Good report, however I think it's different for every guy. I have only had the real thing, it make my penish larger, And, I'm good without it, And, like he said, you ejack, your ready again in a few minutes. I don't take it often but, when I do, it's still in my system like 24hrs.
For a particularly surprising trick to get an almost instant erection, pulsating and long-lasting, you should check out Mario Volpstein's website. Google him, the craziest thing is that it may work within the first few days!
Akroma Jones LOL I dont have any health issues, I do excercise daily hope it won't cause any problems. Well thanks for the info. Can I cut the 100mg pill in half so it'd be like 50mg..will it work that way?
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ok to those who don't know where the main chemical in Viagra comes from, its time someone told you. it comes from the venom of a Brazilian wondering spider AKA banana spider. it is one of the deadliest things on earth. in most cases when people get bit by one of these and they cant get to the anti venom within 20 minutes, they die within 30 - 40 minutes.
zigman froid You're an imbecile! FYI, the whole invention of Viagra came from the clinical trial of a "blood pressure lowering medication" which is NOT derived from poisonous spider Venom; it was during the clinical trial that patients started reporting erections as a side effect of the drug. It wasn't until patients with diabetes that had been diagnosed with clinical ED stared reporting that they were experiencing erections (many of whom hadn't had a erection in years)that the company decided to forgo their interest in coming up with a improved "blood pressure" lowering medication, and instead, market the medication as the first medication to treat ED....
+zigman froid If you want to believe that you are right, believe that you are right. But in no way is sildenafil a synthetic form of spider venom, the chemical in brazilian spider venom that can cause erection (tx2-6) is not the same thing as sildenafil nor does it have the same mechanism of action. I could agree that the venom could be used as an aphrodisiac (sexual enhancer), but I cannot agree that spider venom is the same as viagra (The branded name given to sildenafil by pfitzr). However you may believe what you may believe, I am no longer debating with you.
you are very very very wrong about that, it was someone who got bit by one and got an erection that figured out that it night be useful for ED, so start researching shit before you go on blabbing about shit you don't know anything about, sildenafil citrate is the synthetic form.
+zigman froid It's not a fact, it is a fact that the Brazilian banana spider does have a venom that has effects on a man's ability to get erections and is being investigated as a potential alternative to viagra, but it is not sildenafil nor is it used in the synthesis of sildenafil. The venom from banana spiders is a completely different chemical, I thought you knew this and thats why I said it was a 10/10 troll due to it having similar effects and due to people labelling it as an alternative to viagra.
Not Bad! IMO, I think as men we should learn to FIRST walk the natural way in our bid to increase our man-drive as individuals. And the natural route here means lifestyle improvement. I mean we should be careful what we eat. We should be careful what we drink. We ought to pay attention to our emotional health, physical health and use of technology. Gosh, I recommend we watch this other video here: https://youtu.be/hYN6cw3WeCQ
That video sure illustrates this point so clearly. Fact is, getting our lifestyles right will definitely get our “manly” hormones bursting forth in full force and energy without any medical aid or need for pills. But of course, travelling the natural route as opposed to getting a quick fix (just like in most other things in life) will prove to be a bit more demanding and at times pretty darn slow. In that case I say, if you must go for a quick fix do it naturally too. Don’t go for some big-pharma jumbo pills. Those are usually loaded with harmful chemicals that may lead to serious side effects. A better option would be to go for natural testosterone production boosters made 100% with natural ingredients. Here’s a good video-example of what I’m talking about: https://youtu.be/aKs0twC9ISU
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+Romi Copeland You can buy it online. I get it from, DR FOX. Just type that in and fill the form in, mate. Obviously you've got to tell a few lies on the form... so the doctor "official proper doctor" can determine if you need it. Takes 2 mins to fill in... and there is a price guide for the amount you want... either 25mg 50mg or 100mg. I buy the 50mg so i can cut into 3 pieces.
The class of drugs that Levitra, Viagra, Stendra, and Cialis belong to are called PDE5 inhibitors. They work by relaxing tight blood vessels, allowing more blood to surge into the penis and cause an erection, says Gregory Bales, M.D., an associate professor of urology at the University of Chicago.
The little pills do the trick for more than two-thirds of men with Viagra protects the heart (ED). They also work for guys who simply need them for a short time to get their “confidence back,” says Michael Eisenberg, M.D., director of male reproductive medicine and surgery at Stanford University.