Men of all ages are having a difficult time performing in the bedroom. While the real focus should be on the true factors behind ED, pharmaceuticals and natural supplements have built an industry around “treating” this problem.
While there is no doubt that products like Viagra work, they come with their own list of side effects. Are natural alternatives just as good or better, but without the side effects?
Given the sheer number of male enhancement supplements, it is hard to differentiate between them.
Many of them make the same claims and use bold language to get you to take a closer look.
However, they often come with similar ingredients. One new male enhancement supplement that is currently on the market isUltrastrenx.
Let’s take a look at this product in detail and determine if it has any science backing its claims.
What Is Ultra Strenx?
Ultrastrenx is a product that targets men who are unable to sustain an erection. Overall, this product is advertised to older males who want to get their libido back and impress their partner.
The company claims that after a few weeks of consumption, the length and hardness of an erection will increase, due to an increase in blood flow. This product also claims to increase fertility, improve testosterone production, and promote an increase in self-confidence.
Ultrastrenx allegedly contains a number of natural ingredients that have been shown to increase blood circulation to the genitals and increase testosterone levels.
One website that sells this product even states that Ultrastrenx, “pops up the desire to do sex.”
Clever wordplay there.
I actually first came acrossUltrastrenx ME while I was browsing a porn site, and saw this banner on the side of the page.
I tell you.
Nothing in the world wants to make me buy a male enhancement pill than an old, balding, hairy, fat guy, that’s for sure.
When I clicked on that banner it took me too…
With any of these erectile dysfunction male enhancement formulas, there are plenty of fake articles and fake reviews that are looking to capitalize on this product. One such website has dedicated an entire fake article with fake reviews, all designed to get people to click on any one of their links that directs users to some unrelated offer.
This is far from the first time that I have come across something like this and I am sure it won’t be the last because new ones pop up week by week and never get any more convincing or creative.
This website starts out with a not all that appealing gif of an old man plowing a young woman and side-by-side photos of how this product has transformed his penis into a monster.
Some of their warnings against using this product include, “your erections might become uncomfortably rigid and last longer than normal.” Wait, that sounds like a win to me.
This fake article goes on to make it seem like Johnny Sins of Brazzers, a porn star, recommendsUltrastrenx to go strong for two hours straight.
Interestingly enough, I saw this EXACT SAME CLAIM being made about a completely different supplement called Blackcore Edge.
This fake website goes on to claim that this product is backed by science and discusses the amazing results with phrases like “rock hard super stiff erection” and “we banged for 1 hour and 47 minutes.” Equipped with Ultrastrenx and a stopwatch, this “testimonial” discusses in detail the “cosmic pleasure” experienced with this product.
At the end, there are 53 comments that appear like Facebook comments discussing the amazing benefits of this product. These comments are fake and all the links go to the same place, a 400 error page.
Ironically, after all of that marketing, this website doesn’t even sell this product. They just make it seem like they do in order to get people to click on one specific link placed repeatedly throughout their website that redirects to other apparently profitable offers.
If you get caught on a website like this, just get out of it as fast as possible.
Does Ultrastrenx Even Exist?
When clicking to orderUltrastrenx on another website, all links redirect to a product called Zynev, a completely different supplement.
So it would seem that a review onUltrastrenx may actually be a review on Zynev.
After further research, there may actually be a product sold as Ultrastrenx, at least that is what it seems.
Websites That Are Selling This Product Are Also Lying!
More than a few websites that are selling this product (if it even exists) are making false claims. They claim that apparently,Ultrastrenx was seen on MSNBC, CNN, and even USA, not to mention, was featured in Men’s Health. In order to humor myself, I checked out MSNBC to see all the great things they were saying about this product. You guessed it, my search revealed zero matches.
So far, it isn’t clear ifUltrastrenx is a real product, while all the websites selling this product are making fictitious claims. Not a good start!
Given the vagueness of this product, I would assume that most people wouldn’t pursue it further as a promising answer to their ED problem.
However, for those who still have some hope for this product, let’s see if we can actually find the ingredients in it.
Searching for the actual ingredients in this product is a chore, as the websites attempting to peddle this formula don’t seem to agree on what is actually in it.
The general consensus is thatUltrastrenx has Boron, Tonkat Ali, Saw Palmetto, Horny Goat Weed, Orchic Substance, and Nettle Extract, along with Bioperine.
However, some websites selling this product go on to state thatUltrastrenx has L-Arginine and Mucuna Gigantea as well.
Furthermore, some other websites claim that this product has Epimedium, Maca, Polypodium Vulgare, and Panax Ginseng.
If they don’t know what’s in it, how does anyone else? For marketing purposes, they should get their story straight and stick to it.
Assuming that the main page is correct,Ultrastrenx probably contains some small quantities of Boron, Tonkat Ali, Saw Palmetto, Horny Goat Weed, Orchic Substance, and Nettle Extract so we will focus on the benefits of these ingredients. Unfortunately, the exact amount of each ingredient is unknown so determining effectiveness is next to impossible.
Boron has been shown to increase testosterone levels, but only in higher concentrations. In addition, boron has been shown to treat osteoarthritis. Since boron is lacking in the soil due to commercial farming practices, it is important to increase boron consumption for general overall health.
Many believe that Tonkat Ali root extract is able to increase testosterone levels, but clinical studies suggest otherwise. However, Tongkat Ali has been shown to reduce estrogen levels and improve erection quality, making it a beneficial supplement to aging males. Unfortunately, we don’t know how much Tonkat Ali is in this formula or the strength of the extract.
Saw Palmetto extract is used in a wide variety of male enhancement formulas, however it hasn’t been shown to increase testosterone levels and comes with some negative side effects.
Horny Goat Weed
Horny Goat Weed extract is a staple in a wide variety of male enhancement supplements. Since Horny Goat Weed has been used for thousands of years to treat ED, it makes sense to include this in any formula design to treat this problem. In most cases, the recommended dose for treating ED is about 1,200 mg for a 200 lb male. However, the exact amount of Horny Goat Weed Extract isn’t something thatUltrastrenx advertises so whether or not it is functional in this formula is unknown.
Orchic substance is another ingredient in many male enhancement supplements, but it hasn’t been shown to be effective in increasing libido or testosterone in clinical studies.
Nettle extract has the ability to reduce inflammation so it certainly has some promise as a health improving agent. However, it has not been shown to increase testosterone levels in studies, as is often claimed.
How Do I Buy Ultrastrenx?
After typing in some fictitious information, I was redirected to the order page. At that point, I was awarded 5 minutes to purchase this product and informed that they are almost out of stock, while 13 other people are viewing this offer right now. Oh boy, only 2 minutes and 25 seconds remaining, I better get my credit card out now.
Considering that this is apparently a “free trial offer” where I only have to pay $4.95 for shipping and handling, I might as well give it a try. Right?
But wait, in the small print it says that after 14 days, the trial period, I will automatically be enrolled in the membership program for $89.95 plus shipping every single month. Oh no, auto ship!
It goes on to say that I can call 855-724-3778 to cancel at any time so anyone who has bought this product and is trying to get off auto ship should call this number.
Now I am down to only 55 seconds, not enough time to fill in my credit card information so I just won’t bother.
These attempts to sell products must work, because sketchy people still employ them. However, to me and most other people, a product that uses high-pressure marketing isn’t a very good product at all.
As is pretty clear from the above review, you should probably stay away from Ultrastrenx! Even if this product exists, the chances of it being effective for ED or anything else is slim to none. Any of these products that have to lie about how amazing their formula is and use high pressure tactics to get people to submit their credit card information are just pushy snake oil salesmen. Whether or notUltrastrenx even exist isn’t important. The marketing is clearly meant to separate people from their money without offering much of anything in return.
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User Questions and Answers
How much is this product after the test period. Is fourteen days enough time to know if the product will work. You provide enough pills for thirty days but the trial period is only fourteen days. -Linda
SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We have no affiliation with this product. In fact, if you read the review above, you'll see we recommend you do NOT order it, as it's basically a scam. That said, after the 14 day trial period, they will charge you the full price, but I haven't been able to find what that full price is.- Rob
6 out of 7 people found this question helpful.
How often does it takes to see results -Morgan
You should start to see better erections in 2 to 3 weeks.- Rob
6 out of 8 people found this question helpful.
How do I get my boyfriends money back..They changed his card twice when it was supposed to be free -Janet
Call their customer service number at 877-724-3778. It starts as a free trial, but at the end of the trial period, they charge you full price and start sending you a new bottle each month for full price. I don't know if they'll refund what you've already been charged, but you'll want to at least make sure you don't get charged again.- Rob
2 out of 2 people found this question helpful.
How long does it take to grow? -Rodrigue
It doesn't change your size. It's meant to improve performance, but I don't think it's very effective at that either.- Rob
3 out of 5 people found this question helpful.
Is it white pills and doze it make your penis long and hard -Louis
I haven't seen the pills, and if you read the review above, you'll see this is pretty much just a scam.- Rob
3 out of 5 people found this question helpful.