Official Site: Veramale.com
For men who are on the lookout for the perfect sexual dysfunction product, we will take a closer look at Veramale to see if it’s even worth the search.Marketed as an all natural sexual performance enhancer for men, Veramale seems to be a complete male enhancement product (if the official website is to be believed). According to the website, all of Veramale’s ingredients “have been chosen based on scientific evidence and solid research.” Its main mechanism of action is inhibiting the breakdown of nitrix oxide to produce harder and stronger erections.
Ingredients at a Glance
Veramale’s ingredients can be found on the official website. Included in the list are L-arginine HCl, Tribulus terrestris, Ginkgo biloba, Panax Ginseng, Kola acuminata, Pantothenic acid, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Zinc and Folic acid.
L-arginine HCl is an amino acid that prevents the breakdown of nitric oxide to prolong erectile hardness and longevity. Tribulus terrestris and Panax Ginseng, on the other hand, are libido boosters.
- Product contains Tribulus Terrestris and Ginseng, which are proven penis-enhancing ingredients.
- Customers can order directly from the official website.
- Product is also available through a variety of retail sites.
- Product doesn’t contain Epimedium (Horny goat weed) or Yohimbe bark extract.
- Product may not be used by people who have pre-existing medical conditions such as allergies and heart problems.
- Product received mixed overviews, which really doesn’t speak well for its credibility.
Veramale is two-key-ingredients short of being perfect. Remember that a perfect male enhancement product is a combination of two things: (1) an effective aphrodisiac and (2) a proven erection enhancer. While L-arginine and Ginkgo biloba work in some way to produce a viable erection, there’s no way these can compare to Epimedium or Yohimbe.
Our verdict is not to dismiss Veramale as ineffective. We are convinced of its potential to be a great product. However, we would like to alert Veramale’s makers to the fact that their product can use some reformulation. We suggest cutting back on some of the ingredients, especially those that really don’t do much in terms of male enhancement. There are obvious alternatives such as Epimedium and Yohimbe. These shouldn’t be too hard to incorporate, given that a couple of male enhancement products in the market have already succeeded in doing so.