nettle Root, Phenyl-ethyamine, Mara Puama, Yohimbe, Tribulus terrestris, Tongkat ali, Epimedium, you name it -- if its for sexual enhancement and performance, I take it.

    I control the AMOUNT of each of these so as to get optimum results. You will read that taking all these sex enhancing supplements is bullshit -- a panacea, etc. That's because the men are not taking their supplements in the proper amount. It makes all the difference in the world!

    In addition to taking all these supplements I am also taking Cialis-20 every other day and I'm on 25 gram compounding pharmacy testosterone cream as well.

    Sex is a number one priority in my life. I am serious about it.

    Best Regards to You,
    Sharps-Rifle
     
  3. BobLeeSwagger

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    Any product whose claims haven't been evaluated by the FDA is suspect. Not because it doesn't do anything, but because it hasn't been medically tested as safe and effective. If you believe an ad for a supplement/drug that doesn't have any FDA approval, it basically means you're trusting their advertisement. While you're at it, you might as well drink Miller Lite, because it clearly helps you get pretty girls.
     
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    you know, even tho the product claims to have all natural ingredients it really doesn't claim to have any specifics on milligram dosage. so i put in a question at the contact portion; I hope to hear from them soon, let you know hwat I discover.
     
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    The main ingredient is L-Arginine. The others are just for hype. L-Argenine can be had cheaply at health-pill stores like GNC. They're huge horse-pills! It's been a few years since I tried it, but if I recall, you take one per day, then two more about a hour before an ejaculation that you want to increase. The published info says that it works for some and not for others. It didn't do a thing for me. The porn stars supposedly take these like candy when they're "working."
     
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