Viarexin Summary

Last Updated: April 13, 2017

Viarexin

Viarexin

Viarexin is claimed to be clinically proven to visibly increase erectile size, hardness, and even sexual stamina – benefits that do not always go together in a single formula. It is dubbed fast and powerful by its makers, which the key messages comprising its clinical data, all-natural ingredients, natural erectile size increase, and a so-called #1 rating from health experts.

According to the Viarexin website, a recent double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial of its ingredients found increased erection size and strength, as well as enhanced free testosterone levels. The increase in testosterone resulted, in turn, in better libido and erection quality. Participants are said to experience an 84 percent increase in size, hardness, and strength on top of other benefits.

Its “Vasoboost Performance Matrix” contains ingredients such as root, muira puama, arginine, L-citrulline, tribulus terrestris, longjack, grape seed, avena sativa, maca root, and piper longum. Viarexin is recommended to be taken every day with your normal diet, with an additional dose allowed a few hours before sex for maximum performance.

Viarexin also boasts of benefits that show in less than 90 days, including the potential benefit of as much as 84 percent in erectile size and hardness improvement as concluded in study.

On the downside, we emphasize that the official ingredient list is incomplete, and there is severe deficiency in important information such as FAQs and recommended number of tablets per serving.

While it may not be among the leading male enhancement players today, Viarexin has the foundation for eventual success. It should address its deficiencies and really work hard to present a quality, safe, reliable product out there to its eager target market. Its clinical data is a good start, but it should flourish into trust and credibility where customer reviews and testimonials are aplenty and show what a good option Viarexin is.

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