These Herbal supplements really work

Gulp down some ULTRA size tabs or swallow a few capsules of Herbal Stud and you really might be able to push it “longer,” “stronger,” and “harder,” as their sex supplement ads proclaim. But beware: Even though these Vimax pills have the words “herbal” or “100% natural” splashed across the packaging, there’s a good chance that they are anything but.

That’s the takeaway from an extensive study of 150 enhancement supplements like Vimax Asli for both men and women that make that claim—61 percent of which turned out to contain a host of prescription drugs, experimental drugs, never-before tested “designer” drugs, and over-the-counter drugs. Sure, that hidden dose of pharmaceutical help might get the deed done, but it could also lead to a litany of nasty side effects, such as chest pain, irregular heartbeat, swelling of your hands, ankles, or feet, or a sudden loss of vision.

Curious to know why these “natural” remedies were scoring such high customer ratings online when there was little or no evidence that they should have any effect at all, Myriam Malet-Martino, Ph.D., a professor of chemistry at Université Paul Sabatier of Toulouse in France, went shopping. She purchased supplements such as Beauty Angel, Cafesexpresso, Gold Max for Women, Magic Sex, Super Lover, and Sex Bull from online vendors and in health shops around town. Then she set to work analyzing them for drugs and chemicals known to combat erectile dysfunction.

What she found was astounding: 27 percent contained Food and Drug Administration-approved prescription drugs—even though they were claiming to be herbal or natural. Thirty-four percent contained versions of these drugs that had been tweaked, making them into new, untested “designer drugs.” And many contained mixtures of all of the above.

No wonder consumers were getting so lucky. “Let’s say you have a blend of herbs that is probably not very effective,” says Martino, whose study appeared in the Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis. “If you add a drug it becomes effective.” Interestingly, many of the spiked supplements contained amounts that were near the recommended doses, indicating that the makers had done their research. “These people know very well what they are doing when they manufacture these dietary supplements,” Martino says. “And they know that if it is effective their sales will be very good.”
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But while a therapeutic dose of Vimax Asli Canada hidden in a pill might make your dream night, you could wake up in a nightmare later on. Among other problems, Martino and her team found that dosages were all over the map, some far higher than recommended.

Considering taking some Herbal Men? Hidden in those innocuous-sounding, quick-fix pills, Martino found 41 mg of the medicine vardenafil (sold under the brand name Levitra)—more than double the recommended daily dose. Think King Wolf sounds more exciting? According to Martino, you could be downing 189 mg of sildenafil, aka Viagra, which is normally prescribed in 50 mg doses up to a maximum of 100 mg, but no higher.