ContentsHow I First Learned About it
Why This is Complete B.S.
What About Viarexin and Viatropin
There’s 2 HUGE problems
What’s The Big Deal
What’s in Viarexin that makes it so great
What they’re REALLY trying to do
“Just one pill and he was so big!”
That’s the line I read when I first learned about an all natural male enhancement supplement called Viarexin.
I have to admit, it’s not the first time I’ve heard that claim. 🙂
As a matter of fact, over the years I’ve heard that claim more times than I can count.
You probably have as well, assuming that you have tested the waters with a variety of male enhancement supplements on your own, and you may have noticed that often times it is little more than big talk.
Viarexin calls itself a “maximum strength testosterone enhancer”, but what does that have to do with male enhancement?
Well, other then promising size gains, it looks like they make a lot of other promises.
Those promises include:
- More intense orgasms
- Better quality erections
- Increased size down there
- Increased stamina
- and much more
But, does it really do all of this? Or is it a scam like so many others?
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How I First Learned About Viarexin
I have to admit, I watch porn. Not a ridiculous amount, but enough to have hundreds of ads burning holes in my eyes every time I go to one of these sites.
Products like Rock Hard pull this kind of hard marketing.
There’s pictures of huge schlongs being jacked off by hot women, stating things like “b$%tches will love your brand new 10 inch d$#k”.
In this particular ad, there’s a giffy of a woman getting slammed from behind with the caption I mentioned earlier in this article.
Like I already mentioned, I’ve seen hundreds of ads like this before, and usually I turn a blind eye to them.
But this one caught my attention, mainly because it said “free sample”.
Who doesn’t like free samples?
So I clicked on the ad and it took me to a page called Emily’s Blog.
The top of the page screamed “Like Viagra on Roids”.
Well, reading on, the post is basically one big bitch-festabout how this chicks husband couldn’t perform in bed, and it was ruining her marriage.
Then they discovered Viarexin.
She “says” she came across an interview with porn star Johnny Sins (featured on Brazzers), and in this interview he talking about how all the porn stars are using Viarexin.
In fact, it’s making them last as much as 2 HOURS in bed.
Of course, in an effort to save her marriage, she decides to give it a whirl and orders a free sample of it.
Long story short, she sneaks her husband a pill (telling him it’s just a vitamin), and within weeks his problem is solved.
He’s got raging boners, his penis size has increased ENORMOUSLY, and they screw for hours on end.
Or is it?
Well, it turns out that this blog (and others like it) are one big pile of BS.
And you’re about to find out why.
Why This is Complete B.S.
First off, “Emily’s Blog” is what’s known in the industry as a FLOG (Fake Blog = FLOG).
How do I know this?
Well the name of the site is not “EmilysBlog.com”, but rather a completely different site called “MensReviewSource.com”.
If you go to the homepage of this site, you’ll see Viarexin prominently featured as the top male enhancer or 2016.
Needless to say, I’ve never heard of Viarexin, and I’ve researched and tested HUNDREDS of male enhancers.
The next hint of BS is the fact that all of the comments at the bottom (the ones that look like Facebook comments), are indeed NOT Facebook comments.
They’re just designed to look like them.
I know this because typically with Facebook comments, when you hover over the name a little blurb will pop up with some basic information on the person leaving the comment.
If you try doing this on “Emily’s Blog”, nothing happens.
Another thing I noticed was that I’ve seen this ad before.
I did a quick search on my site and low and behold, found a completely different supplement called Herbal Virility Max running the EXACT same ad as that of Viarexin.
What About Viarexin and Viatropin?
During my research I noticed a lot of searches for Viarexin along with a supplement called Viatropin (another one I never heard of).
With these two, apparently they were featured in an ESPN article, claiming that none other than Hulk Hogan and Connor McGregor used these two supplements.
In this article, they even go so far as to say that the UFC is considering banning these two pills because:
- The combo has been clinically proven to boost muscle by 150%
- You don’t have to exercise while taking them. You’ll just pack on solid lean muscle while sitting around on your ass eating potato chips all day,
There’s 2 HUGE problems with these statements.
- The only thing that will pack on 150% muscle is steroids, and
- There’s not a substance on Gods green earth that will give you enormous strength gains without working out.
It’s just NOT possible.
This ESPN article, just like Emilys Blog, is a complete FAKE.
It’s designed to give Viarexin and Viatropin some sort of credibility, but nothing could be further from the truth.
Case in point, look at the URL.
Clearly, this is NOT the real ESPN website.
In fact, if you run a search on the REAL ESPN website, there’s absolutely no mention of Viarexin and Viatropin.
So What’s The Big Deal? If It Really Works Who Gives A Damn?
Well, there’s a few problems with this statement.
The first is, if you run a search for Viarexin and Viatropin reviews on Google, you’ll see that they’re actually selling the combo on Amazon.
And the reviews don’t paint a very pretty picture.
In fact, nearly EVERY SINGLE ONEhas rated it one star.
The other issue is, if you search around for reviews on any other site, you’ll likely come up short.
You are going to be much more than hard pressed to go out and find reliable information in the form of verifiable customer reviews that would indicate whether or not it is actually going to work, and that presents a problem to me.
In fact, other then Amazon, there is essentially ZERO information about these two products and whether or not they really work.
The only place you’ll find anything remotely informative is their official website, which we took a look at.
Finally, I’ll be the first to admit, my results were not particularly encouraging.
I finally got a chance to try out Viarexin (after about 12 people have been hounding me for the last 2 months to do so) and as expected, I didn’t notice much.
In fact, I would almost go so far as to say I didn’t notice anything.
Certainly no increase in size, either length or girth.
No “eye-popping” increases in performance or stamina.
And I didn’t feel like I suddenly had a porn star penis. Strangely enough, one thing I did seem to notice was an increase in energy.
I’m not talking like Adderall-like energy, or even 5 hour energy drink type energy.
It was just a smooth, calm, ‘hey I’m wide awake and ready to tackle the day’ type of energy.
Can this be completely attributed to Viarexin?
I don’t know…
But I definitely felt something. One other not-so great thing I noticed was, insomnia.
Especially if I took it later in the day (which I only did a handful of times thankfully).
There were a few nights where I literally had to down a shot or 2 of vodka just to get to sleep.
And even then, I woke up feeling kind of a buzzed-like feeling.
Just straight up weird to be honest. It’s not like they’re pumping caffeine into this stuff…
Or are they?
So what’s in Viarexin that makes it so great according to them?
Well, the official website for Viarexin states that it contains ingredients like Epimedium, Tongkat Ali, Orchic Powder (which is basically ground up cattle testicles), Nettle Extract, Saw Palmetto, Wild Yam extract, and Sarsaparilla.
The vast majority of these ingredients DO have some sort of effect on testosterone function, but the jury is still out on their effectiveness.
One thing is for sure, absolutely NONE of them will grow your penis.
It’s just not possible.
If it was, the makers of Viarexin would be showing before and after pictures of all these dudes walking around with giant d$%ks.
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What they’re REALLY trying to do
The simple fact about Viarexin (and Viatropin for that matter) is that it’s basically a free trial scam.
When you visit their websites, you’re basically promised a free sample of each of their products.
All you have to do is enter in your credit card info and pay for shipping, which is like $4 a bottle.
HOWEVER, what you probably completely missed was the fine print, which they CONVENIENTLY leave out on the order page.
In fact, if you go to their terms and conditions page you won’t even find out how much they will bill you.
And trust me, they WILL bill you.
Typically it’s about 10 – 14 days after you order, and it can range from as little as $75 to $135 for ONE bottle of the stuff.
The fact that they don’t even put the terms on their order page boggles my mind.
This is not only unethical, it’s actually ILLEGAL.
The same goes for when you try to order Viatropin, although on their order page it looks like they try signing you up for something called IHF magazine.
Can you buy it in stores?
At this point in time, it looks like Viarexin is not sold in stores like GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Walmart, Walgreens, and CVS.
I highly doubt that you’ll EVER see them on the shelves there, but I guess stranger things have happened.
Can you buy it overseas?
As of this review, it looks like the only countries you’ll find Viarexin for sale are the US, Canada, the UK, and Wales.
When I went to their order page it didn’t list countries like South Africa, Australia, the UAE, India, or Philippines.
You “might” be able to buy it on Amazon and have it shipped there, but it’s unclear.
Are there any side effects?
As with any supplement, including Viarexin, side effects are possible. For example, one of its primary ingredients (Horny Goat Weed) can cause heart arrhythmia, dizziness, dry-mouth, thirst, and nosebleed.
Another ingredient, Tongkat Ali, can cause a wide range of side effects, including: insomnia, increased body temperature, restlessness, anxiety, and irritability.
Lastly, the ingredient Saw Palmetto has been shown to cause adverse effects like weakness / fainting, chest pain, uneven heart rate, nausea, stomach pain, and black or tarry stool.
Obviously if you’re experiencing any of these Viarexin side effects you should discontinue use and see your doctor immediately.
How do I take it?
The directions on the label state that you should take one full dose (2 capsules) everyday with water to get the best results.
It’s unclear if it should be taken on an empty or full stomach, but my suggestion would be to use the lowest possible dose (1 pill in this case) on a full stomach to assess your tolerance.
How do I cancel my free trial?
You can contact Viarexin customer service (ENUTRA LLC) by phone at 480-378-3182, or email them at email@example.com.
Who makes it?
The makers of Viarexin are a company called eNutra, a company located in Mesa, Arizona.
According to the Better Business Bureau, they’re rated a score of F. This is likely due to the numerous complaints that have been filed against them.
Most of the complaints are due to problems with their product, and I can’t imagine why after doing my research.
In my personal opinion, you should RUN from ordering Viarexin and Viatropin.
Based on the reviews I’ve read, AND the fact that they don’t even disclose how much they’re going to charge you, leads me to believe you could be in for a VERY big surprise when you login to check your credit card statement.
Couple that with the fact that they’re claiming permanent enlargement, I would definitely recommend you stay away from these 2 supplements.
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User Questions and Answers
I claim my bottle. -Kenneth
You can sign up for the trial on their official website. Make sure you understand the terms of the trial before you sign up, so you can avoid unexpected charges.- Rob
16 out of 20 people found this question helpful.
How to cancel -Michael
Contact the company directly and tell them you want to cancel your subscription. Their customer service number is 480-378-3182. Make sure you get a confirmation number or email.- Rob
12 out of 14 people found this question helpful.
Can I use it with high blood pressure? -Kamran
I wouldn't recommend that you use it regardless of blood pressure issues, but because of your medical condition, check with your doctor about possible contraindications.- Rob
10 out of 12 people found this question helpful.
Can i get in Pakistan? -Waleed
It looks like it's only available in the US.- Rob
4 out of 4 people found this question helpful.
Can this be used with cialis -Gary
It should not be a problem.- Rob