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We promise to provide an effective all natural male enhancement product in a professional, honest, and forthright manner. We will always keep the overall satisfaction and security of our customers foremost in our mind.

Most of the products online (other than big chains) contain hidden or undeclared ingredients that may be harmful to your health ... or even fatal. 

Don't Believe the Hype
Ads for penis-enlargement products and procedures are everywhere. Many are endorsed by celebrities or fake doctors and most contain hidden ingredients, prescription drugs. 

I wouldn't suggest buying or believing anything from the internet that does not have a telephone number. Male enhancement review site ConsumerHealthDigest.com is one that offers a review on our product and they have never tried the product. 

Typical Scams

  • Free Trial Bottle - Once they have your credit card you will continue to be billed. Getting them to stop is difficult and aggravating.
  • Celebrity Endorsements - This practice is common in all industries. Those costs are passed along to you, the consumer.
  • Counterfeit Products - Online pharmacies claim to be selling the real deal at greatly discounted prices.
  • Fake News - We don't know how they do it but there are many fake stories that look like Fox News, CNN, Wall Street Journal and more claiming that a product netted the biggest ever investment on Shark Tank. Infuriating and All Lies.

This is a LIE. There has never been a male enhancement product on the Shark Tank.

You may have seen the Fake Ads for Genius pills supposedly endorsed by Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking and Anderson Cooper.


Partial List
The FDA List of Recalled Male Enhancement
 products that contain prescription drugs.

'All Natural' Alternatives for Erectile Dysfunction: A Risky Proposition

The FDA cannot test all products on the market that contain potentially harmful hidden ingredients. Enforcement actions and consumer advisories for tainted products only cover a small fraction of the tainted over-the-counter products on the market.

The above linked list changes daily. The FDA can’t keep up with the variations in product names or the corruption in the industry. The mode of operation for many male enhancement brands is quite simply to sell Viagra®, Cialis®, or Levitra® under the guise of an all-natural product. How you might say? They will list some bogus natural ingredients and in addition to the proprietary blend. The proprietary blend will simply be a prescription drug.

The FDA rarely enforces the law on the industry as they quite simply have bigger fish to fry. However, when they do impose the occasional crack down the offending companies simply slightly change their name and re-market the product.

Beware of Products with Animals like Rhinos, Panthers, Tigers, Snakes, Monkeys, Ants, etc. You’ll notice the above list contains MANY similar names that have been banned. It is safe to assume that if you are purchasing and taking something that has a name like that on the list your just taking a Chinese made version with one of the following prescription ingredients:

Viagra® (sildenafil citrate)
Cialis® for daily use (tadalafil) 
Levitra® (vardenafil HCl) 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease.