Erectify Ultra Review

Fact Checked On: 9-5-2018 By: Rob Miller


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Lots of men suffer from erectile dysfunction. It’s just a fact of life.

As men age, our testosterone plummets, and suddenly we’re left wondering what the hell happened to our sex drive and those rock hard erections we used to get.

And to be honest, it’s not just older men who are affected by ED, it’s the young guns too! One study found that one in four men who went in for ED treatment was under the age of 40. Source

So naturally, guys are out looking for a quick fix. . . or any fix. And there’s no shortage of male sexual enhancement products on the market.

In fact, I’ve tried over 100 of them, so I know a little something about what’s worth your time, and what’s a big fat waste of money.

Today we’re gonna have a look at Erectify Ultra, a new sex pill that claims to be medical strength, yet 100% all-natural. And it promises to give you “longer stamina, harder erections, and stronger performance.”

Does it stack up and deliver on its promises? Or is it yet another sex supplement scam in a sea of scams? Let’s have a look.

1. Fake marketing behind Erectify Ultra

Here’s how it works. You’ll be searching the web, minding your business, and all of the sudden you’re looking at an advertisement that says (in so many words) “Buy this product and it’ll fix your d*#k!”

Next thing you know, you’re on the product sales page that looks a whole lot like this…

Yep, that’s Erectify Ultra, the male sex enhancer that’s in the hot seat today.

Now if you follow my site, the sales page for Erectify Ultra should look awfully familiar to you.

Why? Because it’s pretty much the SAME EXACT design and copy as Verutum RX…

And let’s not forget Climadex…

And I could go on and on about the scam ED products that I’ve busted over the years. Welcome to erectile dysfunction junction!

But what I’m getting at is this: there seems to be one company that’s creating one bogus product after the next, using the same marketing tactics, all in hopes of bilking you of your hard-earned money. Not cool.

They even claim the products have been featured on legit media outlets like CNBC, CNN, Men’s Health, etc.

Well I searched “Erectify Ultra CNN” and got nothing. A big goose egg.

And you won’t find so much as a mention of the product on any other reputable news source either.

So let’s get to the bottom of this.

2. What IS Erectify Ultra?

It’s a male sex enhancer made by a company called Healthy Male Concepts, which we’ll get to in a bit.

Let’s give it the benefit of the doubt and assume it’s a real product. And let’s assume that once you give your credit card number, they’ll actually ship the real product to your door.

Best. Case. Scenario.

You open the package and there it is in all its glory. Emblazoned across the bottle is the big bold promise…

Supercharge my sex life? Mind blowing orgasms for him and her? Uh, yes please. But how?

Here’s how:

  • Get long-lasting erections that are almost too hard
  • Turbo-charge your stamina for increased libido
  • Reclaim your sexual confidence

Don’t get me wrong, there are products on the market that are somewhat effective at giving results like these. In other words, these claims aren’t so different than what I’m used to seeing.

But there’s one more we need to examine. That is, Erectify Ultra says it will make your penis bigger. Seriously, the claim is that it “may add inches to your penis size, both length and girth wise.”

Right… and I can ball like Lebron James and run faster than a cheetah.

Scam sex pills like Erectify Ultra will promise the world. But all it takes is a little intentional research to blow their cover.

So let’s have a look at what this pill is made of, and whether or not the ingredients have been shown to be effective in these areas.

3. What are the ingredients in Erectify Ultra?

In all honesty, this product has all the makings of a half-decent sex pill. The ingredient profile is all-natural, as they claim, and made up of mostly herbal and fruit extracts like…

  • Horny Goat Weed is an herb that has been traditionally used in China for centuries to help with low libido and erectile dysfunction (Source)
  • Turnera Diffusa, also called Damiana, is a small perennial plant used by the ancient Mayan civilization as a natural aphrodisiac (Source)
  • Avena Sativa appears to be effective at treating impotence and premature ejaculation in men (Source)
  • Cayenne Fruit is a pepper that may help with weight loss, improved sexual function, and digestive health (Source)
  • Tribulus terrestris, according to a well-known study, is a hardy plant that may be useful in mild to moderate cases of ED (Source)
  • Muira Puama is a tree native to Brazil that is said to help increase blood flow to the penis for improved libido and harder erections (Source)
  • Saw Palmetto is likely most effective at treating the psychological component of erectile dysfunction (Source)

Looking at the Erectify Ultra formula, there’s really nothing to write home about. Most of the ingredients need further study to determine if they’re actually effective for treating low libido, erectile dysfunction, etc.

But remember, the makers of this product said it may add inches to your penis size. Well, I looked at the ingredients individually, and found nothing that supports this claim.

In fact, when you come across a product (any product!) that says it will make your penis bigger, be VERY skeptical.

I’ve been doing this a loooong time, and I’ve yet to find a pill that delivers in the area of penis enlargement (not that I need it, but you know). 😉

4. How I know it doesn’t stack up

There’s a little link at the very bottom of the Erectify Ultra site. Click on it and you arrive at the Terms & Conditions page. Boy was this a circus to get through.

I’ll highlight just a few of the most absurd terms that I came across, starting with this one…

Apparently the company, Healthy Male Concepts, is “not responsible for the accuracy or reliability of any opinion, advice or statement” written on their Erectify Ultra site.

What in the world?! Have you ever heard of such a thing?

Next we have the refund policy. And some refund policy it is! Needless to say, if you’re looking to get your money back, you’re up shits creek without a paddle. Here’s the Erectify Ultra Refund Policy, in its entirety

I mean, c’mon. That doesn’t even make any sense.

Which brings us to the warranty, another gem courtesy of Erectify Ultra…

I’m sure you get the picture by now. The makers of the product won’t touch a refund or warranty with a ten-foot pole. And they pretty much absolve themselves of any misinformation or downright lies written on their site.

Is this legal? No way! But who’s gonna stop them?

5. Erectify Ultra User Reviews

I searched all over to find a single solitary review (good or bad!) of this male sex enhancer. And I came up bone dry.

That, my friends, is a tell-tale sign to steer clear of a product. And this is a good rule of thumb: if you can’t find peoples’ opinion, it’s likely the product doesn’t really exist.

With that said, you can hop on YouTube and find BS videos of people (perhaps unwittingly) promoting the Erectify scam. Like this one…

Obviously, it’s not a review at all. It’s an advertisement for you to buy the product through their link. Be very wary of these videos that offer no substance and all sales… they’re everywhere.

Erectify Ultra FAQ’s

6. Who makes it?

The makers of this sex pill are Healthy Male Concepts, LLC. They show their hand on the Terms & Conditions page, where they imply that they are based out of Las Vegas, NV.

Just to be sure, I dug a bit deeper and found that the company is indeed based in Las Vegas (sin city, go figure). And it was formed in January of this year.

Other than this small window into the company behind Erectify Ultra, there really is no other information on the web about them. I do suspect they’re the ones behind many of the recent sex pill scams I’ve busted.

I won’t go into further detail about the company, but I will say, you can find anything online these days.

7. Is it a scam?

You might think my answer to this question is a resounding ‘YES’! But first, let’s take a moment to review.

Erectify Ultra says it can increase libido and help with erectile dysfunction. Perhaps it can, as it contains ingredients that may help in these areas.

But then it claims to grow you inches in size, which it cannot possibly do with the ingredients it lists.

So yes, they use false advertisement to get you to buy a product that isn’t effective. They swindle and fraud you out of your hard-earned money. This is the very definition of a scam.

And as you might recall, we gave Erectify Ultra the benefit of the doubt and assumed it IS a real product.

But what if it isn’t?

I’ve come across reviews for similar product scams where men have complained they NEVER received a single shipment, yet their credit card continues to get charged month after month. When they try to call in or write to the company, they get the run-around, or worse, they get silence.

To sum it up, I believe this one’s definitely a boner-fied scam.

8. What’s a good alternative?

So you want bigger, harder erections and increased libido. Overall, you want to be a beast in the bedroom again. I get it.

Although I’ve yet to come across a miracle pill that delivers in all these areas, I have come close.

One of my highest reviewed male sex supplements is Dr. Seltzer’s Hardon Helper.

It’s an affordable OTC alternative to Viagra or Cialis, and one that I experienced some pretty epic results from using. I won’t go into detail, but you can read all about it here.

Or… if you’re looking to increase your penis size, you’ll never get results with all-natural herbal extracts. It just ain’t gonna happen. So I encourage you to read this review of products that might actually help you gain size.

9. Recommendations

It goes without saying that I do NOT recommend this product.

I showed you how strikingly similar the marketing behind Erectify Ultra is to scams like Climadex and Verutum RX, just to name a couple.

RELATED: Climadex Review

This, to me, is pretty convincing evidence that the same company is behind this rash of scam products hitting the market.

We talked about the ingredients, which cannot possibly deliver on the product’s promises… especially of adding inches to your penis size.

Then I went into some detail about their Terms and Conditions, which are downright scary.

In the end, nothing good can come of purchasing this sex enhancer.

But the more important point is this: do your homework before you whip out your credit card to buy any product — especially a penis pill.

Scams like these are a dime a dozen. They prey on men who are at an all-time low in the confidence department.

They exploit your weakness, promise the world, manipulate you into buying, and at the end of the day, you’re holding a limp dick (excuse my French) and wondering why you’ve only got $5 bucks in your bank account.

So hopefully this review tipped you off to some of the most common tricks, traps, and trends that these shady companies use to swindle you good.

It’s a scary world out there. Do your best to stay smart and stay safe.

And in the meantime, steer clear of Erectify Ultra, and maybe try one of the alternatives that I provided above. There’s hope for us yet.

Have you tried Erectify Ultra? If so, write your review in the comments below!

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Author: Rob Miller

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Rob Miller founded over 7 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. He has a diploma in Advanced Dietary Supplements Advisor, and worked at GNC for 3 years. He KNOWS supplements, both inside and out. Rob currently resides in Jupiter, FL, with his wife of 4 years.  Learn more about him in his Bio here. Follow him on Twitter , Facebook, LinkedIn, or find him on Google +.